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Tech Matters: Should you buy an AI PC this year?

The hype around artificial intelligence PCs is huge. In the days running up to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas held earlier this month, Microsoft declared 2024 “the year of the AI PC.” Before we jump on the AI PC bandwagon, it’s important to understand exactly what an AI PC is ...

MountainStar hospitals partnering with company on mammography services

One in eight women will develop breast cancer sometime during their life, according to the American Cancer Society. And despite advances in care, the disease remains the second leading cause of cancer death in women. Beginning later this month and early next month, women can receive ...

Flynn’s Retrocade in Roy to host world championship for original cabinet

ROY — Flynn's Retrocade at 3626 W. 5600 South, Suite A, will be hosting a world championship tournament for the game Avian Knights, developed and published by the Utah-based studio and arcade hardware company Alan-1 Inc. The event, which will feature eight of the world's best Avian Knights ...

Utah youth receive mental health kits, courtesy of Intermountain Health

Messages of hope recently were inserted into mental health kits delivered to several youth throughout the state by Intermountain Health’s leadership team. The employees assembled and delivered 350 kits that also are filled with resources to help those struggling with mental ...

Sunday Drive: Luxury exploration with the 2024 Mercedes GLS 450 4MATIC

As we embarked on our weeklong journey of luxury and innovation, all courtesy of the 2024 Mercedes GLS 450 4MATIC, the full-size SUV promised to be more than just a mode of transportation; it aimed to redefine the concept of opulent travel. Our seven days with this exquisite machine proved ...

Visit Ogden touts another banner year, eyes continued success in 2024

OGDEN — Visit Ogden recently released its annual report for 2023, and it was an eventful year marked by continued growth in key areas. According to the report, the organization hosted 35 groups for events throughout the year, of which there were more than 30,000 attendees. That resulted in a ...

Tech Matters: Scammers go old school with new phishing tactic

Scammers have turned to using humans to complete their phishing scams in a variation of the tactic known as callback phishing. It starts with Google Forms and ends with a request for the target to call a number that’s answered by a real person — not a particularly nice one because their job ...

Red Fort expands its Indian cuisine to Ogden

Red Fort Cuisine of India is expanding to Ogden — in the former El Matador restaurant building. Ali Noori, a manager of the Red Fort location in Layton, said his father, Wahid Noori, and partner Harpal Singh Toor will be moving into the building at 2564 Ogden Ave. An opening date hasn’t ...