Defense attorneys, whose client faces a conviction, want to analyze how a program’s findings placed their client at the scene of a homicide.
SteelBridge Laboratories will move into new digs in the Strip District, a harbinger of an industry that one expert says is getting traction.
Sorting through portable power banks chargers to get power on the go.
The focus on customer service means that when Amazon receives a complaint the shopper — not the merchant — gets the benefit of the doubt.
Taxis operated by nuTonomy beat ride-hailing service Uber, which plans to offer rides in autonomous cars in Pittsburgh, by a few weeks.
‘Pokemon GO’ is on the wane as some are bored with it and some distracted players have been injured, or killed and injured others.
Hoping to score affordable seats to a concert, play or sporting event? Good luck. Unscrupulous brokers are sending prices through the roof.
A Singapore company is expected to roll out self-driving taxis to pick up passengers beginning today.
The move will allow all machines to read EMV or chip cards and meet a deadline to avoid fraud liability with card issuers.
The supermarket chain and others are giving $25 million to the Findlay firm, which will use some of it to develop new driverless vehicles.
It’s time to start canceling subscriptions. And there is the rub. Obviously sites don’t put a big, red “cancel” button on the home page.
Plaintiffs attorneys and consumer-safety groups are worried about confusion that could arise from the lack of federal standards.
The two economists say domestic steelmakers are manufacturing marvels, but their future is threatened by China’s mill-building binge.
According to the indictment, four people used the hospital employees’ information to collect phony tax refunds as Amazon.com credits.
The acquisition of Affinity Sports expands Dick’s business of providing software to sports teams.
James L. McCarley takes over after the North Huntingdon 3-D printing company reported record quarterly revenue.
Uber will use self-driving Volvo XC90 SUVs that have a technician manning the driver’s seat to react to unexpected situations.
Cheap cost of living, proximity to research universities and tax incentives are listed as factors that put this city over larger markets.
Video game developer credits his early jobs in factories with — nothing.
Even with cable or satellite, a small TV antenna is worthwhile because it can bring in some additional programming — for free.
Pittsburgh has more than 10 such co-working sites, and workers have lots of good things to say about them.
The start-up, Biorealize, plans to help more people solve problems using biology.
Yelp will be making an $8 million strategic investment in Nowait as part of the agreement, according to the company.
Pennsylvania may have new rules on red lights, but it doesn’t give drivers a pass to ignore them.
Software is available to help a collector manage a bookmark collection.
Earlier this year, MLB Advanced Media signed a six-year deal with the National Hockey League.
The two best ways to improve the sound of your system is by either improving the source.
A team from ForAllSecure, a startup that’s a spinoff from CMU, won a $2 million prize from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
The Independent Drivers Guild, a New York association, is petitioning Uber drivers to speak in favor of participating in the guild.
Students of the YMCA’s Creator Space program are spending three days at DDI to build tech projects and polish skills such as team work.
Some companies have launched their own hybrid versions of robo investing that bridges the gap between a human connection and tech platform.
Uber’s expansion comes as state legislators consider whether to grant ride-sharing services permanent authority to operate.
Velocity has acquired interest in two companies: SkinJect, a novel way to treat skin cancer, and InClinica, a contract research
Verizon agreed to buy GPS vehicle-tracking company Fleetmatics, vaulting the telephone giant deeper into the automotive-technology market.
The Meadows has spent $2.8 million to upgrade its surveillance system, converting more than 300 of its 1,200 cameras to high definition.
Need an indoor radio antenna? Believe it or not, an ordinary set of rabbit ears might be your best bet.
Athletes have been flocking to LinkedIn, where they create profiles highlighting their skills and experience for prospective employers.
In 2014, the fitness and training app category grew faster than any other. Today it's still among the fastest growing app categories.
If you haven’t taken advantage of the free upgrade to Windows 10, you’d better get down with it. Microsoft says the deal will expire Friday.
Virtual doctor visits enable patients experiencing non-urgent health issues to consult a physician via video chat.
Pittsburgh travelers could be able to order room service without saying a word, and ditch hotel check-in lines simply by sending a text.
Ken Love’s film about the pressroom at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette premieres on Rembrandt TV and no special glasses are necessary.
The university announced a collaboration of industry, academia and government as part of its year-old NextManufacturing Center.
The Regional Industrial Development Corp. isn’t wasting any time in embracing its new role at the former LTV Coke Works in Hazelwood.
Pitt’s Innovation Institute reported the creation of 13 startups for the year, up from two created during the same period five years ago.
A North Point Breeze startup uses its technology to connect American engineering and heavy manufacturing companies with customers abroad.
Customer convenience and better security are fueling the move away from passwords to fingerprints to access bank accounts.
The benefits from 5G technology are expected to roll out over the next four years but could be more useful to business than consumers.
CEO Elon Musk wrote on Twitter that the vehicle's records showed it wasn't in the self-driving mode.
Entrepreneurs fill the financial gap between store openings by becoming Uber drivers.