Dad Wows The Internet With 'Single Ladies' RoutineSteve Haddad from Michigan put on a black leotard and performed alongside his daughters to the song by Beyonce, Matt Brickman reports (0:45). WCCO This Morning - January 4, 2018
Obama: Internet Can Give People Different RealitiesFormer President Barack Obama appears to take a thinly-veiled swipe at President Trump's Twitter habits in a rare and wide-ranging radio interview with Britain's Prince Harry, reports Ben Lewis (1:49). WCCO 4 News At 5 – December 27, 2017
Facebook Unveils New Features To Keep Pests AwayThe social media giant is also rolling out a new facial recognition feature that allows you to see photos of yourself that others have posted even if you're not tagged, Kim Johnson reports (1:07). WCCO This Morning - December 20, 2017
‘It’s Against The Concept Of The Internet’Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is responding after the FCC voted to overturn "net neutrality" regulations, reports Jennifer Mayerle (0:57). WCCO Saturday Morning – December 16, 2017
Klobuchar: Net Neutrality Repeal Is ‘Against The Concept Of The Internet’Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is responding after the FCC voted to overturn "net neutrality" regulations, Amelia Santaniello reports (0:55). WCCO 4 News At 5 – Dec. 15, 2017
FCC Votes Down Obama-Era 'Net Neutrality' RulesCBS' Laura Podesta explains why critics think the change will lead to higher prices for consumers (2:01). WCCO 4 News at 5 - Dec. 14, 2017
What Would The Net Look Like Post-Net Neutrality?The rules keep internet service providers from prioritizing one web company over another. Critics say that could lead to slower speeds for some companies and higher costs for consumers, Laura Podesta reports (2:04). WCCO 4 News At Noon - December 14, 2017
Ex-Facebook Execs Warn It's Rewiring Our BrainsTwo people instrumental in creating Facebook are now sounding the alarm about what the social media site may be doing to us and, more specifically, kids (2:41). WCCO Mid-Morning - December 13, 2017
Amazon Introduces 'Alexa For Business'Amazon is reportedly planning to expand its voice activated assistant Alexa into the workplace. The e-commerce giant is expected to introduce "Alexa For Business" (2:21). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 30, 2017
What Is Net Neutrality?You may have heard the term net neutrality. It's been in a lot of people's news feeds these days as the FCC will soon vote on whether to change it, Heather Brown reports (2:28). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Nov. 27, 2017
What's The Next Big Tech Thing?Most people think the Smartphone is the most life-changing tech invention of the past 25 years. The survey that found that also asked what people thought would be the next big thing in the next 25 years (2:54). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 27, 2017
Amazon List Shows Most-Wanted Black Friday DealsJust a few more days till Black Friday when people will be hunting down bargains (3:07). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 21, 2017
Solitude Away From Your Devices Is Calming, Research SaysResearch says spending time truly alone, without other people or electronic devices, decreased the intensity level of both positive and negative energy (1:56). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 20, 2017
It's National Unfriend DayPeople have been unfriending people since the early days of social media, but Jimmy Kimmel decided to make it into a day in 2010. There are lots of tips online for who to unfriend, like ex-boyfriends or girlfriends, and also people that you don't ever actually see in person (1:41). WCCO This Morning - November 17, 2017
Google Claims It'll Post Wait Times At Restaurants, Grocery StoresGoogle says users can already try the feature by tapping a restaurant's name in Google, Kim Johnson reports (1:08). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 8, 2017
What Corporations Need To Know About CybersecurityIn his new book, "Secure Enough? 20 Questions on Cybersecurity for Business Owners and Executives," technology expert and industry insider Byce Austin hopes to help (3:00). WCCO This Morning - November 2, 2017
Esme Murphy Breaks Down Hearing On Russian Social MediaSen. Al Franken pushed Facebook's general counsel on how they didn't connect the dots that election ads were being bought by Russia (1:55). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 1, 2017
Facebook Test Splits News Feed To Emphasize Posts From FriendsOne news feed would be for original content from friends and family and the other posts from publishers and businesses. Right now the change is being tested in six countries, none of which are the United States (3:04). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 26, 2017
Dayton Tells Security Conference Minnesota Prone To Cyber AttacksGovernor Mark Dayton today told a national cyber-security conference meeting in Minneapolis that Minnesota's state computer systems are prone to attack, Pat Kessler reports (2:01). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Oct. 24, 2017
AIM Says It Will Not BRBAfter 20 years, AOL says it is discontinuing its pioneering Instant Messenger Service. Instant Messenger will go offline on Dec. 15 (3:10). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 9, 2017
N.Y. Considers Ban On Anonymous Political Facebook AdsA Democratic State Senator says his proposal would discourage false or misleading ads while informing citizens about those trying to influence their votes (2:41). WCCO Mid-Morning - October 4, 2017
Big Mouth Billy Bass, Play 'Digger Digger'Amazon announced yesterday that Alexa will be compatible with future versions of Big Mouth Billy Bass later this year via Bluetooth, Jason DeRusha reports (0:31). WCCO This Morning - September 28, 2017
Delta To Offer Free Texting On FlightsTravelers can message via Apple's iMessage, What'sApp and Facebook. However, the service does not allow you to send pictures or video, Kim Johnson reports (). WCCO This Morning - September 28, 2017
Should Twitter Expand Its Character Length Limit?The company says it wants to give users more characters to express themselves but, for now, it's testing the larger limit with a small number of users (2:44). WCCO Mid-Morning - September 27, 2017

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