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Looking for Philly’s Next Big Start-Up?

At Technically Philly we’ve written nearly 1000 posts covering the technology community here in Philadelphia. If you paged through our archives, you would come across […]

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Forget Snookis, Old City is Overrun with Techies

Philadelphia magazine’s September feature by Richard Rys documents an Old City in transition—and not a pretty one. A neighborhood once thriving with artists, entertainment and […]

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The Top 12 iPhone Apps by Philadelphians, For Philadelphians

Great news for all the iPhone-addicts out there: Philly’s ever-increasing number of techies has been up to more than just taking up all the seats […]

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Techgirlz Hopes to Bridge Gender Gap in Philly Tech

If you have ever been to one of the dozen weekly technology events around Philadelphia, you likely have quickly noticed that the room is often […]

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Philadelphia’s 10 Most Influential Twitter Users

Some people count how many friends they have, and some people count the value of their friendships. In the world of social media, it’s no […]

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Philly Is “Gigabit City” (with or without Google)

Last week, Google thanked the 1,100 applicants who entered its Google Fiber for Communities contest, an initiative to test high-speed, next generation broadband — known […]

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Philly 311: There’s No App for That

Last week, while the City of Philadelphia was busy celebrating the country’s 234th birthday, another anniversary passed by with little fanfare. July 5 marked three […]

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Tourism On Your Phone: Why It Matters To Philly

With tourism, it’s all about where you are. Exactly where you are. In Philadelphia, the past month has seen a wash of mobile geo-location tourism […]

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Tech Transfer: Why It Matters and How Philly’s Making It Better

As we approach our nation’s birthday this weekend, let’s give a nod to another Philadelphia first: The University City Science Center. It’s the nation’s oldest […]

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Philly Geeks: The Scene That Gives Back

In February, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and non-profit employees gathered at a coworking space in New York’s Tribecca neighborhood to chat “Social Entrepreneurship:” businesses that focus as much […]

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A New iPhone…But Not for Verizon

Yesterday in San Jose, California, Apple CEO Steve Jobs was on-hand for what has become a June tradition: the unveiling of the company’s latest iPhone. […]

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What Philly Techies Can Learn from Philly Beer Drinkers

Next week, the city’s bars, breweries and pubs will be center stage as the third annual Philly Beer Week kicks off. The event gives the […]

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Can Tech Make Philly a World-Class City?

Inside the pages of this magazine’s December 2008 issue, the 100 moments that most shaped this city were listed in careful detail. No. 66 was […]

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Philly’s Top 10 Tech-Savvy Hotspots

Coordinating your friends for a night out in any city can be chaotic. The texts and phone calls required to get everyone at the same […]

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Down with the Tech Tax!

Pennsylvania lawmakers sounded a warning bell last week, predicting a $1 billion deficit if taxes aren’t increased or significant spending cuts executed. And for the […]