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3 simple tech tips to help millennial investors enter the stock market

Cosette Jarrett, Contributor  |  Posted  Jul 26th - 11:46am

According to Forbes, only 26 percent of young people under 30 years old are investing in stocks. If you’re ready to start building an investment portfolio to invest in your future, here are some tech tips to help.

A 3-D movie without those goofy glasses? MIT is working on it

Aaron Smith, CNN  |  Posted  Jul 26th - 10:47am

3-D movie goers won't always have to wear those goofy-looking glasses, if MIT gets its way.

Utah entrepreneur getting kids fired up about space science

Sandra Olney  |  Posted  Jul 25th - 11:02pm

As we celebrate Pioneer Day 2016, there is an excitement about a new frontier. The female CEO of one Utah company is helping kids get fired up about the science of space.

Panel recommends options to reduce aviation carbon emissions

Jasen Lee  |  Posted  Jul 25th - 6:25pm

Scientists believe that organically produced bio-fuels could be one of the answers to the environmental challenge posed by the concern of greenhouse gasses emitted around the globe by the commercial aviation industry.

2 Utah companies bringing wireless earbud innovation to the world

Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, Contributor  |  Posted  Jul 25th - 11:44am

Two Utah companies, Fireflies and Elwn have recently brought new wireless earbuds to the market, with new technology and both with very successful kickstarter campaigns. Learn about their motivations, innovations and aspirations.

'Pokemon Go' players stumble on hidden history

Matt O'Brien, Associated Press  |  Posted  Jul 25th - 10:01am

Historical markers have long dotted the landscape, often barely noticed by passers-by — until they became treasure-filled stops this month on the "Pokemon Go" trail.

Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any

Seth Borenstein, Associated Press  |  Posted  Jul 24th - 11:49am

Scientists have come up empty-handed in their latest effort to find elusive dark matter, the plentiful stuff that helps galaxies like ours form.

Girls Go Digital: Summer camps for young girls promote future tech careers

Abby Hobbs  |  Posted  Jul 24th - 9:46am

Sixty-six girls participating in a Girls Go Digital summer camp, hosted by Junior Achievement, met together Monday and Tuesday to learn about computers, programming, technology and design.

Where are they now? 18-year-old Utahn launches ‘world’s fastest drone’

Carter Williams  |  Posted  Jul 22nd - 3:16pm

George Matus graduated from high school earlier this year and went directly to the business world, raising $2.8 million to start a potentially game-changing drone company.

Utah inventions: Prueitt's computer graphics, desalination tank

Katrina Lynn Corbridge Hawkins, Contributor  |  Posted  Jul 22nd - 11:52am

Dr. Melvin Lewis Prueitt did not only imagine great ideas, he strove to make them happen — from revolutionizing computer graphics to inventing ways to decrease air pollution or purify sea water. His ambition in life was to improve the world.

R.I.P.: The world's last VCR will be manufactured this month

Yazhou Sun and Sophia Yan, CNN  |  Posted  Jul 22nd - 9:30am

R.I.P., VCR.

5 tips for teaching your kids to live in a digital world

Alessandra Toscanelli, Contributor  |  Posted  Jul 21st - 4:00pm

We live globally. We live digitally. Teens need opportunities to learn how to thrive using technology to communicate, research, connect, study and work effectively. Parenting is about giving your children the tools to survive in life.

Will Silicon Slopes become Silicon Valley?

Sara Jarman, Contributor  |  Posted  Jul 21st - 11:46am

The moniker Silicon Slopes has become the catchphrase used to depict Utah’s booming tech scene. However, while Silicon Valley and Silicon Slopes have similarities, Utah’s “slopes” are still strikingly different from “the valley."

Children’s hospital embraces Pokémon Go to heal patients

Jessica Ivins  |  Posted  Jul 21st - 8:13am

It’s no secret that Pokémon Go seems to be taking over the world these days, but one children’s hospital is using the game to help its patients feel at home in theirs.

Scientists get closer to creating real-life invisibility cloak

Jacqueline Howard CNN  |  Posted  Jul 20th - 8:02pm

The world doesn't have a "Harry Potter"-like invisibility cloak quite yet, but various research teams around the world have been making progress in figuring out how to build one.

Utah company launches helmet speakers, raises $23K in 24 hours

Carlos Baquerizo  |  Posted  Jul 20th - 3:01pm

On June 23, BE Headwear launched its fourth generation helmet speakers on Kickstarter. The three-year-old company reached its goal of $23,000 in less than 24 hours.

Car review: 4 days with the 2016 Ford Mustang GT

Mike Stapley, Contributor  |  Posted  Jul 20th - 11:54am

The iconic American muscle car seamlessly blends nostalgia and modern technology.

Having stomach troubles? Try swallowing an origami robot

Matt O'Brien, Associated Press  |  Posted  Jul 19th - 8:07pm

Has your child swallowed a small battery? In the future, a tiny robot made from pig gut could capture it and expel it.

Team with Utah ties creates solar-powered, autonomous boat to cross ocean

Sarah Brown, Contributor  |  Posted  Jul 19th - 11:46am

Damon McMillan is the father of SeaCharger, a solar-powered autonomous boat. He shared how SeaCharger is making its way from California to Hawaii on solar power alone.

Got beef with a business? This app handles the dirty work for you

Sara Ashley O'Brien, CNN  |  Posted  Jul 19th - 8:59am

Service is fighting a very good fight. It wants to handle all your customer service woes.