The cofounder of the social news site reddit is the author of “Without Their Permission: How the 21st Century Will Be Made Not Managed.”
Roughly two dozen Minnesota companies — including 3M, Imation, Sleep Number and Stratasys — will present new technology and products at the international show in Las Vegas.
China moon landing: China joined elite company today with the controlled landing of its “Jade Rabbit” rover on the moon. China follows the US and Soviet Union as the third country with a controlled — or “soft” — landing on the moon.
WASHINGTON — Franken’s bill is one of a dozen to address government survillance programs after revelations about them this summer.
The gadget maker is humbling Japan’s once proud electronics industry, and may kill it.
The Middle East is becoming a hotbed of online entrepreneurs. E-commerce sales grew 70 percent in 2011, outpacing all other regions.
In Minnesota and across the country, technology issues have prevented enrollees from signing up for coverage.
WASHINGTON — On iPhone 5S release day, Franken said he’s got questions about the phone’s new fingerprint technology.
InformationWeek recently released its annual ranking of 250 companies that it deemed best at using information technology.
Many health-related websites share information collected from visitors to their sites with third-party advertising and marketing companies, according to a research letter in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine.
Warnings that may have appeared earlier in the day have been resolved; the site is safe to visit.
High tech in Minneapolis is still more or less drowning in testosterone, but some strong local initiatives are pointing the way toward more opportunities.
Many apps make claims not backed by any scientific evidence.
The historic Minneapolis building, once given over entirely to commodities like wheat and rye, is turning into one of the major hubs for high-tech in the Twin Cities.
When digital sleuths found Flame — a massive cyberespionage campaign targeting Iran — they were astounded. Now, it seems, Flame was just the tip of the iceberg.
What can the Twin Cities learn from other communities’ success with municipal broadband? For one thing, that “bright cable” has a bright future.
An FBI shutdown of a hacker’s server could leave many without Internet access.
Unlike cybercriminals who typically convert ill-gotten data into quick cash, the attacker appeared to be trying to win long-term economic and strategic advantage for an unknown client in China.
MinnPost programmer Kevin Schaul was one of six students chosen for a new national scholarship program.