Mobile devices could account for more than 40 percent of transactions this holiday season.
My Fun Maven, a website created by Karen Stilley of Hempfield, is attracting about 2,500 visitors looking for activities for children.
Investors are becoming more interested in how companies disclose cybersecurity risks, breaches.
Looking for good quality closed-back headphones at a reasonable price? Try the $66 Modern Portable Super 66.
Gov. Chris Christie’s budget ax might have fallen heavily on schools four years ago, but for Amy Wiker it was entrepreneurial inspiration.
A new Web series finds humor in the life of a struggling magician; iPhone video users can make special effects with Action Movie FX.
The website allows users to track citations, though only since Oct. 15 of this year.
Astrobotic officials unveiled the German flag at their Strip District headquarters this morning.
Judges with the the Public Utility Commission underscored the litany of frustrations with the San Francisco ride-sharing company.
The growing role of social media during international crises can be a mixed bag, fostering both instant relief and deeper anxiety.
The horrific attacks in Paris cast in stark relief the dual nature of the Internet and modern media.
Megabots Inc., a California-based startup, has built a 15-foot mechanical gladiator and challenged a Japanese firm to an international duel.
“WQED Sessions” premieres Tuesday, with a performance and interview with Aliquippa band Billy the Kid & The Regulators.
Mayor Bill Peduto said the city law department is reviewing how to proceed for perceived violation of a franchise agreement.
Taking it from the top in terms of price and performance is the Fluance Fi50.
FedEx and United Parcel Service keep rolling out new technology to shave every possible micro-second from the delivery process.
The use of 3-D printing is expanding to create soft hair-like images through “furbrication.”
One day when Microsoft woke up, it found itself transformed into Apple. That’s how Franz Kafka might have put it were he a tech writer.
Consumers can follow the path of new technology to creative platforms for experiencing entertainment.
Pittsburgh-based Digital Dream Labs hopes to transition children from consumers of technology and media to creators.
The YouTube Red ad-free subscription service launches. Drone enthusiasts use the Web to collaborate on Web series and film.