The cost of data breaches is rising for companies around the world as sophisticated thieves target valuable financial and medical records.
The future of connected everything -- watches, homes, appliances, artificial organs -- could also be a target-rich playground for hackers.
Plus, selling an old turntable could be difficult.
The bank has a strong presence in State College and worked with students to create a more college student-friendly environment.
Faros Properties will renovate the 1.2-million-square-foot mall into a technology incubator, with plans for eateries and a fitness center.
U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag announced a 32-count indictment and the arrest Saturday of Tianjin University professor Hao Zhang.
Plus, Flurry Analytics seeks to understand mobile app “install addicts.”
The company is leasing the space at 100 32nd St. in the Strip District.
Alessandro Acquisti will do a two-year stint here through the Carnegie Fellowship.
The Selfie Wireless allows users to zoom in and out at a great price.
Polygraphs are not permitted in Pennsylvania courts during the trial phase.
It looks like an ATM machine with a video monitor looming above it. And it might be the next big technology in lie detection.
Penn State University says Chinese hackers have breached its engineering school’s computers for two years.
The municipality says the communications company has not paid franchise fees it owes.
NASA chief technologist David Miller, an Allison Park native, will be checking out technologies in Pittsburgh universities.
The acquisition would give Verizon access to advanced technology AOL has developed for selling ads and delivering high-quality video.
Lessons learned from a drooping computer.
“Usually I do not recommend consumers spend more than $150 to $200 on a Blu-ray player.”
Three of the four human players won more than they lost against CMU-designed Claudico.
Curb Energy won the $50,000 grand prize sponsored by East Liberty robotics investment firm StartBot, beating six other teams.
Google’s mobile search requests are outstripping requests in nine other countries as well.
My reading habit started when I was young. With the advent of the e-book readers and Kindle on the Web, I was hooked.
If the hacker wants you specifically, they’ll check your social media for, say, the names of your pets.
Experts from the White House to CMU wonder whether we should “kill the password dead.”
Innovators are seeking ways to apply entertainment principles to driving engagement in causes.
Col. Matteo Martemucci warned the CFA Society of Pittsburgh on Wednesday of cyber security threats.
Don strongly recommends Micro Four Thirds instead.
The Astrobotic/CMU team is also competing in the $30 million Google Lunar XPrize competition.
Pittsburgher Damon Young runs the nationally popular Very Smart Brothas blog while navigating the city’s recent evolution.