Bargain shoppers aren’t waiting until Cyber Monday to do their holiday shopping. At the stroke of midnight Friday shoppers began their buying marathon. But not everyone rushed into stores — instead, they jumped online.
Research in Motion is still trying to correct a worldwide outage affecting BlackBerry cell phone users.
Sometimes, a fashion launch is just too enticing. Target Inc.’s entire website crashed Tuesday, the day the cheap chic retailer launched the online sale of its limited offerings of Missoni for Target.
The Minnesota Attorney General is suing five short-term Internet lenders.
You thought planking was dead, think again! One woman shows you the ultimate planking fail and redemption. Also, owling is hot, but so now is pool posing.
It’s called Owling. If you’re way past planking, hop on the newest thing to hit the internet. Hoot-Hoot!
Nine men from Minnesota and Wisconsin have been arrested in an Internet prostitution sting.
Esme Murphy fills in for Chad Hartman. Here’s an interesting story Esme talked about with a photographer identified 60 years later. Read the story.
The 90-year-old White Castle fast-food chain is embracing cyber era technology by introducing online ordering at all its restaurants.
A former Minnesota nurse convicted of aiding suicides by trolling Internet chat rooms and encouraging depressed people to kill themselves could see little or no time behind bars when he is sentenced Wednesday.
A lot of Twins fans were snapping pictures at the home opener Friday, especially at the Tony Oliva statue unveiling. Now, it’s easier to share those pictures.
Today’s schools might have a tougher time than ever dealing with bullying.
It was not for a lack of effort. Duluth officials spent countless hours and thousands of dollars trying to lure Google’s high-speed fiber broadband network to the northeastern Minnesota city.
The Minnesota Department of Commerce and the nonprofit group Connect Minnesota are set to present a new report Thursday that will serve as the roadmap for expanding high-speed Internet access in the state.
The Minnesota News Council is shutting down after 40 years of promoting fairness in the news media.
A judge in southern Minnesota has denied another request to dismiss the case of a former nurse accused of going online and encouraging two people to kill themselves.
When thousands of Comcast customers in Minnesota lost access to the internet Sunday night, it wasn’t because of severe weather or problems with the power grid. It wasn’t even a problem in the pipes connecting homes to the internet. It was a problem with a DNS server. What’s DNS?
It’s the week before Thanksgiving. The holiday shopping season is about to begin. And certainly none of you people would ever spend valuable time on-the-clock at work shopping on the Internet.
Putting together a list of best blogs in the Twin Cities is something like trying to pick your favorite child: it depends on the day of the week. But I’ve compiled some of my favorite Twin Cities blogs: from food, to nightlife, to arts and cats.
In this Internet age, are your kids spending too much time in front the monitors? Dr. Hilarie Cash is the co-founder and co-executive director of Restart. She talks to Esme about the Internet addiction recovery […]
The Internet and social media have made hooking up much more open and accessible to everyone, and that would include those that can be described as sex addicts. Author Benoit Denizet Lewis discussed the subject […]
There’s a special kind of fish the Gulf that actually likes the oil being spilled into it. In a surfacing tussle for the life of the Internet, Kenny G. has given his thoughts on Prince’s […]