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  1. IBM tops Street 4Q forecasts

    01.19 / 21:48 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) on Thursday reported fourth-quarter profit of $4.5 billion. The Armonk, New York-based company said it had net income of $4.72 per share. Earnings, adjusted for … Click to Continue…
  2. 10 Things to Know for Thursday

    01.19 / 02:12 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday: 1. OBAMA HOLDS FINAL WHITE HOUSE NEWS CONFERENCE For all his campaign warnings … Click to Continue…
  3. Correction: Wind Energy story

    01.18 / 20:05 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    In a story Jan. 17 about a wind energy project, The Associated Press reported erroneously on the Long Island Power Authority's plans. LIPA spokesman Sid Nathan says the utility plans … Click to Continue…
  4. Tech Q&A: Vista updates aren't the real problem

    01.18 / 09:40 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Q: I read in your column that Windows 7 isn't updating properly (see tinyurl.com/zzhdlyf). Do you know why I can't update my PC's Windows Vista 64-bit operating system? I'd like … Click to Continue…
  5. The Latest: NV Democrats will resist private school vouchers

    01.18 / 05:23 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    The Latest on Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval's State of the State address and two-year budget proposal (all times local PST): 9 p.m. The Democratic leader of Nevada's Senate doesn't like … Click to Continue…
  6. FTC sues Qualcomm alleging monopoly of semiconductor device

    01.17 / 23:53 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    The Federal Trade Commission is suing Qualcomm Inc. for allegedly maintaining a monopoly over a key device used in cellphones and other electronics. The agency said Tuesday that Qualcomm, the … Click to Continue…
  7. Editorial Roundup: Recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers

    01.17 / 16:30 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Here are excerpts from recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers: Tahlequah Daily Press. Jan. 13, 2017. All U.S. presidents have the right to appoint members of their cabinets, and they should … Click to Continue…
  8. Amazon plans to bring 2,500 new jobs to New Jersey

    01.13 / 09:07 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Officials with Amazon have announced that the popular online retailer plans to add 2,500 new full-time jobs in New Jersey over the next year and a half. NJ.com reports (http://bit.ly/2jqmYPF … Click to Continue…
  9. Asian stocks mixed after China data

    01.13 / 04:13 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Asian stock markets were mixed on Friday as disappointing Chinese trade data dented already bleak investor sentiment following U.S. President-elect's Donald Trump's news conference. The U.S. dollar rebounded. KEEPING SCORE: … Click to Continue…
  10. Technology trends from CES 2017 to watch

    01.12 / 20:53 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Last week at CES, the world got a glimpse of the trends that will dominate technology for the rest of this year. The electronics trade show is one of the … Click to Continue…
  11. Malicious adware found on state Legislature computers

    01.12 / 10:29 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Arizona officials say they found malware on a laptop computer at the state Legislature that triggered concerns of system-wide hack. A Department of Administration spokeswoman said Wednesday that a forensic … Click to Continue…
  12. Latest: Virginia House to post floor session video online

    01.11 / 20:25 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    The Latest on the Virginia General Assembly's 2017 legislative session starting (all times local): 3 p.m. The Virginia House of Delegates is making recorded floor sessions available for the public … Click to Continue…
  13. State presses McLaren Hospital in Flint on Legionnaires'

    01.11 / 19:49 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    State health officials say they're following up on 17 cases of Legionnaires' disease last year in Genesee County after winning a legal dispute over access to records. The Department of … Click to Continue…
  14. Ex-federal prosecutor chosen to head Pitt Cyber Institute

    01.11 / 16:09 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Pittsburgh's former federal prosecutor will be the founding director of the University of Pittsburgh institute for Cyber Law, Policy and Security. David Hickton resigned in November as U.S. Attorney responsible … Click to Continue…
  15. Small-town video store battles technology

    01.11 / 07:33 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Set back off Coffeen Avenue stands a business that continues to withstand the blows technology delivers. Through the times of big chain retailers like Blockbuster, city-scattered Redbox locations and entertainment … Click to Continue…
  16. The Latest: Sessions has no reason to doubt Russian hacking

    01.10 / 18:05 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    The Latest on the Senate confirmation hearing for President-elect Donald Trump's selection for attorney general (all times EST): 12:50 p.m. Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions says he "has no reason to … Click to Continue…
  17. Shoreview researcher makes gadgets for older adults

    01.09 / 06:40 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Here are a few gadgets we might see in the near future: A where-did-I-put-my-teeth smartphone app to locate dentures equipped with special antennas. A hands-free car wash for your teeth. … Click to Continue…
  18. Mines honors program helps community and teaches leadership

    01.09 / 02:25 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Jim Bussell couldn't say enough about the help provided by a pair of South Dakota School of Mines & Technology students in the Rushmore Little League's quest to improve its … Click to Continue…
  19. Willow invented a breast pump that isn't awful

    01.08 / 21:33 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    Willow’s smart breast pump wearable could change the way mothers pump breast milk for the better. … Click to Continue »…
  20. New Mexico high court OKs new online access to court records

    01.07 / 08:23 kansascity.com KansasCityStar-Tech
    New Mexico's court system plans to allow attorneys, law enforcement agencies and the news media to have secure online access to state court records in most civil and criminal cases. … Click to Continue…