"To the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?" the tweet said.
Finances, gift-giving and, yes, difficult family members all contribute to higher levels of stress during the holiday season. Now, thanks to a Philadelphia startup, there's an app for that.
Home pregnancy testing can be stressful and an eco-disaster. Not so Lia, developed by two UPenn pals and just endorsed by the FDA and peers at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin.
Tech progress has consequences from the customer tracking of Google and Bing search engines. Amid the latest 4K TVs, videogame systems and self-driving cars, maintaining your privacy must be a concern.
University of Pennsylvania scientists are using video games and toy cars to learn how autonomous vehicles think - and to determine whether they are safe for people to use.
The ambitious timeline could place GM in an enviable position: with the unique ability to provide existing ride-hailing companies like Lyft or Uber with a growing fleet of autonomous vehicles or, better yet, to unleash its own service
Comcast's link with iHeartRadio will funnel radio personalities like Elvis Duran and stations like Z100 through Xfinity X1 cable TV boxes. At the same time, a legal ruling this week has forced Comcast to disable the X1's ability to remotely schedule recordings.
The security hack of Uber, like that of Equifax, has attracted the interest of Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
Rovi/TiVo has won a patent infringement case against Comcast - the reason you can no longer remotely program your Xfinity X1 DVR.
The glitch allows anyone to access the file system for a Mac, exposing private documents on that particular computer.
Nifty headphone alternatives from Bose and Plantronics, the new voice-activated Sonos streaming speaker, a trendy multi-cooker from VitaClay, and cool gaming systems from Nintendo and Microsoft top our holiday wish list.
The kitchen lights flicker on for Richard Bernard, 45, at his apartment - with the help of the Amazon Echo device, which helps him live independently.
Trump-appointed Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai has done what he said he would: dismantling Obama-era rules on the internet for telecom companies, saying they aren't needed to protect consumers. Former FCC head Tom Wheeler says it's "shameful."