Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University analyzed more than 200 million tweets discussing coronavirus or COVID-19 since January.
Apple and Google on Wednesday released long-awaited smartphone technology to automatically notify people if they might have been exposed to the coronavirus.
The Republican Party of Minnesota postponed its state convention Saturday afternoon after an abnormal, “potentially malicious” spike in activity on the party’s voting servers, according to GOP Charirwoman Jennifer Carnahan.
The app is among a rush of new technologies aiming to help companies bring people back to work safely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Star Tribune says it is working to verify if its website was part of a hack that targeted a large group of websites Monday morning.
With the state of Minnesota banning in-person graduation ceremonies, school districts are now changing their plans on how to best honor the Class of 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Across every corner of the state, school kids are trying to wrap up the semester from home with computers, but not every home has an internet connection. At the state Capitol, lawmakers are plugging in.
A little bit of laughter can go a long way, which is why a Minnesota comedian is finding ways to keep the jokes coming amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whether it's for fun, work or school, we are all taking part in a lot more screen time amid this pandemic.
The social media company says it's going to notify users if they liked, reacted or commented on harmful misinformation removed from Facebook's news feed.
With millions of Americans now working from home and students around the country learning online, you may be noticing your internet slowing down. Luckily, there are some ways to fix that.
Hackers have been intruding on Zoom teleconferences, according to the FBI.
Three million children in the United States do not have home internet access, according to the Associated Press.
Private companies like Minnesota's Medtronic are boosting production in order to build equipment to fight COVID-19.
Ben and Ashley Pedretti weren't going to let coronavirus COVID-19 restrictions keep them from walking down the aisle. It wasn't exactly the wedding they'd planned but Ashley's mom Karen May says the couple, and the family, wouldn't have changed a thing.
Uber and Lyft announced on Tuesday that they would be suspending their respective pool and shared options in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
A tough Texas mom is receiving messages of support from other mothers after a photo of her parenting skills in action went viral.
“I couldn't be mad long because it was just so cute how Peyton wrapped his arm around Dash. When Peyton had to go to time-out, I think Dash knew he needed his buddy.”
The Allianz Field staff received assists from the warm sun and some heat lamps to melt the snow on the pitch before home matches in March.
A couple who adopted a newborn daughter in Colorado was heading back home to California and had an unforgettable experience on a Southwest Airlines flight.