From balloons and blooms to love you can taste, at Penny’s Flowers in Glenside, Pennsylvania, preparing for Valentine’s Day can be a bit hectic.
From amber alerts on Facebook to a newspaper created exclusively for the iPad, Digital Journalist Nicole Brewer brings you today’s Tech Wrap!
From the end of an iPhone era to rumors of Facebook shutting down, here’s your tech wrap for January 10, 2011!
He may work on Packer Street and share a name with a legendary Green Bay Packers coach, but Vince Lombardi of Philadelphia is all about the Eagles.
Electronic cards can be fun and efficient, but when it comes to seasons greetings, some say they prefer to stamp and seal than simply click and send.
A red nose worked for Rudolph. And this season, red lips can work for you!
Call it a Facebook facelift. In an interview with CBS’ 60 Minutes, founder Mark Zuckerberg announced the new layout would appear less like an extended scrapbook and more like a mini-biography.
By Nicole Brewer: Well, it’s one way to clear airport security … don’t wear any clothes! A former Playboy bunny stripped down to her underwear and panties to avoid a pat down by airport security.
By Nicole Brewer: Has NASA discovered extra-terrestrial life? That’s question after the U.S. space agency announced plans to hold a news conference (at 2 p.m. EST) with scientists who study unusual life forms.
There’s a free iPhone app that could make its 400 stores easier to find.
By Nicole Brewer: They’ve made a name for themselves through their good looks and lavish lifestyle. Now, Kim and her sisters Khloe and Courtney Kardashian want to help you ‘keep up’ with your child’s spending.
By Nicole Brewer: When I first met my husband, I “knew” he was a man I could marry. Still, it took eight years before I was ready to walk down the aisle.
By Nicole Brewer: We spend an average of forty hours per week with our co-workers. But, if your 9-5 seems more like an eternity, here are the most common reasons why …