Products at this year's CE Week highlight amazing technology at even more amazing prices.
With the just-introduced marketing-technology product, images, and videos on social channels become shoppable, increasing visitors' time on site and encouraging them to open up their virtual wallets.
The Philadelphia Podcast Festival showcases how big and diverse this DIY-content-making world is growing.
By combining broadcast and web TV tuning skills, AirTV could be the cord-cutting alternative you've been craving.
Our recipe for summer fun includes portable record players, portable water filters, and portable phone chargers. Serious sunglasses, too!
Cox Automotive and Holman Enterprises want to offer car subscription services through every dealer in the country.
The city is losing a public TV station but gaining a wealthy media foundation that is focused on social issues, education, and the interests of minorities.
Even if you own a tablet computer, there are now good reasons to get another.
A new smartphone course aims to steer young drivers down the straight and narrow.
What's "Nexxt" in job recruitment. This King of Prussia company is using predictive technology and multi-channel marketing in its revamped platform to match recruiters and job seekers.
Smart phones are as addictive as drugs and gambling. But the rehab isn't as tough.
Local mompreneurs are spreading their wings with fanciful toys.
With the acquisition, Spectacor adds to its hospitality business a renowned chef in Jean-Marie Lacroix.
Round speakers that fire sound in all directions are all the rage.
There's still time to get dad a special gizmo to keep him dry and entertained, feed his mind and body.
The technology is used as a training tool, to help new hires at the Philadelphia-based restaurant chain fit in fast.
Ahmeenah Young broke down color and gender barriers as president/CEO of the Pennsylvania Convention Center, and pried open the doors for countless others.
The youth sports tech start-up has picked up a high-profile investor and advisor with the Eagles vice president of football operations.
Jonathan Takiff writes about technology for the Inquirer.