Kitchen Pantry Scientist: Fun Ideas To Get Kids Involved In New Year’sKitchen Pantry Scientist Liz Heinecke is here this Mid-Morning with some fun ideas. (4:24) WCCO Mid-Morning – Dec. 26, 2018
Targeted Ads: What They Are & How They End Up On All Your DevicesChristiane Cordero joins us live from our townhouse to explain those targeted ads that we're all familiar with… and how they can end up on multiple devices in your home. (2:11) WCCO This Morning – Dec. 19, 2018
‘Fortnite’ Creators Face More Lawsuits Over Dance EmotesThe maker of the popular video game Fortnite faces more lawsuits from celebrities for allegedly using their famous dance moves. (1:53) WCCO 4 News At Noon – Dec. 18, 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
Avoiding Scams On Your Phone This Holiday SeasonWe take a look at cellphone scams and how to avoid them. (2:50) WCCO Mid-Morning – Dec. 12, 2018
Most Think We'll Be Better Off With RobotsSome like Tesla and Space-X's Elon Musk and the late Stephen Hawking worry about its impact (3:03). WCCO Mid-Morning - December 11, 2018
Millennials Don’t Like Talking On The Phone, Survey SuggestsThe generation says that phone calls are too time consuming (2:53). WCCO Mid-Morning - December 10, 2018
Ecolab Gifts 'U' $5M For Research Into Environmental SustainabilityEcolab has pledged to give a $5 million gift to the University of Minnesota. (0:37) WCCO Mid-Morning – Dec. 7, 2018
Research Shows More Younger People Are ‘Sleep Texting’New research shows more teens and college students are *sleep* texting. The news team discusses. (2:46) WCCO Mid-Morning – Nov. 28, 2018
Is Social Media Making Us Happy Or Miserable?Some spend their lives searching for happiness, and with smartphones close by, many of us look for it online. But is social media making us happy or miserable? Liz Collin reports (4:01). WCCO 4 News at 10 - Nov. 19, 2018
Are Robots Taking Over The Workplace?A new study says humans are still in the firm majority on manufacturing floors (3:35). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 19, 2018
What It’s Like To Ride In A Self-Driving CarChristiane Cordero took a ride in a semi-autonomous Tesla and spoke with Minnesotans about how they feel about the potentially game-changing technology (3:12). WCCO This Morning – Nov. 16, 2018
Viewers Weigh In On Overusing PhonesWCCO Mid-Morning – Nov. 14, 2018
Ask A Pediatrician: Approaching ‘Screen Time’ Limits For ChildrenThe American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children between the ages of 2 and 5 have less than one hour of screen time per day. They also say parents should be empowered to set their own limits for children ages six and older. So we asked our Mid-Morning pediatrician, Dr. Gigi Chawla from Children's Minnesota to talk about how families should approach screen time. (3:24) WCCO Mid-Morning – Nov. 14, 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
In 2019, Half Of All Cell Calls Could Be RobocallsNow, phone companies will screen those calls for you, either warning you of possible spam or letting you learn more about why someone's calling, Christiane Cordero reports (4:31). WCCO Mid-Morning - November 9, 2018
Should We Do This, To Attract Aliens?Researchers at MIT say light from a laser could spark interest from extraterrestrials, Jason DeRusha reports (1:14). 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
Hi-Tech Mouth Guard Helping Football Teams Track ImpactsWe're used to mouth guards keeping athletes safer, but a new one developed by an Edina company takes it to a whole new level -- protecting teeth and brains, reports David McCoy (2:49). High School Sports Rally – November 2, 2018
Algorithm Creates Painting, Which Sells For $432KArtificial intelligence and a mathematical algorithm created this portrait, Kim Johnson reports (0:25). WCCO 4 News At Noon - October 29, 2018
School Districts Turning To ‘Active Alert’ AppA Hudson security company has developed a school shooting notification tool for cellphones, reports Bill Hudson (1:48). WCCO 4 News At 5 – October 23, 2018
New Technology Could Put End To RobocallsThe latest technology by Google protects you from spam calling (0:41). WCCO 4 News At 5 -- Oct. 22, 2018

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