• Google says Beijing renews China license
    Google on Friday said Beijing has renewed the license it needs to continue operating a website in China, securing the search giant's foothold in the world's biggest Internet market despite tensions over censorship.July 9, 2010
  • New technologies help crack old cases
    Law enforcement agencies have put more focus on solving cold cases in recent years, in part because new technology has made it possible to solve old crimes. Sgt. Anita Muldoon heads up the cold case unit at the St. Paul Police Department and she joined Cathy Wurzer this morning by phone.July 2, 2010
  • Conficker and the evolution of computer viruses
    A mysterious computer virus known as Conficker was spotted two years ago and since then cyber security experts around the world have united to figure out what the attack was all about and what it might mean for the future.Midmorning, June 10, 2010
  • Report: Minnesota a leading state in med-tech industry
    A report from a national trade group confirms Minnesota's role as one of the leading states in the medical technology industry.June 9, 2010
  • St. Paul teacher charged with making child porn now being sued by lawyer known for clergy abuse cases
    A former St. Paul special education teacher charged with producing child pornography now faces a lawsuit filed by the Twin Cities attorney who has made a career out of suing the Catholic Church over clergy sex abuse allegations.May 26, 2010
  • Surveillance society
    Security cameras survey public areas, such as where we withdraw money, where we shop and where we wait for buses or trains. But where does it cross the line from protecting the public to invading one's privacy?Midmorning, May 19, 2010
  • History, in 140 characters or less
    The Library of Congresss has acquired Twitter's entire archive of public tweets. Will future historians learn anything of substance from them? Geek Squad founder Robert Stephens tackles that question and other tech topics.Midmorning, May 14, 2010
  • Qwest business customers lose service
    Qwest says a significant, but as-yet-undetermined number of its business customers lost Internet service for about an hour this morning.May 5, 2010
  • Lawmakers aim for universal broadband access by 2015
    Minnesota's new broadband law aims to give every resident access to a high-speed internet connection by 2015, but missing from the law signed last week by Gov. Tim Pawlenty is a way to foot the bill.May 4, 2010
  • Louisiana-based CenturyLink buying Qwest
    A Louisiana company plans to buy Denver-based Qwest, the leading provider of local phone service in Minnesota and 13 other states.April 23, 2010
  • For teens texting is the new talking
    A new study finds 75 percent of teens own cell phones and prefer using them to text rather than talk. And email, that's for parents. Internet researcher Lee Rainie talks about how teens' use of technology has changed.Midmorning, April 22, 2010
  • Twitter introduces paid tweets, to show up first in searches
    Online messaging service Twitter is introducing advertising, allowing companies to pay to have their messages show up first in searches.April 13, 2010
  • In tough economy, Minn. firm faces unusual problem
    A northern Minnesota company has an unusual problem in the current economy: It can't hire workers fast enough to keep up with growth.April 9, 2010
  • Minn. cities vying for super-fast Internet wait for Google's reply
    For the past month, cities around the country and throughout Minnesota have pulled out all the stops to convince Google they should become a trial location for Google's ultra-high speed broadband network.March 26, 2010
  • Stimulus funds go to lucky few Internet upgrade projects
    A plan to upgrade broadband Internet service in southwest Minnesota will receive nearly $13 million in stimulus money to build the project. But dozens of other applications in the state were turned down.March 8, 2010

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