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Virginia company expects to move into temporary facilities in Penn Liberty Plaza, 1350 Penn Ave., and hopes to bring 500 jobs to Pittsburgh.
Many of these companies say they are still trying to assess the damage caused by documentation of their work with intelligence officials.
The free language-learning iPhone app is described as "fantastically well-designed and easy to use" in in Apple's App Store.
Google bought up robots; Bots rule the Web; China reaches the moon; Flickr photo flood.
Comcast is encrypting the high-def channels, but subscribers should be able to get digital adapters from the company.
Titan Arm's creators say it's designed for ordinary people -- those who need either physical rehab or a little extra muscle for work.
3-D printers have been used to make artificial body parts, guns and even cars, but Cnet.com is making pizza.
Disney Research in Pittsburgh is using novel technology to add interactivity to the physical world.
My top vintage gear recommendation is Ohm Walsh speakers from Ohm Acoustics.
These are picks from the best products of 2013, as well as some enduring choices that prove their value year after year.
Crackle launches two original series. "Godzilla" goes viral with "classified" website. Warner Archive Instant app debuts.
Online courses explore Andy Warhol's art. Interactive documentary "Fort McMoney" teaches economic/cultural lessons.