Innovation

  • January 10, 2013

    A Jersey mystery: Who killed the 'smart gun'?

    For over a decade, a unique gun law in New Jersey has been on the books.It requires that all new handguns sold in the state be equipped with biometric...
  • January 9, 2013

    Aereo television streaming coming to Philadelphia

    In a data center in Brooklyn, startup Aereo has millions of tiny antennas."Almost the size of a dime," says company CEO and founder Chet Kan...
  • January 9, 2013 |  Technically Philly

    How I sold my company to Apple: Jeff White, former FingerWorks CEO

    The technology behind Apple's ubiquitous touchscreenwas developed by a Newark, Del., company called FingerWorks that Apple bought in 2005. Its fo...
  • January 4, 2013

    New tower coming to University City skyline

    Starting in the fall, a new $100 million tower will be sprouting up in University City. It's a joint project of the University City Science Cent...
  • January 3, 2013 |  Technically Philly

    WorkReady Philadelphia launches biotech training program for students

    WorkReady Philadelphia, along with a handful of local partners, wants to get high school students excited about one of the fastest growing industries ...
  • January 3, 2013 |  Technically Philly

    Pa. spent $4.84 billion on tax incentives annually since 2007, but some question impact

    Successfully attracting and retaining business for the longterm with tax breaks has an inconsistent track record at best and, according to a report la...
  • January 1, 2013

    N.J. pharma company wins FDA approval for first of its kind TB drug

    Tuberculois is a bacterial infection that attacks the lungs. The disease is contagious, can be fatal and has slowly outsmarted some of the drugs used ...
  • December 31, 2012

    New app, Murmur, lets users vote on Mummers Parade favorites

    Alfie Hanssen is a big fan of Philadelphia's yearly spectacle. "I remember last year just sitting in lawn chairs in the freezing cold,"...