The start of Lent means hundreds of Pittsburgh-area churches are also starting the long-time tradition of the Lenten Fish Fry.
Have you ever wondered about the privacy of apps on your smartphone?
Security experts are very concerned about a new technology that could put your car and home in jeopardy.
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback William Gay is working with a women’s shelter to promote the national debut of a mobile app designed to help victims of domestic violence.
Jessica Schuster Papariello has been teaching biology for nearly 10 years at the Fox Chapel Area High School, and she was part of the state’s Department of Education team to develop a new Apple iTunes application to help students prepare for the Keystone Exams.
A team of teenagers has created what may be the best app ever if you’re craving a pizza.
The Steelers are launching a new app that allows you to watch all the big plays.
As the school year comes to a close, yearbooks are being distributed. This year, some of the books are not what you’re used to because they aren’t just filled with photos.
What if you learned that you could get rid of your reading glasses by spending a few minutes each week doing some exercises on your iPhone or iPad for a few months?
Spotting your favorite runner among the crowds could be a bit tricky. However, an app developed by a Carnegie Mellon graduate is solving that problem.
The battle between traditional taxi cabs and new ride-sharing services is heating up.
Something big could be coming to Pittsburgh this year, something that promises to forever change your daily experience in the city.
Is your mailbox cluttered with catalogs and credit card offers? Well, if you feel like you are drowning in junk mail, there is hope.
Look out Yellow Cab, there’s a new kid in town with a pink mustache on the front grill. “Lyft” is an on-demand, ride-sharing company that responds to an app on your smartphone.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – Days when the temperature dips near or below zero, AAA knows they are going to get more service calls than usual. Wednesday morning’s commute was no different.