It’s tough to wrap your brain around something so miniscule it’s a thousand times smaller than a human hair. But when it comes to these nanoparticles, visualizing and measuring them can be a matter of life and death. That’s where a company based at the University City Science Center comes in.
Google is getting into the wireless game — announcing cell phone service it hopes will entice AT&T and Verizon Wireless customers to jump ship.
Apple Watch has been on the wrists of reviewers for a couple weeks now. So, is the device that starts at $350 and reaches $17,000 a winner?
KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports baseball fans are invited to geek out on Saturday in Center City.
KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports it’s the latest planned offering for cable cord-cutters.
Apple’s new device makes calls, checks email, and lets you use apps. Sounds like an iPhone — but this touch screen is strapped to your wrist. KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports it comes out late next month.
Just like your smartphone alerts you when a software upgrade is available, the city is putting out the word that Philly 311 has gotten an overhaul. Officials say customers are getting a smarter, more social service.
One Of The Country’s Largest And Best-Known Student Hackathons Takes Place This Weekend In Philadelphia
One of the country’s best-known hackathons is underway and more than 1,000 of the best student programmers from around the world have gathered on UPenn’s campus to learn and create.
A new feature on a popular mobile security app takes a novel approach in the fight against smartphone theft.
The FCC next month will consider a new proposal that opens up an express lane for web companies that pay more.
Google Glass has been off-limits to everyone but contest winners, app developers, and others hand-picked by the company.
The biggest cell phone show in the world is going on this week in Barcelona. Apple isn’t there, but nearly every other mobile maker is.
It’s technology that could keep you safer behind the wheel, and now the government is proposing to require automakers to include it in new cars and light trucks.
The latest revelations from NSA leaker Edward Snowden show that government spies have an eye on smartphone and tablet apps.
KYW tech editor Ian Bush reports some will be out soon, while others exist — for now — only in the mind of marketers.