If workers aren’t engaged, they often spend more time looking over their shoulders than driving the company forward.
How do you insure the needs of people who welcome new technology and embrace the sharing economy?
SpaceX has launched a Falcon 9 rocket for the first time since a fireball engulfed a similar rocket on a Florida launch pad more than four
The robotics research center marks the latest installment in the president plan to boost U.S. manufacturing, jobs.
The Department of Defense is announcing today that a new $250 million robotics research facility will be based in Pittsburgh.
Many Facebook users took to another social media platform — Twitter — to vent their frustrations.
David Hickton, who directed international cyber prosecutions, will bring new “synergy” to the university’s research.
An Ohio agency is a semifinalist for a project to build low-pressure tubes to carry levitated pods from Pittsburgh to Chicago via Columbus.
A recent discovery of a radio website that is a window on the world.
Verizon shut off a 69-year-old’s phone, internet service after she balked at letting a technician in her home for a fiber optic switchover.
The underground data center, famous for storing precious paper and film, is installing rows of computer servers as far as the eye can see.
Cheerless holiday season is rolls over into the new year at department stores, with bad news from Macy's, Kohl's dragging down the sector
Ransomly, a Bluetooth-powered beacon and Android app, helps smartphone addicts refocus their attention on offline tasks and human beings.
The nation's intelligence chief insisted that U.S. agencies are more sure than ever that Russia interfered in the presidential election
Some are new to Pittsburgh. Others were born in the Steel City and are now just hitting their stride. They’re innovators, they’re
Shoppers returning Christmas gifts have long kept retailers busy, but more online shopping means even more returns in early January.
Software tools used to deliver malware were found an employee’s laptop, but they don’t appear to be connected to Russian-run Grizzly Steppe.
San Diego tech company Netradyne is about to launch a system that will either act as friend or foe those who operate commercial vehicles.
This week’s Q&A is an excellent introduction to my Product of the Year, and weekly readers won’t be surprised by this year’s winner.
The Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics, a landmark of tech education, is struggling to attract students a wave of aviation retirements.
Pitt inked a deal to lease 11,500-square feet in the former Westinghouse manufacturing facility in Homewood
Research organization CEB TowerGroup estimates that $1 billion of the $130 billion spent on gift cards last year went unused.
Dorsey’s Record Shop has made a name for itself as an African American business that has stood the test of time.
UberBLACK limousine drivers for Uber are seeking minimum wage and overtime for all hours they were logged into the Uber app.
This is the third question I received about CD changers within a 24-hour period. That tells me it is time to write about CD changers!
California ends Uber’s weeklong experiment with using self-driving cars on the streets of San Francisco.
Mark Zuckerberg has enlisted the help of Morgan Freeman while unveiling his new artificial intelligence assistant.
It is a vicious form of digital harassment in which explicit images are shared online without the subject’s consent.