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Can We Really Count on Philly’s Tech Community to Increase Diversity?

It’s been about two weeks since Philly Startup Leaders (PSL) partnered with Mogulette to host the Philly tech community’s second annual Diversity Dinner, and on […]

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10 Things You Love to Hate if You Live in Philly

Let’s face it, by default, we as Philly residents are often dubbed an irate group of people. After all, our lovely urban city has been named […]

Property

Coming Soon from Comcast: The Wireless Remote For Your Whole House

If you’re one of the 10 million current Xfinity Wireless Gateway users, your whole household is about to experience a change – and for the better. At […]

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U-City Named Hottest Tech Submarket in Nation

Those shiny new buildings rising in University City are not only turning it into Philadelphia’s second downtown — they’re making it the nation’s hottest submarket for […]

Business

Hershey’s Is First to Sign on to Pennovation Center

Things are going to be a little chocolatey on the banks of the Schuylkill River. Today Penn announced that the Hershey Company — yes, the candy […]

Business

University City Keystone Innovation Zone to Expand Into Old City

Mayor Jim Kenney, the Philadelphia Department of Commerce and the University City Keystone Innovation Zone announced today that the UC KIZ will expand to include […]

Business

Two Philly Colleges Among Best at Bridging Gap Between Humans and Computers

While technology is made to advance, it’s also made to be accessible. UX Design, an emerging field of computer science and engineering, is closing the gap […]

Business

Shark Tank Presenter Fired Before Episode Aired

If you’re a fan of Philly’s budding tech and entrepreneurial community, Friday night’s episode of Shark Tank was cringe-worthy. It featured Martin Dell’Arciprete pitching Mark Cuban and the gang about a […]

Business

Sixers Selling Tickets Through StubHub Unlocks Treasure Trove of Consumer Data

The Philadelphia 76ers will sell all tickets through StubHub starting next season — and they’re doing it to unlock a treasure trove of data about ticket […]

Business

Report: Revzilla to Sell to Cycle Gear

UPDATE: Revzilla was not acquired by Cycle Gear. Instead, it announced that it’s partnering with J.W. Childs (the private equity firm that owns Cycle Gear) to form […]

Business

Curalate Raises Mind-Blowing $27.5 Million

Curalate has a bold mission: Reshape the $1.6 trillion e-commerce market by capitalizing on the increased use of photos online. The Philly-based tech company just closed […]

Business

WeWork in Northern Liberties Won’t Open on Time

The much-anticipated WeWork co-working space in Northern Liberties won’t open on time. WeWork signed a lease for 30,000 square feet at the Piazza at Schmidt’s, […]

Business

Here’s How One Cranky Comcast Customer Got Even

An anonymous Comcast customer has drawn the attention of the tech industry by setting up a “bot” to automatically tweet every time his Internet speeds […]

Business

Watch Out Comcast, Startup Aims to Deliver Cheap Internet

Chet Kanojia has an incredibly ambitious plan to take on some of the biggest businesses in the world. He aims to provide low-cost, gigabit-speed Internet access […]

Business

Penn Students Can Ferment Beer 9 Times Faster

A group of Penn students have a plan to streamline the beer-making process — and it just earned them $10,000. Siddharth Shah, Shashwata Narain and Alexander […]