'We Are Really At A Crisis Point For Our Democracy, Economy': Sally Hubbard On Big Tech Corporations & Book 'Monopolies Suck'Big corporations like Facebook, Amazon and Apple dominate our lives, but do they have our best intentions in mind? Sally Hubbard explains why monopolies are ruining our democracy and economy.
How Well Are We Social Distancing?On Tuesday, Minnesota’s Commissioner of Health Jan Malcolm said social distancing is “having a positive impact” on keeping down the number of COVID-19 cases.
Minnesota’s Most-Googled Relationship Question: How To Break Up?Minnesotans are known for long goodbyes, so it might not be too much of a surprise to learn that the most-googled relationship question in the state is: How to break up?
Google Kicks Off Support For Tile To Find Your Lost Keys, Wallet, Etc.Tile is a Bluetooth tracker you can attach to personal items that you tend to lose.
Minnesota's Top Super Bowl Recipe Search Is Cocktail WeeniesOther states that are united with Minnesota in searching for cocktail weenies are Colorado, Tennessee, Mississippi, Virginia, Indiana, and Michigan.
Google, Xcel Power Agreement Approved By RegulatorsThe center could create 50 jobs will annual wages totaling $4 million if Google decides to move forward with the project.
World Leaders, Tech Execs Pledge To Curb Online ViolenceA dozen countries and global tech giants including Facebook, Google and Twitter pledged Wednesday to find ways to keep internet platforms from being used to spread hate, organize extremist groups and broadcast terror attacks.
Sherburne County Approves Tax Break For Google DataA central Minnesota county has agreed to a property tax break for Google to help bring a new $600 million data center to the city of Becker.
Minnesota's Most-Searched Relationship Question Is 'How To Break Up'Arguably it could be worse. Many states searched a variation of "I cheated on my girlfriend/boyfriend."
Google Looking To Build $600M Data Center In BeckerGoogle is looking into building a $600 million data center in central Minnesota that would be powered by two wind farms.
Tired Of Those Spam Calls? Officials Say New Technology Could HelpOfficials say the technology uses artificial intelligence to answer the phone for you, asking the caller who they are and why they're calling.