What Happens When a Startup Brain Decides to Focus on the Philly School System?

A great many of the emails Bob Moul sends are time-stamped between four and five in the morning, a detail that makes you feel like […]


Pressbox — the “Redbox of Dry Cleaning” — Just Launched in Philadelphia

Philadelphians who are just too busy to a make a trip to their local dry cleaner can now request on-demand services through an app that […]


10 Things to Know About Philly New Tech Meetup’s Executive Director

Philly New Tech Meetup now claims more than 5,000 members and the group started off 2018 under new leadership. Darla Wolfe, who’s enjoying a decorated career in Philly […]


Philly Tech’s Most Memorable Moments of 2017

Philadelphia’s tech community has had quite a year. We saw local CEOs stand up in the name of morality, in light of threats to immigration, […]


The World’s First-Ever Flushable Pregnancy Test Is Coming to a Store Near You

Lia Diagnostics, one of Philly Mag’s 2017 Startups to Watch, is closing out the year with some major news. Last month, co-founder Bethany Edwards told us to […]


Philly Tech Investor to Double Down on Black, Latinx and Women Entrepreneurs in 2018

Philly’s tech community has ways to go before it’s truly inclusive of all kinds of Philadelphians. Efforts like the Institute of Hip Hop Entrepreneurship and […]


The One Persistent Reason Why There Aren’t More Women in Tech

There’s one persistent reason why the tech workforce is notoriously male-dominated, and a report from Philly’s TechGirlz offers some new information on the roadblock. In […]


Bob Moul: Philly Schools With No Tech Education? That’s a Big Problem.

Every student in Philadelphia, regardless of zip code or family income, should have access to tech education. In fact, it should be part of every […]


New Philly Coding Boot Camp Will Make You a Web Developer in No Time

If you’re looking to expand your professional portfolio with some in-demand tech skills, there’s a new program option in Philly that you might want to […]


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 […]

City Life

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 […]


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 […]

One Drexel Plaza and Drexel Square

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 […]


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 […]


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 […]