Tech and Gaming Archive: January, 2012

Last Call for Tech Award Nominations

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Has your Pennsylvania-based company or school made great strides in technology this year? There is still time, barely, to enter a nomination... Read more

Comcast's Split-Personality Problem

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I ran into a wall with yesterday's posting on econo-minded cable TV packages which eliminate pricey sports channels from ESPN. In talking... Read more

Cable Supplier Pulls a Gold Brick From the Wall

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It's hardly the dream-fulfilled of pick-your-own (or "a-la-carte") channel bundling, which some TV viewers have been craving. But Cox Cable's... Read more

3-D Porn is Hard To Find

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While normally front-runners with new technology, the adult entertainment industry is decidedly "split" on shooting and showing its' wares... Read more

Santorum and Maher on the Same (Anti-Piracy) Page?!?

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Who could ever imagine our former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum and ultra liberal comedian Bill Maher being on the same page on anything? Yet... Read more

An exclusive look at Cipher Prime's Splice

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It’s First Friday. The Old City art galleries are bustling with a fine mix of genuine art lovers and college kids feigning interest... Read more

More Apples For The Teacher

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Apples and education have always gone together. But will teachers bite for the new toys from Cupertino? Zingy, interactive text books on an... Read more
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Will an Xfinity launch help NBC make 'Smash' a smash?

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"Smash," NBC's new drama about the making of a Broadway musical, won't premiere on TV until Feb. 6, but the Comcast-owned network is making... Read more