You’ve heard them all: leaving your laptop plugged into the charger will harm your computer, or the more the mega pixels – the better the picture. In this technology age, there are so many new gadgets out there and there are so many myths that go along with them. KDKA’s John Shumway talks to some experts to exposes some of the “top tech myths.”
Pittsburghers spend 39 hours a year sitting in traffic and that adds up to more than $800 in wasted fuel, but there could be help on the way.
There’s no excuse for getting lost at the Cranberry Highlands Golf Course in Cranberry.
In response to the Boston Marathon bombings, Pennsylvania State Police are reminding people about one of their programs.
New technology aims to spot and follow gunfire – and it could be coming to some areas in Pittsburgh.
Paying by cash is so 20th century and soon-to-follow may be swiping those credit cards, according to four Carnegie Mellon University seniors who have developed a new way of making purchases called Paytango.
In the labs at Carnegie Mellon University they’ve developed what previously was only possible in science fiction.
The Richard King Mellon Foundation has given $37 million to two western Pennsylvania universities.
Most cars now come with Bluetooth technology built in, so you can talk hands-free. But you don’t need a new car to get Bluetooth.
From outer space to a lifesaving mission inside a human body, students in the Shaler Area School District are diving into virtual environments.
The Samsung S4 brings a new touch screen and new camera to its many updates.
Here in Pennsylvania, leaders in the mining industry are focusing on new technology designed to help keep miners safe.
You could call it “revenge porn” – adult websites where jilted lovers can post explicit pictures of their exes; pictures that, before the break-up, were private.
Texting has become the connection of choice for a generation, direct, instant and seen by the person it’s intended for.
A South Hills woman is known within the medical community for something she can do, without ever saying a word.