Consumers won’t be able to use Minnesota’s new online marketplace for health insurance as planned Tuesday morning and will have to wait until sometime in the afternoon, the head of the state-run exchange said Monday. April Todd-Malmlov, executive director of MNsure, said officials want to make sure the system connects properly with federal computer systems and that it’s secure before it goes live for consumers. MNsure officials had been saying for months they expected consumers could start signing up at the start of the business day Tuesday. She said they weren’t sure what time in the afternoon the system would be ready. Enrollment begins Tuesday nationwide for coverage under the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act. Roughly 300,000 uninsured Minnesotans are expected to buy insurance via the portal. The delay is one of several glitches in MNsure’s rollout that Todd-Malmlov spoke about late Monday afternoon.
Dozens of Minnesota school districts are in the midst of MCA standardized testing, one of the most stressful weeks of the year for students.
Apple’s tablet will soon be an everyday necessity for students in Farmington schools. By the end of the school year, the district will provide an iPad2 or iPad Mini to all of its 7,330 students and their teachers.
Technology has become a big part of the classroom, and at a couple of schools this year it will be the center of attention.
Have paint, pesticides, old batteries, computers, VHS players and aerosol cans you want to get rid of?
When you buy new electronics like a new iPad or iPhone, there’s always that moment you consider a warranty. But, are those service plans worth the extra money?
For decades, police could only use old gumshoe and physical evidence to solve most crimes. Then the laboratory breakthrough of DNA evidence was added to the detective’s arsenals. But it was only in the mid-2000s that police forensics entered the digital age, ushering in a new era as fingerprints turned electronic.
Let’s face it, computers don’t last forever. But how do you know when it’s time to ditch your old computer for something new? Geek Squad agents take these types of questions all the time from customers at Best Buy.
Spring is the time for annual cleaning and neglecting your computer can do damage. Over time, dust collects inside your computer and experts say it should occasionally be cleaned.
There’s an electronic file-sharing and storing service that’s catching on with both PC and Mac users. Millions of customers have downloaded and are using Dropbox where you can upload your pictures, music, and documents.
The founder of Geek Squad announced that he’s leaving the company, which was acquired by Best Buy a decade ago.
Microsoft has some pretty encouraging predictions for the future of computing jobs in Minnesota.
We are in the era of the digital screen. With all of us spending more time gazing into a screen, is all of that screen time causing damage to our eyesight?
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show featured plenty of cool, new gadgets. But among the biggest hits were ultrabooks, which basically combine laptops and tablets into one device.
WCCO-TV previously reported on the best things to buy this season. Now our experts spill the best times to buy.