Microchips in credit cards -- which have been in use overseas for years -- are designed to prevent hacking of accounts.
Their partnership will begin with a $7.5 million investment from the company to start an analytics lab.
A federal judge has approved a $50 million settlement in the long-running Comcast antitrust class action.
I recently received a handful of emails expressing disappointment with the sound quality from the Modern Portable HiFi Pro Sport earphones.
Sticks and stones can break peoples’ bones, but Pitt has a putty for that.
Students last year used iPads to make videos while on a school trip to Washington, D.C.
A St. Louis-based investment advisory firm will pay $75,000 to settle civil charges alleging it failed “entirely" to protect its clients.
The first Maker Faire Pittsburgh will be held Oct. 10 and 11 at the Nova Place community park and the Children’s Museum on the North Side.
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Downtown, Squirrel Hill, Lawrenceville, Oakland and Strip among neighborhoods targeted by San Francisco-based company.
The venture, tentatively titled PlanBurgh, would be modeled after PlanPhilly, part of WHYY in Philadelphia.
The companies are being told to amend their user agreements and discontinue prohibited calls or texts, or face “significant” penalties.
Alloy 26 would start in early 2016 and be part of a larger technology incubator planned for North Side site.
New features of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, include an upgraded, 12-megapixel camera and a new capability called 3D Touch.
The gift is part of a partnership between the ride-share company and the school’s National Robotics Engineering Center.
The service is currently being offered in Colombia. So far, more than 1,000 Uber driver partners have gained English language certificates.
Mayor Bill Peduto laid out a strategy aimed at promoting equitable access to technology, city services and information Tuesday.
Teachers believe schools focus too much on standardized tests and not enough on hands-on science learning, a new Bayer Corp. survey shows.
Time and technology are catching up with traditional slot machines.
A national Maker Faire in 2012 drew a crowd of 120,000, and spun off smaller Mini Maker Faires across the country.
Pennsylvania is lagging in privacy protections, but a handful of legislators hope to change that.
Finding out exactly how much digital data makes its way to data brokers and digital advertisers is an uphill battle. 1st of 2 part series.
The aluminum and titanium producer plans to expand its 3-D printing capabilities at its technical center in Westmoreland County.
The region’s burgeoning tech industry is helping to fuel office growth in Pittsburgh, with Oakland leading the way.