Get out your cameras Pittsburgh!
A man who pleaded guilty to stalking a Seton Hill University student and repeatedly breaking into her apartment will likely spend just five days behind bars.
You will find them in most homes, tucked away in a closet, or on a bookshelf. They fill albums and cardboard boxes. They are the precious photos of our life experiences, but with the dawning of the digital age, pictures are piling up in cameras or on computers.
Do you have the cutest pet in the Burgh?
Testimony resumed Thursday morning in the trial of the alleged ringleader of the so-called “Greensburg 6.”
Testimony continued Wednesday in the capital murder trial of Ricky Smyrnes.
Jurors today saw photos of the items used to torture a mentally-challenged Greensburg woman who was murdered.
Are you tired of taking lousy photos? One of many new smartphones could snap up your game because many are coming up with incredibly innovative camera features.
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Instagram, the popular photo-sharing service that Facebook bought this year, is the target of a storm of outrage on Twitter and other sites after a change in its user agreement hinted that it might use shared photos in ads.
With the words “touch down confirmed,” Mission Control in Houston erupted in a frenzy of elation and relief, as Land Rover “Curiosity” settled safely on the surface of Mars.
Are you planning a wedding? There’s a new wedding app, which was developed here in Pittsburgh that helps your guests and shares photos of the special occasion.
In your car, in the park, waiting for a bus or just walking down the street, you never know who might be looking at you.