84-Year-Old Doctor Who Won't Use A Computer Has Medical License RevokedOn Nov. 15 a local judge reportedly denied Konopka's appeal to regain her license after the doctor claimed she was forced to hand it over.
AACO Middle School Wins Month-Long Computer Coding ContestOne Anne Arundel County middle school gets a big financial boost to its STEM program. After a month-long statewide contest, the governor hand-delivered a $10,000 check to the school.
Metro To Resume Use Of Computer-Driven TrainsMetro plans to bring back computer-driven trains to the red line, five years after the automated system failed and caused a fatal crash.
UPS Says 51 Retail Stores Breached By MalwareSome customers of The UPS Store may have had their credit and debit card information exposed by a computer virus found on systems at 51 stores in 24 states.
Critics Urge Moving Away From Maryland Health ExchangeDemocratic and Republican critics of Maryland's health exchange are urging state officials to consider other options to signing up state residents for health care plans.
Annapolis High School Students Speak Out About Cyberbullying IncidentA vicious cyberbullying case in Anne Arundel County is the talk of the community. It's a story we've covered extensively. Eleven students now face punishment.
Md. Officials To Discuss Broadband NetworkMaryland officials are announcing the completion of the One Maryland Broadband Network.
Hackers Charged For Stealing 160 Million Credit Card NumbersA gang of computer hackers are busted for stealing the credit card numbers of 160 million Americans. Seventeen major corporations were hacked, including a number of companies here in Maryland.
Spy Program Gathered Americans' Internet Records The Obama administration gathered U.S. citizens' Internet data until 2011, continuing a spying program started under President George W. Bush that revealed whom Americans exchanged emails with and the Internet Protocol address of their computer, documents disclosed Thursday show.
Md. Comptroller Weighs In On National Internet Sales Tax Debate Congress gets closer to bringing sales tax to the Internet, and that could bring millions to the state of Maryland. How many millions?
Senate Passes Cyberbullying Bill Named After Md. Teen Who Committed SuicideCyberbullies in Maryland will soon face tougher punishment after lawmakers in Annapolis unanimously passed Grace's Law.
Need For Cyber Protection Generates New Jobs In Md.Plundering secrets for profits and hard targets. Experts say going from cyber espionage to cyber war is only a few clicks away. That risk is also generating opportunities in Maryland.