There aren't many women running companies in Cincinnati's growing technology startup scene. But that's a problem across the country.
While some kids are spending summer break playing video games, others are designing them.
Downtown-based LISNR has another major award to brag about, and an additional founder is working there full-time to help the company grow.
The California Labor Commission has ruled that a driver for popular ride-hailing service Uber should be considered a company employee, not an…
John Matarese breaks down which service is the better choice.
Apple unveiled the newest updates to their line of mobile devices and computers Monday at the 2015 Worldwide Developers Conference. Here are…
The Low Density Supersonic Decelerator will allow NASA to send heavier craft to Mars.
Rodney Williams has big plans for Cincinnati-based LISNR.
The skies got really dark and the rain was coming down when John received a tornado warning on his smartphone.
Step one: Don't use a manufacturer’s default password. Step two: Set up a virtual private network.
Looking for additional incentives to wear that fitness tracker or smartwatch? How about rewards like e-coupons for your favorite protein bars…
Want to control what kind of push alerts we send you? Now you can with the upgraded WCPO - 9 On Your Side news app.
A Crittenden mother is distraught after she says would-be scam artists stole pictures of her daughter and used the images to try to trick people.
Advanced 3D imaging of the face could help detect autism in children.
Two graduate students have invented a device that would allow law enforcement officers to determine how much THC -- the active ingredient in…
As the world heads further to a digital-only format when it comes to banking, job applications and more, improving your cyber security has…
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The mystery surrounding remains of a child mummy who died hundreds of years ago were answered Monday in Cincinnati.
Facebook announced that users will be able to send money to their friends through messages.
Good news for Cards Against Humanity fans, bad news for their employers: the game is now available to play online.
Facebook has decided to pull a status option that suggested users were "feeling fat" after an online petition got 16,000 supporters.