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The lists rating which school will boost the students’ earning capacity the most aren’t always accurate measures of a college’s full impact.
Ellen Pao accused Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers of treating her “oppressively” because she was a woman and firing her when she
Global Venturing is a new initiative by the University of Pittsburgh to stress the importance of innovation as economic drivers.
The collaboration brings NoWait to 113 new restaurants in 11 states.
TechMan has been a little cranky lately.
Venture for America program brings nation’s top graduates to Pittsburgh startups
Charlie Batch is shoring up an arrangement with Pitt’s Innovation Institute for his emerging sports medicine technology startup, Impellia.
Only 2 percent of the market a decade ago, now nearly everyone has one.
Be careful when you say “cost no object” when shopping for high-end audio gear.
The club will encourage females to take classes in science, technology, engineering and math.
New companies draw $437 million in start-up funding.
Two lawsuits in California threaten the core of the independent contractor business model used by Lyft and Uber.
Computers can be irritating, chapter two.
Mark Schuster’s young firm has found hidden revenue for 10 municipalities, and hopes to do the same for more.
When it comes to cleaning digital clutter, Mt. Lebanon-based certified professional organizer Jill Yesko has some tips.
The jHub Elite can charge two devices at once, and faster than standard wall chargers.
Global retailers and other merchants failed tests to determine whether they are in compliance with payment card data security standards,
Blackboard says it doesn’t expect to change the Schoolwires location in State College
Hans J. Sack joined the North Huntingdon 3-D printer’s board of directors in December as part of a management reorganization.
The report cites top-secret documents that suggest U.S. government researchers had created a version of XCode.
Small business cyberattacks likely are not linked to ISIS, say Pittsburgh experts.
The home computer may be man’s most irritating invention. I have only one technical question: Why does mine hate me?
Apple rolled out its first new product in five years in a bid to extend its preeminence in mobile devices.
The White House has floated a draft Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights to provide “baseline protections for individual privacy.”
East Liberty-based art rental app Easely teams up with Swedish furniture icon Ikea to get low-priced prints to public.
Acxiom has thousands of pieces of information on nearly every U.S. consumer. Sometimes the profiles created don’t get it right, though.
FTC Commissioner Julie Brill, top U.S. voice on privacy, “disappointed” with White House draft, supports Senate bill.
Modern-day marvels that allow you to change the thermostat, dim the lights and unlock the door when you aren’t home come with risks.
Your personal information is powerful and profitable. And that's why scammers are continually devising new ways to steal that data.
Column about the Mass Fidelity Core, the small single-piece Bluetooth speaker that sounds like a pair of speakers placed 8 feet apart.
In booking flights, online services are not generating as many customers, but they are still good places to check for last-minute trips.
The race to build a self-driving car may revolve around one simple question: to map or not to map?
At Fast Pitch, nonprofits will go after a share of $25,000 in funding grants and hope to raise cash through a new crowdfunding option.
The Federal Communications Commission voted last week to preempt state laws regarding broadband competition.
The South Korean phone manufacturer also unveiled a model with a display that curves so that information can be glanced at on the side.
What is the least amount I can spend to enjoy records, without buying junk?
University of Pittsburgh and West Penn Hospital doctors gave color commentary on why people are seeing different colors in an online photo.
The Girl Scouts rolled out Digital Cookie to sell the treats, although many girls still use the tried-and-true door-to-door approach.
Visa’s optional new feature, which will be integrated into mobile banking apps, will be ready in mid-April.
The Federal Communications Commission, in a 3-2 vote, will regulate broadband Internet under public utility laws, favoring “net neutrality.