SEPTA and Xerox will meet on April 14 to determine if SEPTA’s Key program will be operational to use.
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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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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."
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney and the Philadelphia Department of Commerce, alongside The University City Keystone Innovation Zone, announced earlier today that the UC KIZ has received approval to expand its existing boundaries.
City & State will be bringing a daily political news compilation, it's twice-monthly magazine, events and more with to Pa.
Announced earlier this month, Philadelphia is one of eight winners of the national LRNG City Challenge.
The City of Philadelphia's Department of Commerce recently relaunched StartupPHL's website to serve as resource for companies, investors and students
On Wednesday Comcast announced that it is beginning an advanced consumer trial of Gigabit Internet service to early adopters in Atlanta
On Tuesday, The New York Times revealed its stricter policy for anonymous sourcing
CBS plans to sell off its radio assets in the coming year, including all six stations that it owns and operates in Philadelphia.
Villanova University has developed an app aimed at keeping their students safe
Daily News financial columnist and radio talk show host Harry Gross died of heart failure on Sunday
Reporter Michelle Fields resigned Sunday night from Breitbart over its response to her alleged assault by Donald Trump’s campaign manager.
The Philadelphia startup, Cloudamize, and Google will work together to provide free migration planning for the Google Cloud Platform
Univision's newly launched Detector de Mentiras, staffed by the network's new data unit, was supposed to provide fact checks to the moderators for live use during Wednesday's Democratic debate.
President Barack Obama spoke at this year's South by Southwest Interacttive festival, citing the ways that his administration is trying to make services easier to access online.
The Philadelphia 2016 Host Committee for the Democratic National Convention launched its blog and online press room Thursday
Desarrollada por el Museo de Ciencias de Boston en colaboración con Pixar Animation Studios, la exhibición de 14.000 pies cuadrados tendrá su primera parada del tour nacional en Franklin Institute de Filadelfia.
On Wednesday, the Obama administration announced a renewed interest in bridging the digital divide
AT&T and Univision Communications, the nation’s largest Spanish language media company, are currently entangled in a conflict over programming fees
Comcast has announced the hiring of Noopur Davis as its new senior vice president of product security and privacy
Social media giant Facebook wants to live stream NFL games
Google recently announced its new experimental mobile payments service that allows a person to make purchases using only their voice.
Creator of the @ symbol used in emails today, Raymond Tomlinson, passed away over the weekend.