As part of the Philly Block Project, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center and conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas will unveil “Archive Collective: South Kensington 19122.”
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After the FCC announces the termination of the regulation on net neutrality, the whole country wonders how it will affect us.
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The country is radically changing, and so is the fastest growing ethnic group that is revitalizing American society.
Today, Mayor Jim Kenney announced the creation of a new office focusing on opening city data to the public and updating the government website.
Today’s edition of the Philadelphia Public Record will be the first published under a new ownership.
Philadelphia Eagles tight end Brent Celek partnered with Favor yesterday to make a few unique deliveries to his Philly fans.
NBCUniversal, una división de Comcast Corporation anunció hoy la adquisición de DreamWorks Animation por $3.800 millones.
NBCUniversal, a division of Comcast Corporation announced earlier today that they have acquired DreamWorks Animation for $3.8 billion.
Gannet Co. announced their bid to purchase Tribune Publishing yesterday, while Charter Communications announced earlier that its taking over Time Warner Cable.
The Philadelphia Tribune announces their endorsement for Bernie Sanders for the role of President of the United States.
El Diario/La Prensa fue, por muchos años, uno de los periódicos estadounidenses en español que más orgullo inspiraba en la comunidad latina. Ahora es noticia por haber perdido su rumbo, y por haber despedido a la mayoría de sus reporteros y editores.
El Diario La Prensa was once a proud newspaper to be a part of, but with the constant urge to stay relevant in today's time the paper has been hit with a number of layoffs and may soon be gone for good.
Facebook announced that it had built two new ground based technologies that will focus on delivering the internet to people in dense urban areas.
As part of the 100-day countdown to the Democratic National Convention, the Philadelphia 2016 Host Committee presented a new social media campaign on Saturday to “energize” the city for the convention.
Similar to food labels, the broadband labels will provide consumers with more information on service speed and greater clarity regarding the costs of broadband service, including fees and other add-on charges.
The National Association of Black Journalists announced yesterday that the Wall Street Journal and its parent company Dow Jones have pledged to close the race and gender gaps among its employees.
I recently walked by the house Gabriel García Márquez owned and used to stay at in Cartagena, Colombia, and I couldn’t wait to get to the keyboard to tell a personal story about this maestro of good literature and even better journalism.
Microsoft has a plan to ignite economic development in Philadelphia and it involves opening a new outreach center in University City this summer.
An Uber-style app that connects Philadelphians to personal delivery services debuted in Philadelphia earlier today.
Today, Drexel University was announced as a key leader in the creation of a $75 million national research institute that will help bring new materials and textiles to the marketplace.
The FBI agreed Wednesday to help an Arkansas prosecutor unlock an iPhone and iPod belonging to two teenagers accused of killing a couple.
The Federal Communication Commission is expected to issue a decision on modernizing the Lifeline program.
SEPTA and Xerox will meet on April 14 to determine if SEPTA’s Key program will be operational to use.
Despite a recent departure by Philly's Civic Tech Director, Aaron Ogle, CIO Charles Brennan says the Office of Innocation and Tech will push ahead.
Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation announced earlier today that The Navy Yard has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy as the site for a study on new technology for advanced electrical distribution and controls.
David Cohen: "A cruel irony is at work, as the majority of low-income families, including those in public housing, who truly need the transformative power of the Internet are not connected."