In examining your right to make a 3d copy of something, ask yourself, ‘am I using this printer to get something that I would otherwise have to pay for?’
First-of-its-kind kind technology arrives in Philadelphia to help paralyzed patients walk again.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show this weekend offers art objects in combinations of material that are at times startling and often stunning.
You have enough to do in your real life that organizing your digital life, from email and social media, to photos and passwords, can seem overwhelming. A new book has some advice to help you get back on track.
Can you sue the computer repair service for accessing your information?
Higher education may be at a turning point, joining the ed-tech revolution by creating in-house technology incubators.
The Market at DelVal in Doylestown opened their maze to public this past weekend.
As part of its recruiting efforts, the Air Force is announcing a new a digital program, Air Force Collaboratory, challenging young people to develop technological solutions.
When speakers aren’t an option, good enough is better than not at all.
Power outages lasted weeks for some people in the wake of Superstorm Sandy and it’s a frightening thought that someone might be able to do that on purpose.
The nominations are in for more than a dozen categories in the third annual Philadelphia Geek Awards.
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us about new, inexpensive and even free gadgets and apps to help keep your home safe from thieves.
Despite the desire to get away from it all, most of us will still want to stay connected, so here is some advice on how to keep your mobile devices and connections from getting hacked while on vacation.
Known as the Apple 1, it was one of the first Apple computers ever built.
The app, which costs 99-cents and is available for Android and iOS devices, works by recording short snippets of sound while you’re asleep.