Responding to privacy concerns, the Transportation Security Administration has changed the way it does full-body scanning at many airports. KCPW’s Jeff Robinson
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,
The new Utah Museum of Natural History set to open this fall will not only be a place to view many of
Eight more grants funded with federal stimulus dollars will go to Utah tech companies collaborating with the state’s colleges and universities.
The largest teachers’ union in the state wrapped up its two-day annual convention today at the South Towne Expo Center. KCPW’s Elizabeth
iPhone applications help people explore the outdoors, tie knots, manage finances and keep up with current events. Some apps are also helping
Updates about the Machine Gun Fire in Herriman went out via Twitter accounts. It was the first time Herriman City had used
The president of Internet service provider XMission is calling for regulation of DSL providers like Qwest in response to purportedly anti-competitive practices.
Adobe will expand its Orem-based facility, with the potential to create 1,000 new jobs in Utah by 2012. Governor Gary Herbert made
University of Utah researchers pulled in more than $450 million in funding last year, a record amount for their steadily increasing number