Hacking Concerns Grow as More Devices Connect to InternetThink about the fact that your refrigerator, your thermostat and other appliances can be accessed online, so they have their own IP address.
Purina Looking for Next Pet Tech Innovation Start UpsSt. Louis-based Purina is among the large companies investing in start-ups to get a grasp on new products, new markets and new technologies - for your pet.
St. Louis Tech Comes Together to Re-Open Tech Shop in New LocationThe do-it-yourself industrial workshop that's considered critical to St. Louis becoming a start-up mecca is getting a new home.
Airbnb Close to Tax Agreement with MissouriAnother debate is brewing locally over tech and how it continues to encroach on more of what we do everyday.
Big Plans Ahead for Cortex Development
Worst Passwords of 2017 Revealed Americans still use weak passwords to protect their accounts and devices
St. Charles 'Hour of Code' Encourages Coding for EveryoneMonday kicks off a week long of activities dedicated to coding in St. Charles County.
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.
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.
St. Louis Startups Shine in San FransiscoSt. Louis based Traaqr launched their product publicly for the first time at the Tech-Crunch Disrupt Conference.
St. Louis Startup Debuts Mind-Controlled DronesSt. Louis tech start-ups are on a roadshow in San Francisco this week, surprising Silicon Valley about what's happening in the Midwest.
Local Start-Up LaunchCode Responds to CriticismsSt. Louis-based LaunchCode's mission is to bridge the programming skills gap, but co-founder Jim McKelvey is responding to allegations that the not-for-profit isn't having much success.

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