Smart Luggage, Self-Driving Cars And More At CES 2019Lots of high-tech firms use the annual Consumer Electronics Show to showcase their latest products and innovations (2:59). WCCO Mid-Morning - January 4, 2019
Expert Shares Benefits Of Severing Cable TiesIf saving money is on your list of New Year's resolutions, maybe you've thought about cutting cable, Kate Raddatz reports (2:07). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Dec. 22, 2018
Would You Ditch Your Smartphone For A Year For $100,000?Vitaminwater challenges smartphone addicts to abandon their devices for 365 unimaginable days (2:34). WCCO Mid-Morning - December 17, 2018
St. Paul Cops Respond To Noise Complaint, End Up Playing Super Smash Bros.Two St. Paul police officers have become internet sensations after dealing with a weekend noise complaint by playing video games with the young men inside (1:02). WCCO Mid-Morning - December 12, 2018
Are More People Becoming Nearsighted?A new study shows phones and tablets could increase the odds your children will be near-sighted, Heather Brown reports (2:48). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 9, 2018
Companies Working On Phones With Flapping, Folding ScreensSamsung showed off the bendable smartphone during its annual developers conference yesterday (2:10). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 8, 2018
Rate Of Cord-Cutting AcceleratesAccording to a media and telecommunications research firm, cable and satellite TV providers lost about 1.1 million subscribers during the July-to-September period (3:03). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 8, 2018
Credit Bureaus Tighten Security After Equifax BreachA year after a massive security breach to one of the nation's leading credit bureaus, changes are being made to security, Kate Raddatz reports (1:59). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Sept. 26, 2018
Punctuation In Texts Is Stressing People OutThe phrase "exclamation point anxiety" is coming into popular use (3:20). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 15, 2018
CVS Launches Virtual Doctor VisitsThe digital doctor is available through the pharmacy app, and costs $59 per visit (3:12). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 9, 2018
3-D Gun Controversy Opens Up Questions On ProcessCritics say 3-D guns will harder to detect because they're made from plastic, Heather Brown reports (3:13). WCCO Mid-Morning - August 3, 2018
Where Do Most People Shop Online?Only 10 percent of purchases currently happen online, but it's growing, Heather Brown reports (2:50). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 20, 2018
Facial Recognition Software Spotting Kids At CampWaldo Photos has been selling the service to identify specific children in photos provided daily to parents by many sleep away camps (2:32). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 19, 2018
Study Links Smartphone Use, ADHDResearchers surveyed more than 2,500 high school students who did not have symptoms (2:35). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 19, 2018
VITALS App Helps Officers Help Poeple With DisabilitiesA new app is helping police officers help people with disabilities. The VITALS app launched less than a year ago, Kate Raddatz reports (1:47). WCCO 4 News at 6 - July 11, 2018
Snapshots Impair People's Memory Of Events, Study FindsResearchers had people take a virtual museum tour (3:19). WCCO Mid-Morning - July 2, 2018
Study Finds Built-In Car Systems More DistractingNew research from AAA shows drivers are less distracted when they use Apple Carplay and Google's Android Auto compared to systems that come built into vehicles (3:11). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 27, 2018
Should Companies Admit To Using Virtual Influencers?LiL Miquela has more than a million followers. She's a computer generated image created by a Los Angeles startup called Brud (2:54). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 26, 2018
2018's Top New Social Media-Driven TrendsLifestyle contributor Jasmine Stringer shows off some trends (3:07). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 19, 2018
'Gaming Disorder’ Added To List Of Mental Health ConditionsNot all psychologists agree that gaming disorder is worthy of inclusion in the International Classification of Diseases (3:14). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 18, 2018
Facebook Use Falling Among TeensA Pew Research Center survey shows 85 percent of kids 13 to 17 in the U.S. use YouTube. Instagram comes in second, followed by Snapchat (2:28). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 11, 2018
FBI: Reset Your Router To Avoid Russian HackingThe FBI wants you to reboot your Internet router over concerns that Russian hackers might be tapping into your devices, Christiane Cordero reports (2:21). WCCO 4 News at 5 - May 29, 2018
How To 'Detox' From Your SmartphoneAddiction comes from how using it negatively impacts your quality of life, including your relationships, schoolwork, job performance and finances, Vince Gerasole reports (3:00). WCCO 4 News At 10 - May 27, 2018
Amazon Echo Sends Family's Private Chat To Random ContactAmazon says they take privacy "very seriously." They called this a "rare occurrence" and they're investigating to ensure that it does not happen again, Gary Horcher reports (). WCCO 4 News At 5:30 - May 27, 2018

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