KDKA-AM’s Larry and John have another visit with Dr Frank Viggiano, the Gadget Guru, who has some cool new tech a 55″ TV under $600, and a way to save big on phone service.
Pennsylvania State Police have released a new smartphone app to help people report suspicious activity that may be linked to terrorism.
Have you ever left home and realized that you forgot to close your garage door or came home to an overflowing toilet? You can save yourself the worry with a home automation system.
A Butler County woman now has a new iPad after her story compelled a KDKA viewer to replace the one she had stolen. Tara Young, of Center Township, is completely blind and used the iPad to perform daily functions like turning on lights and counting money.
Police are investigating after someone stole a blind woman’s iPad from her Butler County home.
If you’re shopping for a tablet this holiday season, you’ve got a ton of choices. The newest offer great new features and lower prices than ever; but it can be tough to figure out what to get. Do you need to pay a premium or will a just-released, less-expensive tablet suit your needs?
Facebook boasts of more than one billion people on its social network, but a study from the School of Business at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and the University of Bath, England, suggests many of those on Facebook are more stressed out than ever.
Commercial robo-calls – almost all of them scams – are illegal without your written permission, but they are proliferating rapidly, say Federal Trade Commission officials. The challenge is to find new technology to beat these scam artists, says Carnegie Mellon professor Raj Rajkumar.
The latest equipment City of Pittsburgh motorcycle and bicycle officers have access to is no longer than a pen.
“It’s free and it always will be.” That’s the slogan you see when you log onto Facebook. But a new change is causing concerns about the way they do business.
City Councilman Bill Peduto and City Councilman Corey O’Conner joined KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA Sunday morning.
Carnegie Mellon University is celebrating the birthday of a popular invention. An invention you probably had no idea was born right here in Pittsburgh.
Apple’s new iPhone 5 rose up onto the stage on a pedestal as a company executive showed off the smartphone’s new features.
It turns out that an old steel warehouse in the Strip District has become a lure for movie makers. It’s been transformed into a Pittsburgh version of a Hollywood movie studio.
High school students at Seton-La Salle Catholic are on the fast track on the information super highway. Going back to school was a little less painful as every student is getting a Google Chromebook.