Beware: What Shows Up When You Google Yourself?While you're using Google to find things, others might be trying to Google you. So how can you control what people find?
How To Haggle To Get The Most Out Of Your Bundle PlanServices we rely on seem to come in a package these days: cable, internet and even a landline phone. But will bundling save you money?
Feds Detail International Cybercrime Bust In PittsburghThe FBI and federal prosecutors in Pittsburgh plan to detail the takedown of an international cybercrime with ties and victims in western Pennsylvania.
Comcast Outage Hits Customers NationwideA major Comcast outage affected thousands of people across the country including here in Pittsburgh.
Congress Looks To Ban Online Gag Rules Pushed By CompaniesOnline reviews of everything can be found all over the Internet, so when Jen Palmer of Salt Lake City had a bone to pick with a business, “I wrote a review online because we had bad customer service and that's what you do."
Comcast Experimenting With Metered Internet Plans This year marked a turning point for Comcast, the cable giant: It now has more Internet than TV customers.
Former Kennywood Employee To Stand Trial On Child Porn ChargesA former Kennywood employee accused of possessing child pornography will stand trial.
Former Kennywood Employee Arrested On Child Porn ChargesThe Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office has busted a former Kennywood employee for allegedly having child pornography.
Regulators OK 'Net Neutrality' Rules For Internet ProvidersInternet service providers like Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile now must act in the "public interest" when providing a mobile connection to your home or phone, under rules approved Thursday by a divided Federal Communications Commission.
Better Business Bureau Issues Warning Over Rewards Survey ScamLoyalty rewards programs -- coupons, discounts and cashback -- are a long-established, effective methods used by retailers to keep customers coming back.
GoDaddy Controversy Spurs Social Media FirestormGoDaddy.com has been controversial from the get-go, airing Super Bowl ads that feature plenty of sexual innuendo.