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With laws and opinions surrounding use of drones in a state of flux, questions abound for the nation‘s businesses and residents.
A lot of high-end audio is scams and silliness, and you need to look at the whole picture and respond accordingly.
The robot, manufactured by Xenex, is being tested to see if its use can reduce the number of hospital-acquired infections.
Are its advantages enough to make the PadFone popular? If so, we may see more shared docking devices.
The best moment to make the plunge into a new technology might be after consumers see signs it‘s actually going to last.
The ZVOX SoundBase 320 has everything going for it. It is easy to set up, use, is very affordable and sounds fantastic.
The federal panel that earlier scorned domestic phone data collections reached a different finding on other surveillance.
Samsung is grabbing market share with a combination of technological innovation and stylish design.
Yo and Hodor, the Internet forgets and 40 years of scanning.
Researchers at Britain's University of York and the University of Glasgow have created a new password system.
When building a record playing system, proper matching is the key.
The six developers from Carnegie Mellon University got to introduce their first video game, “Entwined,” in front of thousands at E3.
The East Liberty based company that converts energy from footsteps to electricity, took home a $100,000 prize.
At under $40 selling price, the Mediasonic HomeWorx HW-150PVR is an extremely compelling alternative to the Channel Master DVR+.
By next summer, most new smartphones may no longer be quite so attractive to thieves.
Using Facebook to track a Pittsburgh man to his favorite restaurant could put a debt collection agency in hot water.
Pittsburgh detectives are resorting to old-school methods as Internet users become increasingly aware of the cybersecurity.
In the middle of the night, when most Americans are sound asleep, a power hog is wide awake and running at nearly full throttle.
Of activity trackers, turn-on ads and legislative stupidity.
International cyber indictments stem from Pittsburgh’s unique confluence of FBI talent, CMU and forensic training alliance.
There are lots of options, from soundbars to complete theater systems to adapting a pair of powered computer speakers to your TV.
The swelling number of companies seeking defenses against cyberattacks has helped Strip District-based Wombat Security Technologies thrive.