technology

Starkey Hearing Technologies reveals new hearing aid
On a humid and cloudy Monday morning, employees were gathered in the parking lot at Starkey Hearing Technologies headquarters. From atop a temporary stage, Dr. Achin Bhowmik, the company's chief technology officer, was detailing the in and outs of the business' newest technology. Read More
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5 tips to automate
Robotic process automation (RPA) is not necessarily a new term, but many middle-market companies are now leveraging the strategy at a rapid pace to gain greater efficiency. Read More
Anser announces Ōmcare president, adds to board of directors
Ahead of launching Ōmcare LLC, Anser Innovation recently added two healthcare veterans as to its roster: Laurie Knutson as president and Wendy Wiesman as VP of marketing and customer experience. Ōmcare also announced Dr. David McLean would be joining its board of directors. Read More


Velaasa is on track to alter the course of the specialty-sport shoes market
Lynden Reder was hitting rock bottom when he visited his father’s grave for the first time. He had been spending countless insomniac nights worrying. The father of two young children had just taken a tremendous risk by pouring everything he had into Velaasa, his track-and-field and Olympic-performance shoe business.  Read More
Commercial construction online inspiration center opens for business
Albert Lea–based Mortarr has launched an imagery-driven and search-based online community for brands and professionals — such as architects, builders, designers and contractors — in the commercial construction and design industry. Read More
We know you just upgraded a mere five years ago but it's time to replace that legacy technology
Your hardware, software and applications won’t last more than about four or five years under the best of circumstances. Just when it seems that everyone in the office has gotten used to their new, shiny everythings, IT lets you know your system is overdue for a revamp.   Read More
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Information and technology has not always had the same focus as new manufacturing technologies for Industrial Fabrication Services (IFS), a Minnesota manufacturing company. That is, until IFS saw that investing in IT could improve the way they served their customers, and remain a strong competitor in the custom metal fabrication market place. Read More
The Singularity itself — the moment when human and machine intelligence become inseparable — heralds “the dawning of a new civilization that will enable us to transcend our biological limitations and amplify our creativity.” Read More
One of the Twin Cities most promising med tech startups is settling into a new office, laboratory and manufacturing space in a Maple Grove office park. Read More