When Penn entrepreneurs graduate, many of them take their ideas with them.
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Wharton students can now hold Huntsman in their hands.
The Dorm Room Fund is now open for business.
First Round Capital is opening doors for entrepreneurs, literally and figuratively.
Penn Information Systems and Computing recently launched a service that allows users to share files and folders from multiple devices.
Changes in how students take classes could also mean changes in how they prepare for them. With the increasing availability of online courses, the role of textbooks is evolving.
Van Pelt Library, now half a century old, has kept up with technological advances.
PennApps Labs is increasing its interaction with the student body.
Answers to the recent hacking incident may be found by looking through the University’s decentralized computing system.
As a sign of changing times, digitization has entered realms of studies not traditionally associated with technology.
A start-up by a Wharton grad is taking customer service to a whole new level.
Wharton and Engineering students are coming together to help commercialize Penn technologies.
Penn professors are speculating what the smartphone market will look like after Apple’s recent lawsuit and its upcoming iPhone release.
It’s 6 p.m. on Friday. The Hall of Flags is packed with over 300 students. The lights of laptops and tablets illuminate the room, but almost no one is on Facebook because there is work to be done. The sixth PennApps hackathon, hosted by the Dining Philosophers, is no joking matter.
Students in the Class of 2016 will be the first to experience Ware 2.0.
Some students are out to prove they’re just as cut out for Silicon Valley as they are for Wall Street.
First Round Venture Capital is giving Philly a dose of brotherly love.
The Stop Online Privacy Act put the spotlight on internet regulation earlier this year, but the laws governing the way we use the web have yet to be decided.
If you have ever had an urge to play Bach at dusk on Locust Walk, your chance has arrived.
Han Dynasty is spicing up Market Street. The Szechuan restaurant, which has sites in Old City, Manayunk, Exton and Royersford, has added University City to its list of locations.