Wyoming law enforcement officials say a steering wheel with a keyboard attached is a horrible idea and recommend not using one. The inventor of the product tried to raise $10 million to produce but killed the effort after no one donated any money to it.
Sen. Dan Laursen is championing a bill that would prohibit employers from making employees have microchips implanted in their bodies.
With more than 70 false alerts from iPhones over Christmas weekend, a Colorado, search and rescue responder warns it could be a sign of things to come for Wyoming.
A new feature on Apple phones and watches that calla 911 when skiers fall down is causing chaos in many areas of the country. Wyoming authorities have reached out to Apple but have heard nothing.
With zSpace, entrepreneurs can run simulations of their prototypes, refining them in three dimensions before sending a finished design to a 3D printer.
While Utah and Alabama announced they were the latest states to ban the use of TikTok on state devices, members of Congress introduced legislation to outlaw the app. Wyoming is still evaluating the video sharing program.
A cybersecurity threats grow more common and sophisticated, Gov. Mark Gordon wants more than $7 million to beef up its cyber defenses, including a dedicated law enforcement officer in Wyoming.
A University of Wyoming researcher studying workplace monitoring gave participants a series of tasks as well as an opportunity to cheat. Those who had been told they would be watched were more likely to cheat their employers than those who didn’t know they were being monitored.
With Wyoming lagging near last in the U.S. in available internet speeds and service, Bluepeak’s aggressive plan is building out high-speed fiber-to-home networks around Wyoming and other Western and Midwestern states.
Long before Musk’s offer, a handful of Wyoming legislators in 2021 tried to pass a bill allowing civil suits against social media sites on the basis of “viewpoint discrimination.”
Congressional candidate Harriet Hageman said she was hopeful with the news of Elon Musk’s purchase in Twitter as “the platform is an obvious, aggressive opponent of true freedom of expression.”
Several companies in Wyoming are working to bring high speed broadband access to even the most remote communities in the state.
Caitlin Long, the founder of a Wyoming digital financial company, says Donald Trump’s claim that bitcoin is a “scam” is completely wrong.
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Some rural StarLink broadband users in Wyoming report 150 – 200Mb/s download speeds — more than 100 times what they were getting before
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One of the fastest supercomputers in the world will be in operation in Cheyenne by next year, where it will help scientists research a wide range of weather phenomena that affect society.
An unknown man crashed a Wyoming Animal Damage Management Board Zoom meeting and unleashed a string of profanities until he was booted.
If you are tired of getting bombarded by Facebook’s never-ending voting reminders, there’s a way to turn it off.
Wind River Internet is receiving over $4 million from the Connect America Fund Phase II auction to deploy gigabit speed service to 849 rural homes and businesses on the reservation.
Several Wyoming drone pilots are expressing some concerns about proposed FAA rules that would require drones to broadcast user ID information.
Futurist Jeff Wacker says the future of work could be the biggest issue of the 21st century. Automation, unique robots including microscopic nanobots, and Artificial Intelligence will continue to erode the job market. “I have a friend who says we will always need people to keep the robots running – really? We already have robots that repair other robots.”
Eric Trowbridge, the founder of a Cheyenne technology school aimed at introducing students to computer programming, plans to tell attendees at a national technology conference that technology can work in rural America. Trowbridge, founder and CEO of the Array Technology and Design School, will be one of the speakers at the Silicon Slopes Tech Summit…
It’s been amazing to watch Wyoming become a national policy leader on growing computer science opportunities for our kids, enriching their education and giving them skills to compete in the future.
A Cheyenne company teaching the art of computer programming is launching a Cheyenne chapter of a national organization aimed at encouraging girls to further their computer skills.
Wyoming’s Board of Education has received an attorney general’s opinion on the constitutionality of proposed computer science standards for the state’s schools, a board member said Friday.
Learning computer code, using it to create programs and understanding how information is broken down and delivered by networks are just some of the dozens of computer science lessons that could be taught in Wyoming public schools.
Rep. Tyler Lindholm, R-Sundance, is arguably one of the most active Wyoming politician on social media.
According to BroadbandNow, the State of Wyoming is ranked 46th in the country for broadband connectivity.
A “ransomware” virus shut down the Campbell County Health computer system on Friday, forcing the Campbell County Memorial Hospital to direct incoming emergency patients to other facilities, according to the health system’s website.
A national program aimed at teaching people how to improve their digital skills reached Wyoming last week.
Microsoft Corp. will provide more than $95,000 in grant money to the Wyoming Department of Education to provide computer science training for the state’s school districts.
By Brady Brinton Wyoming game designers will come together in Casper this weekend to collaborate on new video game creations as part of a national “Global Game Jam.” During the event, to begin Friday evening at the Wyoming Technology Business Center, programmers and designers of all skill levels will collaborate to create playable video games.…