If you were like many Pirates fans last night, after the Bucs won their 81st game of the season, you got on social media. Maybe you posted a tweet or texted a friend. But what if none of that existed?
KDKA-AM’s John Shumway talks to national credit expert Paul Oster about how credit companies, insurers, and employers are using social media to make decisions about you.
How many admissions officers are using the internet to screen applicants? What kind of online behavior affects a student’s admission to the college of their choice?
A local firefighter is facing charges after his involvement in a fight at a church over the weekend.
Firefighters are at the scene of an intense house fire in Beaver County.
First he denied it, now he concedes it’s true.
One group is trying to find out with an electric car that is powered only by tweets.
Whether you filed your taxes on time or not, you could be subject to an IRS audit. One thing to keep in mind is what you post on Facebook, Twitter, or other social media sites might come back to haunt you.
Google has launched a tool that lets you decide what happens with your email and other online accounts after you die. The Inactive Account Manager lets users tell Google what to do if the unthinkable […]
Google has launched a tool that lets you decide what happens with your email and other online accounts after you die.
It’s an ad that some find hilarious, while others find it a bit too edgy.
Have you heard of Vine? Twitter launched the video-sharing app in January, and it has quickly become the hottest, new social media craze.
Two Ohio teens accused of making online threats against a rape victim are scheduled for their first court appearance.
Time Magazine is out with its favorite Twitter feeds.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield tweeted a photo Pittsburgh from space Saturday morning, sharing a spectacular view of the city.