Facebook Community Boost will Offer Training for St. Louis BusinessesThe program manager says they'll offer extended training for small business owners.
Q&A: What Facebook's Shift Could Mean to Users, BusinessesNow it's Zuckerberg's personal goal for 2018 to fix the site and weed out hate, abuse, meddling by malicious nation states, while also making it more "meaningful'' and less depressing for users.
New Smartphone App Can Tell You What to Make for DinnerIt's Yummly 2.0, one of the software hits at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Worst Passwords of 2017 Revealed Americans still use weak passwords to protect their accounts and devices
BBB Warns of Tech Support ScamsThe tech support scam is the latest thing to watch out for.
St. Charles 'Hour of Code' Encourages Coding for EveryoneMonday kicks off a week long of activities dedicated to coding in St. Charles County.
Local Business Owner Offers Help to New EntrepreneursHundreds of "makers" and inventors were left in the lurch last week when TechShop in the Cortex innovation district abruptly shut down.
Kirkwood E-Cabs Extend Service Through Decemberhe decision was made this Wednesday to extend the Kirkwood Connector e-cab service through the end of the year.
Cortex Innovation Districts Getting National AttentionWe are on the national radar, according to the head of the Cortex Innovation District after two technology giants held events there last week.
IT Boot-camp Focuses on VeteransA St. Louis firm is reaching out to military veterans with skills training that leads to jobs in the growing IT field.
Clean Energy Bill on the Agenda for Board of AldermenThe Board of Aldermen will be discussing a resolution today that could make St. Louis commit to clean energy.
VISION STEM Conference Comes to FlorissantIt focuses on bringing people closer to technology and engineering fields.