A Pew Research study indicates the youngest and oldest users are increasing their use of dating apps and services, even in Pittsburgh.
The Washington County-based firm will be replacing Mike McAndrew with Mr. Sykes, who has been working as a consultant since 2014.
The program sought to offer free access to a limited version of the social network and other Internet services.
The site creates a feed of news stories shared by your friends on Twitter, Facebook and other social media.
The release of declassified UFO reports concides with reboot of “The X-Files”; Smithsonian Earth delivers an HD viewing experience.
The Software Engineering Institute helps businesses, academia and law enforcement prepare for attacks from within an organization.
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Without an agreement, companies that regularly move data could find themselves in murky legal waters.
UPMC Enterprises, has funded three companies since July, marking the ambitious start of an initiative to create a new Pittsburgh economy.
Free digital access to magazines through your local library.
YouTube’s Miranda Sings is headed to Netflix. Apps can help keep those New Year’s resolutions.
Streaming services via over-the-top devices are picking up steam. They give users control over content, but prices can add up.
One of the companies to be acquired, Anadigics, had offers from more than one potential buyer. II-VI made the winning bid.
Reports of malfunctions began to appear in the U.S. as well, but it was unclear how widespread the outages were.
Facebook’s Oculus VR Inc. will open a 20,000-square-foot office this spring in Pittsburgh, joining Apple and Google.
A House committee plans to address making ride-sharing companies permanent and regulated is inching closer to passage.
2015 Sound Advice Product of the Year isn't a technological breakthrough but solves a big problem for a lot of readers and make them happy.
One study puts the economic impact of drones at $227.4 million by 2020 in Pennsylvania alone.
Pittsburgh-based PNC Bank will soon offer a “virtual” ATM card service that allows cardless transactions at automated teller machines.
FlockU is a website written by the college student, for the college student.
The 2016 edition of the gargantuan Consumer Electronics Show wrapped up over the weekend in Las Vegas.
It raises an intriguing question: Can the Amish and online co-exist?
Explore Google Cultural Institute and Open Culture for a digital treasure hunt.
Socialize Right teaches high school students how to navigate the rough seas of social media.
An Uptown startup company is preparing to connect businesses with freelance Web specialists.
From Uber in Downtown, Lyft in Dormont, to Yellow Cab’s zTrip in the Strip District, ride-sharing set the stage for New Year’s Eve.
The Pittsburgh regional economy, historically fed by the three rivers, is now growing to meet environmental challenges in water.
Congress has its bag of tricks and it used one of its old favorites to pass the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA).
American College of Sports Medicine says fitness trackers, smart watches, heart rate monitors and GPS tracking devices are trending high.
Making the lowly electrical outlet a whole lot smarter means energy savings at a Bloomfield startup company.
Robert Bosch LLC says it will open a nearly 52,000-square-foot technology center in the complex.
How Pizza Rat became the viral video star of the year; a McKeesport online station streams holiday music.
Suitable is aiming to better match students to jobs, but the year-old company may wind up reducing school debt for college graduates.
Tony Stillman, technical director with a model aviation group, said the requirement creates more bureaucracy without solving any problems.
Nearly a year removed from a boardroom struggle and bankruptcy, Pittsburgh company and its vision-guided vehicles are back on track.
When the Internet was born, no one expected it to spawn a new golden age of television-length shows, but it is.
OontZ speakers have long been the best reviewed Bluetooth speakers on Amazon, and the new $29 OontZ Angle 3 continues the tradition.
Try a Vivitar action camera, DeLorme’s global communication device, a LifeStraw Personal Water Filter or a Venture Outdoors membership.
Could one of Apple’s new products replace your laptop?
CD Projekt Red comes away a big winner at the second annual Game Awards, showcasing video games’ rise as an entertainment medium.
Online comedy channel Seeso launches in January. YouTube and SiriusXM spotlight rising country music talents.
Customers of JP Morgan Chase, the country's biggest bank, reported similar problems.
Lorrie Faith Cranor, professor of computer science, engineering and public policy, directs the CyLab Usable Privacy and Security lab.
Techman wrestles with his non-cooperative printer; Amazon shows off its delivery drones.
Smartphone users can use the app to record a video and send it to the American Civil Liberties Union.
Spending $500 does not get you the best, but it’s close.
Mobile devices could account for more than 40 percent of transactions this holiday season.
My Fun Maven, a website created by Karen Stilley of Hempfield, is attracting about 2,500 visitors looking for activities for children.
Investors are becoming more interested in how companies disclose cybersecurity risks, breaches.
Looking for good quality closed-back headphones at a reasonable price? Try the $66 Modern Portable Super 66.