Technology Archive

Amid Funding Questions, Technology in Education Bill Moves to Full House

(KCPW News) A much-heralded plan to introduce more technology in Utah’s classrooms was heard in a legislative committee on Wednesday. Dubbed the Public

UTOPIA Audit Reveals Financial Woes

A performance audit of the Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency, or UTOPIA was presented to state lawmakers Wednesday at the Capitol. KCPW’s

NASA Brings Space Exploration Exhibit to Salt Lake City

NASA is in Salt Lake City for the weekend with its traveling exhibit “Driven to Explore.” The free exhibit is set up

Engineering Students Face Off in Human Powered Vehicle Challenge

Engineering students from colleges and universities throughout the West gathered in Tooele over the weekend to compete in the Human Powered Vehicle

CityViews 3/6/12: Ethics in Gene Research/Ethics and Technology

  Segment 1: Ethics & Genetics   DNA research can reveal a lot about you, from your ancestral roots to your susceptibility

CityViews 2/21/12: Lessons from the Cold War/Living the Tech Life

  Segment 1:  Lessons from the Cold War History, according to Frederick Kempe, has been kind to President John Kennedy. After pouring

Forbes Ranks SLC 4th for Tech Jobs

Salt Lake City is gaining national recognition for its achievements in the tech industry. Forbes has rated Utah’s capital city fifth in

Doppler Radar on Wheels Comes to Salt Lake City

A truck that’s typically used to chase twisters in the Midwest is making rounds in Utah this month to get an unprecedented

CityViews 11/1/11: Combating Cyberbullying

Segment 1: Bullying is going virtual. A recent survey showed that 19 percent of Utah’s nearly 50,000 elementary and middle school students

Google Helps Hundreds of Utah Businesses Get Online

By the end of today, hundreds more Utah businesses will be reaching customers online. Google is teaming up with small business owners

Salt Lake City Responds to Complaints Via iPhone App

Annoyed by a junk car on your neighbor’s lawn or an ugly patch of weeds? Well, Salt Lake City residents now have

TSA Using New Imaging Method in Salt Lake City

Responding to privacy concerns, the Transportation Security Administration has changed the way it does full-body scanning at many airports. KCPW’s Jeff Robinson

FCC Says Millions Still Lack High Speed Internet Access

Twenty-six million Americans still don’t have high-speed Internet access, according to the FCC’s annual report to Congress. As KCPW’s Whittney Evans reports,

Utah’s New Natural History Museum to Be “Very Green”

The new Utah Museum of Natural History set to open this fall will not only be a place to view many of