Pennsylvania among expansion markets for a two-day delivery service connecting shoppers with stores like Whole Foods, Costco and PetSmart.
The joint venture will create Onduo, a company that will use new medical devices to help people with diabetes better care for the disease.
Social network site Twitter is talking with Salesforce.com, Google and others over a possible takeover of the company, sources said.
The break-in, which the company said was “state-sponsored,” has compromised the personal information in 500 million accounts.
Regulators want protections for car occupants and systems for tracking what companies learn as they cross this new frontier.
After the media blitz, a select group of everyday Uber users experience the new rides — some ending with a selfie.
Up to 20,000 people from 30 states, Canada and the United Kingdom are expected to attend the festival.
Groups oppose the move, arguing that it would give foreign countries more power to censor the internet.
In a partnership to boost electric vehicles sales, seven regional Dunkin Donuts locations will offer a quick charge with donuts and coffee.
The goal is “to help facilitate the responsible introduction of automated vehicles to make transportation safer, cleaner...”
Nine states reportedly have asked for “cyber hygiene” scans in which the Department of Homeland Security looks for vulnerabilities.
Ranking two models of the Uniden radar detector.
The Pittsburgh Foundation has a new tech firm and backups in place after the event was shut down in May when the system malfunctioned.
Officials said they are contemplating the possibility of millions of unmanned aircraft crowding the skies in the not-too-distant future.
A spate of fires led to injuries and property damage and created a global marketing headache.
New rules, which were to be unveiled by European Union officials Wednesday, are likely to put new pressure on American tech companies.
The ride-share giant is building a workforce of vehicle operators to reach the millions of miles necessary to demonstrate its technology.
The Moon-based company said the facility, which is right across I-79 from a UPS distribution hub, will address demand north of Pittsburgh.
As part of its rollout of self-driving vehicles for its ride-sharing operation, Uber invited the media to take rides in its Ford Fusions.
The company will email its most frequent users to tell them they could receive a ride in a self-driving vehicle.
Samsung lost $22 billion in market value over two days as regulators, airlines and the company itself warned against the use of the devices.
A newly unsealed affadavit from the state’s 2014 case against Lyft showed the company provided more rides as regulators clamped down.
A site in Sunnyvale, Calif., has been the subject of speculation since a shell company formed by Apple leased the property in 2015.
Jacob Kring turned the experience of getting a $600 heating bill when he was a student into a company that now has three employees.
Customers have been slow to warm to the 3-D printer’s technology. But the company’s results and GE’s plans may signal that’s changing.
Campaigns use digital devices and plain, old-fashioned footwork to find the voters they want to reach.
Western Oncolytics Ltd. is the third Pitt biotech outfit in recent years to quickly spark investor interest.
Apple's latest iPhone will be more notable for what's missing from previous models than what's being added.
Earlier this year, Falcon Genomics Inc. had sought to raise $5 million to $10 million to expand genetic testing in prescription medications.
Trim is an alert, of sorts, to financial sloppiness — the online service finds and cancels unwanted subscriptions on clients’ credit cards.
Scammers are always trying new tricks, so beware.
The controversy springs from confusion over YouTube’s long-standing policy of disabling ads on videos that could draw advertiser complaints.
A CMU study finds that personalized Facebook comments from close friends can lead to improvements in well being, but that “likes” do not.
More options like Zing-Basket are arriving for customers who want to bypass the grocery store checkout line.
The asphalt is down, and it looks like the test roadways for self-driving cars planned by Uber in Hazelwood are about ready to go.
Samsung’s Note 7s are being pulled from shelves in 10 countries, including South Korea and the United States.
In a ruling today, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission declined to alter an unprecedented $11.4 million on the ride-sharing giant.
In the year since the plastics and chemicals producer was spun out of Bayer, it is trying to make an imprint among employees and community.
Pitt and Carnegie Mellon are collaborating with the White House on an October “Frontiers Conference” exploring innovation.
The EU Competition Commission said “Ireland must now recover the unpaid taxes in Ireland from Apple for the years 2003 to 2014.”
Technology industry veteran and board member Ajei Gopal will become chief executive of the Canonsburg company in January.
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.
‘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.