A variety of technologies are enabling public health officials to track potentially infected individuals, enforce quarantine measures, create community-wide awareness about the virus, and plan coordinated responses to deal with resource shortages.
One big issue for cities is the increased number of antennas, or as the industry calls it: “network densification.”
The Legislature re-instituted an “angel” tax credit and created “Launch Minnesota” to nurture the state’s tech scene. Lawmakers also agreed to spend $40 million on a grant program to help build infrastructure for rural high-speed internet.
As a region, the Midwest is expected to be highly impacted by automation in the workplace. Minnesota stands out as an exception.
Empowering under-represented communities to find jobs in tech isn’t the only way to shrink Minnesota’s income gap, but it’s an important one with a lot of promise.
As the Minneapolis City Council considers imposing rules to govern the Bird electric scooter rental service, MinnPost answers your most pressing questions.
By any measure of military footprint Minnesota lags behind its neighboring and peer states.
The application, FieldWatch, gives every officer in the field with an iPhone the ability to stream video from his or her location back to a central command center.
The technologies examined for the annual list included everything “from beds and stretchers to large, complex imaging systems.”
In going after Amazon’s HQ2, Dayton has displayed a level of reticence that is at odds with his long history of courting companies to Minnesota.
To prepare them for the tech workforce, which boasts more jobs than workers, the program equips participants with coding experience and certificates. It then connects them to paid internships.
Culturally, the Wi-Fi network name more or less lands somewhere between a vanity plate (but more democratic) and a custom doormat (but more ephemeral).
We stand today at the brink of a major transformation in our relationship to the technology that we’ve created.
If Minnesota is to remain one of the premier places to live, work, learn and do business, we must leverage the power of the state to improve our broadband problem.
Shared workspaces put entrepreneurs in close proximity to others, creating synergies that don’t readily form between geographically isolated businesses.
Guides to bars, restaurants and sundry other spots can be found on apps created by out-of-town developers. But what about mobile apps developed locally?
Imagine: real-time feeds of boxscore data, “mascot view,” on-court augmented reality and more.
Rep. John Lesch and others are considering a law change that would require judicial review for law enforcement to use devices like Kingfish and Stingray.
Evidence from around the country suggests states often lack the IT talent necessary to make these big ambitious projects successful.
As a result of the court ruling, telecommunications giants are now free to charge higher rates for certain content providers. Critics say it will create a system of online haves and have-nots.