It's getting hard to miss the hoopla about ultra high Definition TV, the "next generation" in television viewing.
They learned how to play Minecraft from Philadelphia children. The Block by Block Party is a gaming event where 1,500 children will gather to raise money for the School District.
Co-founder of Geekadelphia Eric Smith, author and Shmitten Kitten blogger Anna Goldfarb, and online dating expert Erika Ettin hosted A/S/L: Love and Tech as part of Tech Week at the Philly.com headquarters.
OK, so you're stuck at home and the hurricane of the century isn't really going to get nasty until late tonight. Gizmo Guy has a few ideas for productively passing the time.
John Timpane: Even after the presidential debate, when there was nothing more to make fun of, the hashtags continued to fly on Twitter.
What's the place for a news weekly in today's "24 x 7" news cycle? None at all, concluded the powers that be at Newsweek.
Tech bloggers' obsession with Apple products came in for well-deserved ridicule on this weekend's "Saturday Night Live."
Bricks and mortar retailers of electronics - Best Buy, Target and WalMart - will be more nimble and price aggressive this holiday gift season, in competing with on-line-only competitors.
For a change, there's good news about digital music streaming.
Is it mere coincidence that stealth images of the iPad Mini have surfaced, just as Amazon is launching the Kindle Paperwhite and Barnes&Noble has improved the deal for its' Nook Simple Touch with Glowlight?
Gizmo Guy: The first iPhone 5 reviews are in. And they liked it, they really liked it.
Dish Network delights in offering bargain price satellite TV service and innovative features that please customers and vex rivals. Now it's hoping to do more of the same with dishNET Broadband - a high speed satellite-delivered broadband service available nationwide October 1 starting at $39.99 a month...
Gizmo Guy: Apple's iPhone 5 is slimmer and has a bigger screen. It will begin shipping Sept. 21.