Marking an end to an era, 60 new silver Toyota Scions with the zTrip logo drove off the lot Tuesday as part of the new 125-car fleet.
Incompetent scammers, Apple e-book refunds and more.
Even for those who exercise every day, prolonged sitting has been associated with heart disease, low metabolism and “dormant butt syndrome.
The Flex Robotic System is now the centerpiece of a $130 million privately-held Medrobotics based in Massachusetts.
There are options out there when it comes to replacing a bit of turntable history.
Consumer Reports combed the company’s press information and Tesla's social media to create this FAQ.
The statup is suing the company from selling an educational toy in the U.S. that allegedly rips off Digital’s patented game technology.
Gill Pratt said the future will be cars that anyone, including children and the elderly, can ride in on their own, and robots in homes.
The Energy Grid Research and Infrastructure Development Institute will promote off-campus efforts to modernize the power grid.
The FAA announced the creation of a new category of aviation rules designed specifically for drones weighing less than 55 pounds.
The Pittsburgh Transportation Group plans to announce a phasing out of taxi cab business.
University of Pittsburgh startup company AquaCloud tests water quality continuously and sends aquaponic farmers real time status updates.
Company spokeswoman Amie Ley said a restructuring plan was being executed Monday, but she declined to say whether the plan included layoffs.
Workarounds if the center channel in a surround sound speaker system goes on the fritz and a different take on camera bags.
More companies broke off into their own shows or live-streamed announcements, which cut down attendance and exhibitors at this year’s E3.
Takeo Kanade, 70, is a professor of robotics and computer science and the former director of CMU’s Robotics Institute.
A new mobile phone app allows users to learn about 99 Pittsburgh buildings from the Fort Pitt Blockhouse to the Tower at PNC Plaza.
She has been credited with helping build the regulatory runway for opening space travel to private innovators.
The regulations force providers such as Comcast and AT&T to treat all online traffic equally.
Additive manufacturing uses 3-D printers to build industrial parts and other objects with layers of plastic, metal and other materials.
DNC was so thoroughly compromised by competing Russian intel gatherers that all e-mails and chats were accessible in the breach.
Google recently announced a cluster of new projects, the latest of the software Google has given us over the years, mostly for free.
The offer of $196 per share represents a premium of 49.5 percent to LinkedIn's Friday closing price.
Four students presented Alligrader, a software that grades computer science projects faster and more accurately, at Pitt’s Blast Furnace.
All that remains is completing some contracts and operational testing. That’s expected to be done in the coming months.
The 2016 CREATE Festival at the Fairmont Pittsburgh hotel, Downtown, will bring together artists and entrepreneurs.
Beyond TV, the new online technology allows stations to enter a brave new world of reporting the news.
Despite a small decrease in the number of jobs in the sector between 2012 and 2014, Pa. has a robust bioscience industry.
Attorneys have started looking into the myriad complexities that will likely arise as 3-D printing begins to take hold.
When it comes to start-up companies, Pittsburgh lags behind other cities. But that doesn’t mean the city lacks entrepreneurs.
So you joined the 21st century and brought along your vintage VCR ... no worries.
Pittsburgh has never really been a pharmaceutical powerhouse, but growth in the local market has begun percolating in recent years.
HyperActive Technology has agreed to an all-stock deal that will make it part of the Acrelec Group, headquartered in St. Thibault, France.
HyperActive Technology has worked to supply food ordering technology to restaurant chains such as Arby’s, Burger King and Panera.
Groundbreaking for the 30,000-square-foot student laboratory is scheduled for the fall and its completion is anticipated in 2018.
Carnegie Mellon University gave demonstrations of its self-driving car to highlight legislation and a task force to oversee the technology.
Forest Devices, an East Liberty startup, aims for faster stroke detection, treatment to reduce disability.
Microsoft offers a way to bypass bloatware on new computers, or as TechMan says, “scrap the crap.”
Analysts say the closure of GE’s manufacturing plant represents a miscalculation that the solar industry was ready for larger equipment.
If you pair inefficient headphones with a portable device having weak power output, you may not be able to achieve satisfying volume levels.
Striking Verizon employees may be back to work next week after the company and unions reached an agreement in principle for a new contract.
Most consumers, even those who use the technology, worry about the safety of mobile payments, according to The Pew Charitable Trusts’ study.
The ride-share company was fined $11.4 million last month for defying the Public Utility Commission for several months in 2014.
Twitter changes include eased character count restrictions and simpler ways to add media to tweets.
By sponsoring a greater number of smaller events, larger brands can reach the same audience without competing to sponsor a mega-event.
Tamiah Bridgett, a licensed cosmetologist from Wilkinsburg, is working on a hair dryer designed for those with curly or textured hair.
“The more I work in the field of death, the more I think about my purpose, my human purpose,” said Arush Kalra of Peca Labs.
Darieth Chisolm swapped “old media” network television for “new media” in all its forms, including hosting a podcast, Hustle and Heart TV.
North Shore-based Confluence helps clients and regulators collect and make sense of investment data.
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