Twitter changes include eased character count restrictions and simpler ways to add media to tweets.
By sponsoring a greater number of smaller events, larger brands can reach the same audience without competing to sponsor a mega-event.
Tamiah Bridgett, a licensed cosmetologist from Wilkinsburg, is working on a hair dryer designed for those with curly or textured hair.
“The more I work in the field of death, the more I think about my purpose, my human purpose,” said Arush Kalra of Peca Labs.
Darieth Chisolm swapped “old media” network television for “new media” in all its forms, including hosting a podcast, Hustle and Heart TV.
North Shore-based Confluence helps clients and regulators collect and make sense of investment data.
Simple solutions to solve the problem my be your best bet.
GNC wants to shake the “historical stereotyping” image of an intimidating storefront tailored for body builders.
Sporting goods stores are closing all around the country.
The website Inc.com recently included Mr. Laboon as one of the U.S.’s “25 Marketing Influencers Who Will Help You Dominate 2016.”
The study found the population using ride-sharing, home-sharing and crowd-funding platforms is young, wealthier and more educated.
Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg visited the Energy Innovation Center in Hill District between stops in round-the-world journey.
The new Internet domain exclusively for the banking industry was designed to block impostor sites.
Leading the consumer field is Amazon’s Echo and its “intelligent assistant” Alexa.
Fischione is undergoing an expansion at its plant in Export that will double its size, thanks to a shift in company strategy.
Privacy and security are major concerns, a Commerce Department survey found.
The idea for the Thrival Innovation + Music Festival is whether Pittsburgh can create a brand that is distinctive in the national landscape.
One unintended consequence of the rise in online shopping — more postal workers getting dog bites.
Retailers were prepping to lay off 37,000 workers this year, due to the shuttering of brick-and-mortar stores. Online shopping is the cause.
The payment to Suzanne Roberts, 94, was part of an effort to unwind a form of life insurance once common as a component of executive pay.
Matthew Kennedy’s startup, Skick’d, attempts to make redeeming rewards easier for consumers — a $25 billion question for banks.
Carnegie Mellon University researchers have found a way to expand the capabilities of crowdsourcing digital tasks on the Internet.
Human Engineering Research Laboratories develop weight tracking technology, licensed by a Virginia startup.
The North Huntingdon 3-D printing company’s CEO says he’s cautiously optimistic about the rest of the year.
The kiosk promoting the company’s electric cars opened in June 2015.
From brain implants to industrial uses, Pitt pair ready to market new anti-stick coatings additive.
Whether you have a soundbar or not for your home theater, you can raise the volume of the voices in relation to the soundtrack.
A phone app introduced last month by TwinSpires.com allows bettors to wager on horse races without leaving the comfort of their easy chair.
The men were in a group indicted in the Western District of Pennsylvania for using the botnet called “Bugat” to steal banking credentials.
Rorus Inc. in Point Breeze is looking to India to sell its proprietary, point-of-use water filters. The start-up has raised about $300,000.
Kimbia Inc. says hardware issue caused delays in processing donations during nationwide online giving events, including one in Pittsburgh.
The university has nearly doubled funding meant to help move faculty and student research ideas into the commercial marketplace.
The Moon environmental products and services company’s first quarter results fell short of analyst estimates.
New York developer Faros converts space inside the former Allegheny Center Mall on North Side into new high-tech collaborative work space.
The Allegheny Conference on Community Development is planning to meet with employers and educators to find solutions in “war” for workers.
Ronita Nandy left management jobs at big companies to nurture young women in engineering and to encourage them to stay in the profession.
Gov. Tom Wolf joined Mayor Bill Peduto and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald in criticizing a $11.3 million fine issued last month.
Eras change the fundamentals of our lives. I don’t think anyone would disagree that we are in the digital era.
Given the dangers and expense with overseeing the power grid, utilities are increasingly using drones to survey and inspect infrastructure.
The company created RC21X, a Web-based test that measures brain function over time, a useful tool for athletes who have had head injuries.
There are several ways to get more headphone volume with your tablet and the first way is to change up your headphones.
You can now buy stuff on Facebook using messaging bots. What’s less clear is whether you'll want to.
End customers whose industries depend on commodity prices are contributing to a small decrease in sales at the Station Square distributor.
Banking electronically is not for everyone, shareholder tells PNC Bank CEO William Demchak at the bank’s annual meeting Tuesday.
Third quarter revenue beats analysts’ expectations at II-VI Inc. by 6.4 percent, but earnings per share fall short of estimates.
The Pittsburgh specialty metals producer blames the deficit on labor troubles, ongoing woes at its flat rolled products unit.
This spring, seven companies are beautifying landscapes around Pittsburgh with a seal of approval from Phipps Conservatory.
The new ZVOX sound bars are a leap forward in sound quality alone.
The U.S. government said it no longer needs Apple’s help to get into an iPhone used by a drug dealer in New York after obtaining a passcode.
Plans are underway to honor Homestead native Bill Campbell, the former Intuit chairman and adviser to Steve Jobs.