- Broadband demands rise in Minnesota, but who'll pay the bill?
Sharp differences are emerging over how Minnesota leaders will spread high-speed Internet to more households and businesses around the state. The key question: How much of the budget surplus will they spend?March 17, 2016
- Amazon gets Wall Street's blessing to grab growth now, profits later
Amazon's tiny profits have long fueled questions about the company's growth strategy and how long it can keep the pressure on Target, Best Buy and other traditional retailers. Those questions are fading.January 20, 2016
- Coming soon: More ads on Instagram, and a 'buy' feature on Pinterest
So far, Pinterest's announcement has been getting more positive responses than Instagram's.June 3, 2015
- Firms wonder whether to bite bullet and buy .sucks
Some worry that online venting could reach unprecedented heights with the debut of a new Internet domain. Ralph Nader is featured in a promotional video for the .sucks domain.April 3, 2015
- How secure is your data?
We invited three technology and security experts to talk about the current state of data security.MPR News Update, March 20, 2015
- Does Facebook cause depression? Depends on how you use it
Researchers found Facebook can make you sadder, but only if you're using it to lurk from afar.February 5, 2015
- Facebook suffers self-inflicted outage
The social media giant's Instagram service was also inaccessible.January 27, 2015
- Long-Lost European spacecraft spotted by NASA probe orbiting Mars
The Beagle-2 Mars Lander was lost Christmas Day 2003. Today, British scientists confirmed their spacecraft was found partially deployed on the surface of the Red Planet.January 16, 2015
- Officials: Problem in space station poses no danger to crew
A problem in the U.S. segment of the International Space Station prompted its six-person crew to quickly lock it up and move to a Russian module.January 14, 2015
- U.S. credit cards tackle fraud with embedded chips, but no PINs
This year, more banks will issue cards with small computer chips -- but they're stopping short of another step that will make credit card usage even safer. Retailers aren't happy about it.January 6, 2015
- With downloads in decline, can iTunes adapt?
The drop is attributed to the increasing popularity of streaming music services such as Spotify, Pandora and YouTube.January 6, 2015
- Why buy when you can borrow? App connects people and stuff
A new company allows people to share things like power drills and bicycle pumps by connecting people who need them to people who have them.January 2, 2015
- Vocab-intensive tech encourages 'anytime, anywhere learning'
Sesame Workshop's games are designed to help kids learn words and have fun. One educator says it's never too soon to teach tykes that technology can be more than just entertainment.December 31, 2014
- Possible hack of Sony, Microsoft game console sites
If you can't get your new Sony PlayStation or Microsoft Xbox online today, you can blame the Lizard Squad -- or (indirectly) North Korea. Or maybe neither.December 26, 2014
- As Uber expands, it asks cities for forgiveness instead of permission
Uber is in hyper-growth mode, expanding to more than 50 countries. And while it's hard to quantify, the backlash against the company has grown, too.December 26, 2014