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Images of World War II, laser cannons, Steve Ballmer's temper, and guns on Facebook.
Replacing a worn-out Onkyo tuner is a minor investment with major returns.
Pittsburgh's abundance of business incubators can create a dizzying array of options for entrepreneurs.
Agencies are now monitoring their computer networks with unprecedented scrutiny and tracking employee behavior.
Deeplocal, BirdBrain and EyeSee360 are just a trio of the companies expected to swarm Texas for the music, film and interactive festival.
Handset makers have introduced a number of big-screen smartphones that are only about an inch smaller than the screen of an iPad Mini.
Musicians from around the world played together in an Internet concert Saturday, with Carnegie Mellon a major hub.
Can old lenses fit on new DSLR camera bodies?
Technology is creeping ever faster into the $200 billion U.S. legal field, shaking up the industry.
The agency proposed a spate of new regulations aimed at limiting what kind of customers can "net meter" their alternative energy systems.
An explosion of silly personality quizzes, most of them created by the young social media mavens at Buzzfeed.com, has everybody talking.
The process can obtain conclusive results more reliably than older DNA technology, and "the innocent will be excluded more quickly."
Plus: Pittsburgh is not on Google Fiber's A-list.
The state Medical Society's head has a message for members: Establish and manage your online presence to guard reputation.
Using a lens hood for improved image quality and protection is strongly recommended.
When the job is done, the user gets a note demanding payment via Bitcoin or other anonymous payment methods to unlock them.
The emails use names, addresses and logos from real funeral homes, according to the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection.
Plus: Frequent eater miles; tabletop computer; website of the week; nationwide kill switch? paper or diesel?
Apps such as Whisper, Secret, Ask.fm and Snapchat fill a growing demand among teens for more fun and less accountability online.
Chinese bloggers asked Secretary of State John F. Kerry to put more pressure on their government.
The compromises of using vintage camera lenses are rarely worth it.
Indians in Silicon Valley bursting with pride over new Microsoft CEO.
More than 50 options, in fact -- including "gender questioning," "androgynous," "intersex" and "neither."
How that information can -- or should -- be used by lenders is still up for debate.