The board of the Silicon Valley company has agreed to sell Yahoo’s core internet operations and land holdings to Verizon Communications.
Founded in 1994, Yahoo was one of the last independently operated pioneers of the web.
Pittsburgh travelers could be able to order room service without saying a word, and ditch hotel check-in lines simply by sending a text.
Ken Love’s film about the pressroom at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette premieres on Rembrandt TV and no special glasses are necessary.
The university announced a collaboration of industry, academia and government as part of its year-old NextManufacturing Center.
The Regional Industrial Development Corp. isn’t wasting any time in embracing its new role at the former LTV Coke Works in Hazelwood.
Pitt’s Innovation Institute reported the creation of 13 startups for the year, up from two created during the same period five years ago.
A North Point Breeze startup uses its technology to connect American engineering and heavy manufacturing companies with customers abroad.
Customer convenience and better security are fueling the move away from passwords to fingerprints to access bank accounts.
The benefits from 5G technology are expected to roll out over the next four years but could be more useful to business than consumers.
CEO Elon Musk wrote on Twitter that the vehicle's records showed it wasn't in the self-driving mode.
The government suggested the ruling could hamper national security investigations.
Entrepreneurs fill the financial gap between store openings by becoming Uber drivers.
It’s not yet clear how well Line might do in Western markets, where Facebook’s Messenger and WhatsApp are among the most popular options.
A congressional report says the breaches in 2010, 2011 and 2013 targeted the workstation of then-FDIC Chair Sheila Bair.
While some sacred grounds object to gamers’ activities on their sites, some Pittsburgh cemeteries are welcoming the new-found crowds.
The European Union and the U.S. say the new Privacy Shield imposes stricter obligations on American companies.
The new virtual reality app by Nintendo has hit Pittsburgh — and the nation — by storm.
Lessons learned while removing a laptop hard drive.
Early studies are promising for a biotech company that is planning to market its first cell therapy for urinary incontinence in 2019.
Frank Abagnale, a leading expert on fraud and identity theft, will share his advice at an event hosted by AARP.
In last Friday’s nonfatal crash in Bedford County, a Tesla sport utility vehicle rolled after hitting barriers on both sides of the highway.
Fitness startups Zenrez, of San Francisco, and Fitt, of Lawrenceville, are tapping into the market for exercise classes.
In the wake of the Florida death of a Pittsburgh-area man, PennDOT weighs licensing and insurance issues created when the car drives itself.
A court decision will make it easier for patent owners to sue for more money when someone purposely infringes on their patent.
The Liberty Tunnels and Fort Pitt and Squirrel Hill tunnels had cellphone service, but it was disrupted during construction three years ago.
As Pittsburgh positions itself as a hub for technology companies, aspiring tech workers are struggling to find work with large employers.
Carnegie Mellon University testers use more technology than Tesla, whose vehicle was involved in the first self-driving fatality.
Two apparel companies with Pittsburgh roots -— Modcloth and American Eagle Outfitters’s aerie — avoid photoshopping in ads.
Marking an end to an era, 60 new silver Toyota Scions with the zTrip logo drove off the lot Tuesday as part of the new 125-car fleet.
Incompetent scammers, Apple e-book refunds and more.
Even for those who exercise every day, prolonged sitting has been associated with heart disease, low metabolism and “dormant butt syndrome.
The Flex Robotic System is now the centerpiece of a $130 million privately-held Medrobotics based in Massachusetts.
There are options out there when it comes to replacing a bit of turntable history.
Consumer Reports combed the company’s press information and Tesla's social media to create this FAQ.
The statup is suing the company from selling an educational toy in the U.S. that allegedly rips off Digital’s patented game technology.
The Energy Grid Research and Infrastructure Development Institute will promote off-campus efforts to modernize the power grid.
The Pittsburgh Transportation Group plans to announce a phasing out of taxi cab business.
University of Pittsburgh startup company AquaCloud tests water quality continuously and sends aquaponic farmers real time status updates.
Company spokeswoman Amie Ley said a restructuring plan was being executed Monday, but she declined to say whether the plan included layoffs.
Workarounds if the center channel in a surround sound speaker system goes on the fritz and a different take on camera bags.
More companies broke off into their own shows or live-streamed announcements, which cut down attendance and exhibitors at this year’s E3.
Takeo Kanade, 70, is a professor of robotics and computer science and the former director of CMU’s Robotics Institute.
A new mobile phone app allows users to learn about 99 Pittsburgh buildings from the Fort Pitt Blockhouse to the Tower at PNC Plaza.
She has been credited with helping build the regulatory runway for opening space travel to private innovators.
Additive manufacturing uses 3-D printers to build industrial parts and other objects with layers of plastic, metal and other materials.
DNC was so thoroughly compromised by competing Russian intel gatherers that all e-mails and chats were accessible in the breach.
Google recently announced a cluster of new projects, the latest of the software Google has given us over the years, mostly for free.
The offer of $196 per share represents a premium of 49.5 percent to LinkedIn's Friday closing price.
Four students presented Alligrader, a software that grades computer science projects faster and more accurately, at Pitt’s Blast Furnace.