If you don't get enough video from your TV and phone, it's coming soon to sidewalks and buses near you.
Comcast and tech giants Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Apple and Samsung are racing to develop voice platforms. "Voice is so intuitive because everyone knows how to talk," says Comcast executive Tony Werner.
People in Pittsburgh were especially excited.
CNN becomes the first TV network to receive permission to fly small drones over crowds for news broadcasting.
To some, it's the best antivirus security software. To others, a devil in disguise.
A big "hit" on Broadway, dynamic ticket pricing that goes up as well as down is now rearing its lovely head in Philly, too.
Evolve IP has bought into the "access management" market.
Yuval Yarden has stepped down as executive director of Philly Startup Leaders following a controversial panel discussion last week at the Black & Brown Founders Conference.
Monell's trailblazing research on chemosensory receptors will soon aid in the care and feeding of Jefferson patients.
Mixing happy music and health tips, Breakthrough Radio is one of a kind.
The radio exec is telling advertisers that radio ads can improve with 18 principles and thoughtful feedback. Those who spend $12K on radio ads a year can take him up on his offer.
"Power-Up Reentry: A Digital Solutions Day" will bring together coders, journalists and those released from prison.
What a deal. Start-ups get free work space. Students earn insights to the ventures, polish helper skills, and build their resumes.
Once only a curiosity with strong appeal to libertarians and technologists, bitcoin's supporters now include hedge fund managers, titans of industry, and a former Treasury secretary.