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The Technology 202: State unemployment websites are crashing amid reco…

With Tonya Riley A woman uses her computer to fill out the application for unemployment benefits after being laid off. Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Ctrl + N State unemployment websites across the country are crashing as fired Americans rush to seek benefits amid

How I Created a Change Culture for Technology Implementations > CEOWOR…

The benefits of a modern technology infrastructure are attractive. And there are rewards such as business insights, greater efficiencies and cost savings to be gained by getting the implementation right. But great technology implementations can be complex. Getting it right can take hard work

The Technology 202: President Trump unveils new supercomputing initiat…

With Tonya Riley President Trump speaks during a Coronavirus Task Force news conference (Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA/Bloomberg) Ctrl + N President Trump announced the White House will join forces with major tech companies to pool supercomputing resources in the battle against the novel coronavirus.  Trump

The Technology 202: Coronavirus crisis tests Silicon Valley’s relation…

President Trump holds up tweets from Google as he speaks during a press briefing about the coronavirus alongside US Vice President Mike Pence on March 15, 2020. (Photo by JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images) With Tonya Riley Ctrl + N The coronavirus crisis is

The Technology 202: California’s digital team is racing to build coron…

With Tonya Riley Note to readers: The Technology 202 will run on a limited schedule next week, publishing only Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. In the meantime, we hope you’re staying safe and washing your hands.  A street performer sits alone at Fisherman’s Wharf in

Amazon selling cashierless checkout technology to other retailers

After more than a year in beta, Amazon opened their cashier-less grocery store to the public Stephen Brashear | Getty Images Amazon said Monday it will begin selling the cashierless checkout technology that powers its Go stores to other retailers.  The “Just Walk Out”

RCMP denied using facial recognition technology – then said it had bee…

Just weeks after the RCMP denied using facial recognition technology, it acknowledged that it had been using Clearview AI’s controversial software — which has harvested billions of personal photos from social media — for months. A few weeks ago, CBC Nova Scotia reached out to the national

Tech Traction: Ben Franklin Technology Partners helps promising start-…

When you think of high-tech hotspots, central Pennsylvania may not be the first place to come to mind. But maybe it should rank higher. John Sider thinks so. Sider works for the Ben Franklin Technology Partners, one of the nation’s longest-running technology-based economic development

Image Gallery puts a lot of technology behind your smile – Business – …

Lonni Thompson, founder and CEO of the Dublin-based boutique dental laboratory Image Gallery, has become a go-to for local dentists on the top materials, procedures and technologies in the industry. Lonni Thompson founded her boutique dental laboratory 40 years ago, and her artistic sensibilities

Wisconsin Elections Commission launches pilot test of new voting techn…

The Wisconsin Elections Commission, Rock County, and the Town of Fulton are partnering with Microsoft and VotingWorks to test new voting technology during the Spring Primary on Tuesday, February 18. Voters in the Town of Fulton will test a voting system that uses Microsoft’s