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The outage at Facebook appeared to spill over and temporarily slow or block traffic to other major Internet sites.
Profits were boosted by $7.1 million because the company finalized payments for acquisitions made during the previous fiscal year.
The HoloLens system is a pair of glasses that allows users to see 3-D objects over and spatially integrated with reality.
Technology that makes it easy to make something designed by someone else could lead to battles over intellectual property rights.
When considering new audio equipment, best to think long-term investment than short-term savings.
The university’s Innovation Week is designed to highlight Startup Weekend and the Big Ideas competition.
The personal details included age, income, ZIP code, tobacco use and whether a woman is pregnant.
Worldwide, there are more than 25,000 Lego league teams in approximately 80 countries.
Philip Little recently presented Operation Safe Surf, a presentation for parents and children about cyberspace dangers, in Shaler.
School board approves $75,078 contract to provide 660 laptop computers to Mars Area Middle School for three years.
Six gifted juniors from the high school are competing in the Verizon Innovative App Challenge.
Pittsburgh digital advertising firm Industry Weapon says targeted in-person ads are the next frontier of the shopping experience.
President Barack Obama is expected to touch on his renewed call for legislation during his State of the Union address tonight.
AlphaLab’s CEO Rich Lunak said the move will take place sometime in the spring and is designed to bring AlphaLab closer to AlphaLab Gear.
PLUS: Glass future blurry; thanks for the bandwidth, Wall Street; you brought us the TRS-80; FCC vs. GOP; What if you lost your beagle?
FCC rules do not allow state and local governments to test the wireless alert system, but a working group is looking at the issue.
The developer says space in the first 215,000-square-foot, Gold LEED-certified building at Bakery Square 2.0 will be all but filled.
Perman Funeral Home among the first to use Canadian company’s system for preserving genetic record for future generations.
Weighing the costs of buying used electronics: HDTVs and tape decks.
Marketing major at Pitt teamed up with friend at Temple University to start First Class Visual Media.
The updated Chevy Volt could be upstaged by its all-electric brother, on sale in two years, that can get 200 miles a charge.
Three Pittsburgh-based tech companies have been chosen as finalists for the South By Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival's Accelerator
Three years after launch, Pittsburgh-based ShowClix is using data to boost sales potential.
Alerts will now be active by default, rather than requiring users to sign up for notifications, according to Facebook.
News on Windows 10 and net neutrality, the Internet Archive, and Bang & Olufsen’s latest.
The president, in a speech on Monday proposed the first federal standards aimed at protecting Americans from identity theft.
You are more likely to destroy speakers with an amplifier with too little power, not too much.
The Shadyside business says the new version of the popular mobile and desktop app gives teachers various tools to help students.
Astrobotic likes to say it wants to be “FedEx to the moon” and deliver things for people, companies or governments to the lunar surface.
The LUMIX DMC-GM1 camera body is barely bigger than a deck of cards, yet delivers phenomenal still picture and video quality.
RE2 is working with University of Pittsburgh and Veterans Administration to bring robotics to people with disabilities.
The bottom line is, I don’t know how much better the T-2 would sound than the Onkyo in this case.