The 2018 election is shaping up as the biggest one yet for digital political communication.
How might the so-called autonomous car change our lives — and the shape of the metro area?
A European court ruling upholds a Spaniard’s ‘right to be forgotten.’
The utility of Google cookies in cyber exploitation and espionage comes as no surprise to some. NSA officials maintain their practices are practical and legal.
Like other aspects of NSA surveillance, virtually everything about this kind of NSA surveillance is highly secret and we’re left with far from a full picture.
Warnings that may have appeared earlier in the day have been resolved; the site is safe to visit.
An effort to add Nigeria’s capital to Google Maps might improve its security.
As intrigue mounts over Google Chairman Eric Schmidt’s trip to North Korea, here’s the tech and gaming scene that may interest him.
Baidu, China’s biggest search engine, has quietly and successfully extended services to other countries in the developing world.
Google’s top executive Marissa Mayer has been named the new CEO of Yahoo!
Google is updating its search engine services in mainland China to warn users when they are inputting keywords likely to result in interference by censors and suggest they use other possible search terms.
MinnPost programmer Kevin Schaul was one of six students chosen for a new national scholarship program.
Three of the largest Twin Cities news sites get less social-network-referred traffic than the national average.
In 2011, newspapers lost about $2.1 billion in print advertising. Meanwhile, their digital advertising grew by about $207 million.
The major players in the new digital economy are attaining tremendous positions of dominance.