This week, using big data to fight opiod addiction, big data breaches—and what the government can do to stop them, the latest on efforts to restore net neutrality, and the race in space to provide internet access.
This week, more details on how Facebook is becoming an internet service provider, where to look for new tech jobs, our greatest cyber threat, and a new app that’s sure to be a hit with pet lovers.
This week, eBay celebrates the one year anniversary of it’s “Retail Revival” program in Akron, Facebook is becoming an internet service provider in Canton, tiny tech that’s big, big fun, and why selfies really do make your nose look bigger.
Today is the 10th annual Human Trafficking Awareness day at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus.
Jeanne Destro talked to State Representative Tavia Galonski of Akron, who is pushing for some new laws to fight the problem.
Akron Public Schools Superintendent David James is delivered his State of the Schools address today, which in part focused on partnerships with the local business community, that will help students find jobs after graduation.
They include career training opportunities through Akron Children's Hospital, at North High School, and the operning of the Firestone Complete Auto Care Center at East C-L-C.
To read his entire speech, click here.
This week, more big cyber attacks, new life-saving chemical sensors, Ford recalling more than a million vehicles, and a new dating app---for cows!
This week, we’re looking at all kinds of technology—from race car tires, to satellites. We’ll also hear about how Jeff Bezos’ racy texts and selfies sparked a national scandal, the economic impact of fracking, and how technology is helping us find love—in the refrigerator.
This week, recovering from a cyber attack, electronic surveillance, and digital license plates. We'll also hear about how cryptocurrency investors may have just lost millions of dollars, and a hedgehog inspired football helmet.
Former Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic won't run against current Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan in the Democratic primary, but he says he's thinking about running in the general election--as an Independent.
Listen here to this live, exclusive interview on the Ray Horner Show.
This week, hackers making headlines again, with a Cyber attack on the City of Akron, and out in California; sending scary messages through home security systems. We’ll also learn about a new super adhesive inspired by Gecko feet, drones that can fill potholes, and toasty new technology that can keep you warm even on the coldest days of winter.