Forty-million Americans wear contact lenses. In the not so distant future, contacts may do a lot more than just help you see. What if the lenses could look inside of you to diagnose, monitor and even treat disease? Sound far-fetched? Well, it may not be too far away.
New technology is allowing people to hear things they have never been able to hear before.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to tech expert Jennifer Jolly about upselling.
Stores are gearing up for Black Friday, which is just two weeks away, and shoppers are getting ready to cash in on all those great deals. But instead of racing from store to store or sifting through circulars looking for the best deals, there’s an easier way to save big this year.
For years, Allegheny County’s crime lab suffered from a lack of funding, staff and resources; and as a result, some violent criminals were never prosecuted.
Fans of the new iPhone 4S started lining up outside of Apple stores last night hoping to be among the first to get the new phone. Apple is expecting this to be its best product launch ever, and if today’s lines are any indication, that sounds about right.
With the introduction of a new collaborative effort, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl hopes to expand the city as a leader in technology and economic growth.
Amazon is raising the stakes in the high-tech wars. The company is introducing a new tablet computer, which could give Apple some serious competition. Amazon took the wraps off its latest gadget today when CEO Jeff Bezos introduced it as a hot new contender in the tablet wars.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert talks to a local teacher about distractions from technology.
It’s a fact, women love shoes. We can never have enough, and seem to always be in search of the perfect pair. But now, you can design your own shoes with just a click of a mouse.
Julie Jarosinski, 3, had two weeks of flu-like symptoms and repeated fevers. She made several trips to the emergency room, where her parents were told it was a virus and they would just have to wait.
The Library of the Future rolled into Market Square Friday morning. The 74-foot truck is home to the Digital Bookmobile, filled with state of the art library technology.
Nooks, Kindles, iPads – book lovers everywhere have turned a page when it comes to the way they read.
Nooks, Kindles, iPads- book lovers everywhere have turned a page when it comes to the way they read. In fact, a group of ladies created a high-tech book club.
How many times have you picked up your smartphone only to find the battery on its last leg? These days, we count on our phones for doing way more than just making calls. We use them to get directions, shop online and even play games. That’s just to name a few things. But a dead battery really stops us in our tracks. So, what can you do to keep the battery from always dying?
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