Despite their ungoing troubles with the PPA, Uber has plans to announce their interest in launching UberPool to Philadelphia this week.
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Shares of Intel were down $2.16, or almost 5 percent, at $43.10, on Thursday the previous day"s declines, following a conference call with analysts in which the company said it had been working for some time to address a security threat that had been earlier in the day labeled by a report in The Register as a "bug" or "flaw" in its processors, but which Intel says was not a bug, according to a report from Dow Jones Newswires supplied to EFE.
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The Hovervault is a fire-resistant bag that could limit the amount of hoverboard fires.
Paypal announced during its fourth quarter earning that Venmo will allow users to make purchases in iPhone mobile apps
The Guardian has reported that Uber has been tracking their drivers, without their drivers knowing
Facebook is changing its policies in order to stop users from setting up private sales of guns, which would also affect the popular photo sharing site Instagram, which Facebook owns.
Wells Fargo and Bank of America are working on integrating Apple Pay in their ATMs
Social networking site, Facebook, announced earlier this week that they are in the process of adding new features to their popular ‘like’ button.
Techinical.ly Philly and Comcast yesterday launched the national “Tomorrow Tour” at the Quorum at the University City Science Center.
When Gerry Lenfest, with one stroke of his pen, gave away $100 million of his personal fortune I was privileged to be present, listening, a few steps away from the podium.
Earlier today, City Controller Alan Butkovitz announced as part of his ongoing efforts to explore how technology can be utilized to improve government functions, the idea of drone usage in order to inspect dangerous buildings in neighborhoods across the city of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia received some much deserved love from the Huffington Post last week, landing the the number five spot of places that techies should consider moving to this year.
On Tuesday morning, Comcast Business unveiled WiFi Pro, a Wifi solution that includes cloud-based controls, marketing tools and other technological capabilities.
So far, nearly 300,000 people have registered with Federal Aviation Administration after the agency required drone owners to make themselves known.
Facebook announced last Monday that its messaging platform, WhatsApp, will no longer charge a fee and will instead be free for all users of the popular social networking site to use.
On Monday, New York City’s largest Spanish-language newspaper El Diaro laid off 13 of its employees, six of which belonged to its editorial team.
Earlier this month, Philadelphia based tech company Anexinet announced that it had acquired another area tech company, ListenLogic
Councilman William Greenlee wants to do something about the young users of the popular electric scooter balance board, nicknamed the hoverboard.
Syfy announced yesterday the introduction of Syfy labs as its first ever innovation lab focused on creating multiple platform content and experiences for up and coming platforms.
A week later, the formation of the Institute of Journalism in New Media is still sending ripples through the Philadelphia journalism community
El movimiento de negocios es un esfurezo para ampliar su huella multicultural y digital.
The move is an effort to broaden their multicultural and digital footprint, says company.
A lot of people that Marlon Millner sees entering the Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) don’t have the basic skills needed to thrive in the technological job market of today.
Through the service, GrubHub says restaurants will have access to low cost delivery options that they offer.
Guess what, Philly? We finally have our own set of emojis.
And how does she maintain Mayor Kenney’s famous Twitter presence?