While child injuries had been declining since the 1970’s, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention noted a 12% rise in non-fatal injuries of kids under five since 2007. Could technology be to blame?
Apple has sent out invitations to another product unveiling next Tuesday.
It’s the PC’s answer to Apple’s Macbook Air, the ultrabook, designed to be lighter and thinner than traditional laptops. But sales have been slim as well.
Technology that allows musicians hundreds of miles apart to perform together in real-time was dramatically demonstrated in Philadelphia, where a violinist and cellist hundreds of miles apart played together as if they were on the same stage.
It’s the way we get into our phones, email, social networks, and just about everything else on the web, but there are big problems with passwords and even innovations aren’t immune from being compromised.
Facebook is once again revolutionizing the way we communicate with social media. It’s unveiled a new feature that will let you send real, tangible gifts to your friends.
Philadelphia-based Alteva has moved into new digs in the heart of Independence Mall to show off the latest ways to communicate with co-workers:
For those looking to upgrade to the new iPhone 5, the question will be what to do with their old phone. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at your options to make some money.
It’s the day that iPhone users have been waiting for.
Proponents of mass technology hope that the lecture method in high education is fading – that professors will use technology to deliver basic concepts online before class, leaving more classroom time for face-to-face discussion.
Whether it’s easy tech tools, a poor job market or the $100 billion offering for Facebook, ideas are being hatched at campuses nationwide.
Philadelphia did not make the list in a new poll ranking the top ten US technology cities and it appears many residents aren’t surprised.
Many leaders, including Bill Gates, have warned that America is at risk of losing high-tech dominance if we don’t do a better job of teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, sometimes called STEM.
Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania have teamed up with their counterparts all over the world, working to develop human organs from the stem cells of the patient.
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.