Minneapolis Star Tribune, Dec. 17
Here are key dates in Oregon's discussions with Exeter Group Inc. about a technology project that included a health insurance exchange.
With its struggling health insurance exchange still not working, Oregon is back in touch with a technology vendor it considered but spurned multiple times last year while sticking to an ambitious plan to build a complex online portal from scratch.
A former West Virginia sheriff convicted of hacking his now ex-wife's work computer was sentenced to probation Thursday after she made an emotional plea for leniency.
An air bag worn around the neck for improved safety while skiing is being tested on the World Cup circuit for the first time this week.
You can take our word for it. Americans don't trust each other anymore.
With less than a week until Christmas, a real-life Grinch has stolen the credit and debit card information of about 40 million Target shoppers.
Research firm eMarketer expects spending on mobile advertisements to hit nearly $9.6 billion in the U.S. this year, up from $4.4 billion in 2012 and from less than $1.6 billion in 2011 as Facebook and Google barrel ahead.
Spain's data protection agency says it has fined search engine giant Google 900,000 euros ($1.2 million) for three serious breaches of the country's laws.
A Richmond company has developed the Innovation of the Year for a statewide software competition.
Thirteen years ago, a small circle of people in Northern Kentucky had a vision: to turn the region into a hub for technology and innovation.
Two California officials have announced plans to introduce legislation requiring smartphones to have a "kill switch" that would render stolen or lost devices inoperable.
Several Orange County high school students are accused of hacking into computers to change grades and access tests.
An effort is underway to collect laptop computers for foster care youth in Alaska.
An Albuquerque-based technology firm has been awarded a $60 million contact by the U.S. Air Force.
Acting Utah Attorney General Brian Tarbet is asking the Federal Trade Commission to investigate patent trolls.
West Virginia State University is getting a grant to expand its science, technology, engineering and mathematics research and teaching capacity.
The agency that runs California's health insurance exchange is scrambling to correct a technical problem that left blank spaces in eligibility notices mailed to nearly 114,000 households, leading to consumer confusion just days ahead of the application deadline.
The Secret Service says it is investigating a credit- and debit-card data theft at Target stores.