Technology

Digi Int’l CEO Retires; Search Firm Tapped

After about 15 years as president, CEO, and chairman of Digi International, Joseph Dunsmore plans to retire this year.

April 23, 2014

Architect plans 3-D printed, two-story home in Minnesota

Andrey Rudenko wants to print a house. He wants it to be two stories, he tells 3DPrint.com, a 10-by-15-meter home (including insulation and plumbing) constructed with the emerging technology that...

April 23, 2014

State Senate approves restrictions on cell phone tracking

The Minnesota Senate has passed a measure to restrict the use of cell phone-tracking devices by law enforcement agencies. The bill, which was approved on a 56-1 vote Tuesday, requires police to...

April 22, 2014

Whistleblower lawyers hunt for fraud in historic Medicare data

Just hours after the massive, first-ever recent release by the federal government of detailed Medicare billing data, an army of lawyers began combing through the numbers looking for evidence of...

April 22, 2014

MN Tech Events Seek Innovative Apps

The end of April brings to Minnesota multiple technology development contests that attempt to solve real-world problems in new ways.

April 22, 2014

The Story Of Ability Network, An Under-The-Radar Co. That Landed $550M

Investors poured half a billion dollars into a firm that many Minnesotans have never heard of.

April 21, 2014

U of M set to open new state-of-the-art Physics and Nanotech Building

People can get a first look at The University of Minnesota‘s new Physics and Nanotechnology Building on Thursday, April 24. The 144,000-square-foot, $84.5 million building includes 43,000...

April 21, 2014

Scott Davis

Why Mobile Game QONQR Fears Success (All At Once)

April 21, 2014

New company to take over MNsure website, systems

Minnesota’s online health insurance marketplace, MNsure, has named a new vendor to overhaul overhaul its troubled website and computer systems. Deloitte Consulting LLP’s contract is worth $4...

April 16, 2014

Under pressure to act, cell phone makers to add 'kill switch' to new devices

Apple, AT&T and 11 other smartphone makers and wireless companies have agreed to add “kill switch” technology to their devices starting next year in an effort to deter cell phone...

April 15, 2014

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