What could be fertile new ground for computer criminals may be as close as your driveway.
The device-maker, seeking a reversal of fortunes as it struggles to compete with smartphones that are perceived as far ‘cooler.’
You may think you’re good at monitoring your teen’s texting activities, but there are new apps and texting lingo designed to keep parents in the dark.
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Winners of the Greater Philadelphia Automotive Technology Competition stopped by Talk Philly.
If you’ve ever dreamed of how cool it would be to work at Google, now’s your chance. The company added 3,000 people to its workforce last year, and it’s still hiring.
Talks continue over a new way to surf the web, with new options coming alongside dot-com, dot-org, and the like.
3 On Your Side wants you to know about a Facebook problem that is affecting its members across the country.
A new game lets internet browsers race against the clock to name the neighborhoods of their city is gaining attention.
President Obama has been encouraging high school students to major in engineering, science, or math. Now, a group of minority tech professionals has decided to take that one step further by giving weekend lessons to the next generation.
Several police departments in Bucks County now have a new high-tech tool to help in the fight against crime.
Have you ever left home and forgotten to close your garage door, or — even worse — came home to an overflowing toilet? In this week’s Angie’s list report, Jim Donovan shows you how you can save yourself those worries with a home automation system.
If you’re having a game-day party, how much attention have you given to the TV set that you’ll be watching it on? 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that you may want to give your current TV a pre-game tune-up.
A city worker has taken the police department’s serious crime database and turned it into an interactive website.
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