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At Fast Pitch, nonprofits will go after a share of $25,000 in funding grants and hope to raise cash through a new crowdfunding option.
The Federal Communications Commission voted last week to preempt state laws regarding broadband competition.
The South Korean phone manufacturer also unveiled a model with a display that curves so that information can be glanced at on the side.
What is the least amount I can spend to enjoy records, without buying junk?
University of Pittsburgh and West Penn Hospital doctors gave color commentary on why people are seeing different colors in an online photo.
The Girl Scouts rolled out Digital Cookie to sell the treats, although many girls still use the tried-and-true door-to-door approach.
Visa’s optional new feature, which will be integrated into mobile banking apps, will be ready in mid-April.
The Federal Communications Commission, in a 3-2 vote, will regulate broadband Internet under public utility laws, favoring “net neutrality.
It’s unclear how many of those affected are past or present Highmark customers, or come from other Pennsylvania-based Blues plans.
The CIA is planning for increased use of cyber capabilities in almost every category of its operations as part of a broad restructuring.
Read more for a breakdown of backslashes for the directionally challenged, plus news on Superfish, TV shows, YouTube and the FCC.
Hakuto, the Tokyo-based team signed on to Astrobotic’s payload, is one of 18 teams remaining in the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition.
Plus, the Samsung APS-C mirrorless system is worth a try.
With 13,000 buyers and the equivalent of seven football fields full of booths, the fair looks and sounds like a well-behaved kids’ party.
Tech education programs through the YMCA range from students rebuilding a computer to learning game design.
The bank’s philanthropic arm in Southwestern Pennsylvania has committed $1 million in cash and technical support to local entrepreneurs.
On the website Reddit, people shared some experiences with their older relatives and technology.
Meanwhile, a directive issued Sunday requires federal agencies to disclose where they fly drones and what they do with the data collected.
The reported infiltration of more than 100 banks in 30 countries would be one of the biggest banking breaches known.
Also, techniques to tweak an old turntable.
President Obama signed an executive order encouraging Information sharing between the private sector and federal government.
Cheaper, better robots will replace workers over the next decade, pushing manufacturing labor costs down 16 percent, a report Tuesday said.
The app created by the six students will be available on Google apps.
Virtual matchmaking has gone mobile, with free apps to download to smart phones and other devices.
In a filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, FAB said ”the company’s business in China appears to be abandoned.”
Penn State startup Ares Drones wants to make its software, which is designed to keep drones out of no-fly zones, the industry standard.
Game columnist Max Parker took to the streets of Pittsburgh to surprise gamers with a look at the new device.
When RadioShack filed for bankruptcy as expected last week, the geeks came out to reminisce.
A Brookings report puts Pittsburgh in the middle of the pack when it comes to advanced industry jobs.
Plus, Galaxie Electronics is a reliable resource for turntable repair.
The iconic chain’s bankruptcy process will see some stores sold, while others are shuttered.
Hackers have gained access to customers’ names, addresses, medical IDs, Social Security numbers, birthdays, and even job and income data.
Sprint could open mini-shops in as many as 1,700 stores; company expected to close stores it doesn’t sell.
“Gogo Pittsburgh” is designed to introduce the concept of digital fundraising to area businesses and nonprofits.
Pittsburgh region companies trying to get students interested in manufacturing careers are finding that building robots can do the job.
Students and parents can get emergency announcements, teacher contact information, sports and events schedules and more.
Newmerical Technologies International, based in Montreal, works in the aerospace, architectural, automotive and marine industries.
By the end of 2015, half of all credit and debit cards in the U.S. will have been converted to smart cards with microchips.