Eight members of Congress on Thursday formally demanded that Google address a range of privacy concerns about its new wearable technology de
U.S. Steel is not saying much about the "hundreds of millions" it is spending on enterprise software.
Not so many years ago, when photographers needed to adjust a photo, they'd have to spend time in the darkroom tinkering with equipment and c
SAN FRANCISCO -- Cartographers, beware: the map wars have begun.
LOS ANGELES -- The record producer Jimmy Iovine and his business partner Dr. Dre have a keen eye for talent. After all, Mr. Iovine discovere
WASHINGTON -- The e-mail, from Steve Jobs of Apple to James Murdoch of News Corporation, reads as if one old sport were trying to cajole ano
SAN FRANCISCO -- Cisco Systems reported higher earnings for its third fiscal quarter on Wednesday, citing what it said was an improving econ
It's enough to give tech devotees the shivers: imagine being stuck on a train with no Wi-Fi, or out of range of the free access provided by
This week: A stale spy book, printed guns and listening for shots.
The trophy high-rises on Madison, Park and Fifth Avenues in Manhattan have long commanded the top prices in the country for commercial real
BERLIN -- The effort in Europe to adopt the world's strongest data protection law has drawn the attention of dozens of lobbyists from U.S. t
SEOUL -- Samsung Electronics said Monday it had made a key breakthrough in developing mobile technologies for so-called fifth-generation net
BERLIN -- The debate over "network neutrality," the principle that all bits of digital information are created equal, has come home in a rea
The TG-2 is dust-proof, freeze-proof to 14 F, crushproof up to 200 lbs., can go underwater to a depth of 50 feet and can take a 7-foot fall.
Elon Musk, a founder of the electric carmaker Tesla and one of the technology industry's most outspoken exponents of clean energy, has stepp
Students earned a trip to a national robotics competition, but the cash-strapped district can't afford to send them to Indianapolis.
Hypejar is a virtual crystal ball for pop culture. Amazon Originals web TV pilots are worth tuning in. Grooveshark a boon for Web DJs
The online video has more than 36,000 views on YouTube in its first six days and reminds us that we sometimes take local beauty for granted.
How one family watches a bird's nest without disturbing the bird; and more.
The CMU Software Developer Certification aims to make Kenya Africa's software hub.
Simple adjustments can improve sound quality.
The new app, designed by a Monroeville company, lets the public report suspicious activity.
Duolingo and "Mister Rogers Remixed: Garden of Your Mind" win 2013 Webby Awards.
Tom Murphy, a Carnegie Mellon Ph.D. in computer science, turns his computer into a super Super Mario Brothers player.
A Georgia Tech group described a robot arm that was able to reach into a cluttered environment and use "touch."
Great receivers that will work well with soundbars or high-quality home theater surround speaker systems.
Less-than-stringent citizen privacy safeguards seem to make the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act a dud for now.
Use of social networking sites in political activity and civic engagement grows, but class divisions persist.
The Digital Public Library of America knits together nation's archives, libraries and museums.
The Pittsburgh Online Academy is contemplating changes after experiencing high student turnover.
Technology doesn't allow for simple home recording anymore.
New web series brings the world of video games to life. Twitter debuts new music site. The Webby Awards launch an archive of past winners.
Online amateur sleuths finger wrong suspects in Boston Marathon bombing.
Pro-business legislation aimed at helping companies fend off sophisticated foreign hackers sailed through the House
Study shows relatively few bad sites returned in Web searches.
The students have launched a system in which a swipe of the finger serves approves a payment, an alternative to paying with plastic.
A Facebook scammer is exploiting a Pittsburgh police officer's recent heart attack to bamboozle well-meaning colleagues out of money.
Putting Panasonic plasma TV rumors to rest. Plus, a question about Cambridge SoundWorks Oontz.
The opening comes amid news that Pittsburgh has bucked a nationwide downtrend in attracting tech investments.
The worst computers ever made -- how many did you own?
Schools competed to get the iPads this school year by submitting proposals on how they would use them.
Question: I have a 25-foot by 20-foot room and need a sound system. Would I be better off with tower speakers or a soundbar?
New media helps car dashboards drive into a brave new world of options.
Philadelphia office skyscraper provides backdrop for an old video game.
Warner Bros. launches its own movie and TV streaming service. Amazon adds X-Ray for TV for Kindle users. Concert Vault debuts new iPad app.
Recent cyberattacks against banks are more powerful, raising suspicions of nation involvement.
Children who struggled with computer concepts will stand beside Google executives to unveil a touchscreen computer kiosk they helped build.
The FCC's planned "analog sunset" will turn my HDTV into SD-only since component outputs are going away. Is HDMI the only option for all HD?
With the help of major corporations, nonprofits are receiving much needed technology, allowing them to better serve the community.
Two teenage girls accused of threatening Steubenville rape victim are under house arrest and barred from using Facebook or Twitter.
IronPigs will have video games activated by men's "stream."
For the first time in my computing life, my computer was invaded by malware. Unfortunately, there is nothing special about my experience.
The federal government is funding seven projects aimed at expanding the use of 3-D printing in manufacturing.
Question: All of my pictures have a slight color cast from the artificial light. ... How can I correct this?
New comedy series from My Damn Channel, Couch Music Player and added features for Kindle. Survey tracks peak hours for smartphone use.
Some of the scenarios Microsoft says could happen in the next five to 10 years it has brought to life now in its Envisioning Center.
Samsung Galaxy S IV could be the mythical iPhone killer; High-tech quilting is steampunk come to life; Tip and term of the week; Autocorrect
New research finds the proper use of mobile coupons could significantly pump up unplanned grocery spending.
State legislators across the country are introducing laws making it harder for animal welfare advocates to investigate safety cases.
Why has television become so difficult, compared to what it used to be?
The biggest vulnerability to Macintosh computers is the belief that Apple's superior operating system makes them immune to malware.
Pittsburgh AT&T employees expected to be reassigned to other positions when call centers close Downtown and in Strip District
Cellhelmet's founders may not have scooped up the reality show's prize, but their winnings on the outside have made up for that.
From ringing bells to watching video of the Sistine Chapel's chimney, this app provides papal information.
MacOutfitters will shut for good at 6 p.m. Friday after four years at One Oxford Centre; Buon Sapore will open next week.
The new pope will have the option of reviving the papal Twitter account, @pontifex. But for now the account reads "Sede Vacante."
Questions about HDMI receivers and lossless audio, SLR cameras and speakers.
Amazon and Adobe roll out new apps for phones and tablets. Netflix launches the Flixies awards.
Sellers are going beyond eBay to nearly a dozen online sites such as Gazelle.com that specialize in buying electronic castoffs.
CMU and its research partner have developed a computer algorithm that converts raw video of a wildly spinning football into a stable view.
Simogo's "Year Walk" ($3.99) is a first-person stroll through a spooky forest.
Question: I have a set of old Advent stereo speakers. Would they be of use in my home theater system for front speakers?
There are several good websites that can keep you abreast of cybersecurity issues and news.
Some of Pittsburgh's brightest tech minds hunkered down in Google's local office to create an app that would make civic data useful.
A bigger, better Slacker relaunches. And two new series on the way from My Damn Channel.
Can you offer a recommendation for an affordable camera that will provide a big step up in both functionality and image quality?
New York Times writer John Broder and Elon Musk, CEO of the electric car company Tesla, have been having a public kerfuffle.
The free classes, which started in December, are popular with seniors, many of whom are excited about connecting with grandchildren.
It's already been used to cover Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York and a bombing in the Middle East.
Drew Davidson is chief storyteller in the tale of Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Center.
Students at Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Center live and breathe video games. But it's not all about making games.
What do you recommend for bookshelf speakers under $100 now that Best Buy's Insignia NS-B2111 is no longer offered?
Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Center is a place where people from technological and artistic disciplines collaborate