Daily Archives: September 13, 2015

Grandma reads to the world in Mr. Rogers fashion

It’s National Grandparents Day, and one grandma is using technology to reach children around the world.

Grandma reads to the world in Mr. Rogers fashion

‘Courage at many times is a lack of options’ – Doug Walters, Vietnam veteran

A 9-year-old, Doug Walters was left to fend for himself after his mother died during gall bladder surgery.

‘Courage at many times is a lack of options’ – Doug Walters, Vietnam veteran

Master plan that will change future look of State Street is near completion

Orem’s State Street Master Plan is nearing completion. Only one more open house and a few tweaks and residents will be presented with a plan that will forever change the look of State Street a…

Master plan that will change future look of State Street is near completion

Spanish Fork celebrates 160 years of Icelandic heritage

Visitors from across North America and Iceland gathered on Saturday in Spanish Fork to commemorate 160 years since the first Icelandic settlers arrived in Utah Valley.

Spanish Fork celebrates 160 years of Icelandic heritage

Smartphones, apps are helping visually impaired

The smartphone, a gadget designed for the sighted, has turned out to be a godsend for the blind and visually impaired, making them more independent than ever before.

Smartphones, apps are helping visually impaired

Windows 10’s new browser blocking program

As a result, Symantec Corp., which owns the Norton products, says that, for now, its customers should avoid using the Edge browser and instead rely on Internet Explorer, Chrome or Firefox, which are compatible with the Norton software.

Windows 10’s new browser blocking program

Who owns your digital afterlife?

A surge of families struggling with similar questions is driving a behind-the-scenes political battle between tech companies and estate lawyers over who gets the keys to someone’s digital afterlife.

Who owns your digital afterlife?

Wave of new Windows 10 devices on show at tech fair

The industry has seen sluggish sales in recent years as consumers opt to spend their money on smartphones and tablets instead, so many companies are pinning their hopes for a revival in the PC market on the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system.

Wave of new Windows 10 devices on show at tech fair

Teen with lung disease keeping other SLC families connected when illnesses strike

Ryan Berger, a 15-year-old Spanish Fork teen, has been working on an Eagle Scout project that will benefit the Ronald McDonald House in Salt Lake City, but it really hits close to home.

Teen with lung disease keeping other SLC families connected when illnesses strike