Innovation

  • March 9, 2014 |  Technically Philly

    Mayor Nutter’s 2015 budget: here’s his proposed tech spending

    Mayor Nutter proposed a $3.8 billion budget for 2015 yesterday in City Hall, while municipal workers protested outside. Here are the technology-releva...
  • March 9, 2014 |  Philly Biz Journal

    S. Kensington co-working space emerges from grand old church

    What was once an old church is now a hub for budding entrepreneurs. March 6 marked the launch of Impact Hub Philadelphia, a 23,000-square-foot, three-...
  • March 8, 2014 |  Philly Biz Journal

    I got to try on Google Glass... And my life will never be the same

    Wearing the glass reminded me how remarkable technology is, and how incredible it is to be surrounded by these new inventions.
  • March 6, 2014 |  Technically Philly

    ChargeItSpot to offer charging stations in 20 Urban Outfitters stores

    ChargeItSpot is expanding its Northeast footprint. By the end of the week, the Center City startup's charging stations will be in 20 Urban Outfi...
  • March 4, 2014

    Philly Tech Week warns it won't tolerate harassment of women

    Technically Philly's initiative is a goal, and not in response to any particular incident.
  • February 27, 2014 |  Technically Philly

    Use this free geography quiz software built by a high school senior

    Tyler Petrochko, a self-taught developer and game designer, has been working on the software for the past three years as part of a special independent...
  • February 6, 2014 |  Technically Philly

    This city site is like a Facebook for Philadelphia lobbyists

    The site was created as part of the city's lobbying law, which requires lobbyists to register online and to file reports about how much money the...
  • February 5, 2014

    You can buy a beer in Philly with bitcoins, but is the currency viable?

    Tucked into a narrow Sansom Street block in Philadelphia, Cavanaugh's Rittenhouse Square appears similar to any other sports bar in town. But lo...