While some hail the rise of e-commerce as the impending doom of the American shopping mall, the world's first "searchable mall" recently launched in Sandy, allowing customers to search and buy in-store items online.
Cosette Jarrett, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
May 11th - 11:59am
In the wake of hoaxes like the Google Doc scam, gone are the days when anyone could open an email and know they were protected from disastrous results. Here are seven ways to keep you and your computer safe.
The headline in your Facebook news feed promised something heartwarming: a spirited octogenarian and a college student finding true friendship, perhaps. But click and you're greeted with a barrage of spammy ads and very little text.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos drew controversy for her appearance while leaders from around the globe discussed the tech education gap at the eighth annual ASU+GSV summit hosted in Salt Lake City.
Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
May 8th - 12:45pm
It's nearly impossible to function these days without some type of internet access. While Utah is the 11th most connected state, over 53,000 Utahns don't have access to any Internet providers. Here is what Utah is doing to expand digital inclusion.
In an effort to solve what's come to be known as "Cold Butt Syndrome," two BYU engineering students have created a lightweight hammock insulator that uses heat transfer to keep hot air in and condensation out.