Rules force Internet providers to protect the data they have on you; now the FCC wants to put those on hold
Following petitions from numerous industry groups, the FCC is now attempting to put the data security rules on ice.
Nielsen Holdings is acquiring Rhiza Inc, a company that provides media and consumer analytics software.
Google is accusing a former engineer of stealing technology that is propelling Uber's effort to assemble a fleet of automated vehicles
Argo AI, the artificial intelligence start-up Ford endorsed earlier this month, will make its headquarters in the Strip District.
Verizon will begin pilot testing 5G "pre-commercial services" in such cities as Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Miami, and Seattle.
Yahoo takes $350 million cut in Verizon buyout offer following security lapses.
In a refreshing change, Google says that in 2018, it will end nonskippable 30-second ads that appear before a YouTube video.
Last month, the Federal Trade Commission released a report showing a nearly 50 percent jump in identity theft complaints in 2015.
Profits at the Wilmerding-based maker of products for rail markets dropped to $305 million in 2016, down by 21 percent from 2015.
More than half of Generation Z — those born in the mid-1990s and later — prefer shopping in stores than online or through retail apps.
Uber’s chief executive ordered an urgent investigation Monday into a sexual harassment claim made by a female engineer.
You can spend several thousand dollars per meter on speaker wire, but it has been proven repeatedly that it does not improve sound quality.
Ford’s $1 billion investment in autonomous technology in Pittsburgh escalates the war for a new class of engineers in Pittsburgh.
Noah Zunic of Allison Park tries out the Ford Sim2, which simulates the experience of driving a race car.
The 5,800-word letter he posted publicly comes close to a political statement by a chief executive of a global company.
Ten finalists have advanced in the UpPrize competition which awards money to organizations that find solutions to assist the region’s needy.
The embattled web service says a “forged cookie” may be creating the potential for malicious activity on user accounts.
The two are close to renegotiating the original $4.8 billion agreement to include a $250 million discount.
People who are sick of robocalls have options for fighting back.
Anyone who walks into the former Allegheny Center Mall now has access to some of the nation’s fastest public Wi-Fi.
As it tests the program, Giant Eagle is specifically targeting shoppers who already use the grocer’s Curbside Express pickup service.
Ford’s announced $1 billion investment in Argo AI for technology development is latest in a series of major developments
Apple chief executive Tim Cook says fake news is "killing minds," and governments and tech firms must act to stop it.
Think of it as the trip of a lifetime — or the perfect sendoff for that relative from whom you could never get far enough away.
Argo AI, an artificial intelligence venture started by former Uber and Google leader, will help Ford produce a fully autonomous car by 2021.
Belgian authorities say that a youth in Pittsburgh tried to hack into the Brussels airport computer system and disable it.
The company continues to face intense competition from Snap Inc.'s Snapchat and Facebook's Instagram.
The new facility reportedly will build a new generation of chips with ultra-small circuitry and employ 3,000 additional people at its peak.
Some 40 percent of adults say they’ve shared a password to an online account, while 25 percent admit using easy-to-crack passwords to help
The number of thyroid cancer cases is rising rapidly, due in large part to increased use of medical scans.
Snap Inc., owner of the popular messaging service Snapchat, seeks to raise up to $3 billion in an initial public offering.
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An annual census found jobs in Pennsylvania’s solar industry jumped by 23 percent, but the commonwealth still faces barriers to development.
U.S. District Judge Arthur Schwab imposed the three-year term on Morgan Culbertson of Churchill and ordered 300 hours of community service.
The brief included Facebook, Twitter, Intel, eBay, Netflix and Uber, as well as non-tech companies such as Levi Strauss and Chobani.
WASHINGTON — Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has quit President Donald Trump’s council of business leaders, according to an internal memo obtained
Edward H. Deets III, a former U.S. Navy cryptologist and rear admiral, selected as director of its CERT Cybersecurity Division.
An official had said the order would put the Office of Management and Budget in charge of cybersecurity efforts within the executive branch.
Uber should grant Pittsburgh officials ready access to data collected by its self-driving cars, city Controller Michael Lamb said.
The tournament at Pittsburgh’s Rivers Casino also drew huge interest from around the world from poker and artificial intelligence fans.
Bezos wrote in an internal email to Amazon employees Monday that company lawyers have prepared a "declaration of support" for the suit.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto expressed disappointment over Uber CEO Travis Kalanick’s role on an advisory council under President Trump.
The tech industry’s culture is known for seeking talent globally and many firms have been launched by immigrants.
Nearly a dozen companies around the globe hope to develop an aircraft that will allow commuters to glide above crowded roadways.
U.S. immigration restrictions introduced over the weekend are bringing the technology industry together in unified anger as never before.
Google has created a crisis fund that could raise up to $4 million for four immigrant rights organizations.
The city’s growth as a hub for technology and innovation boosts Society of Women Engineers’ bid to host conference here next month.