An aggressive five-year digital upgrade is underway in Baltimore County schools. As a result the district’s superintendent got an invitation to the White House.
Airline passengers can now stay plugged in throughout their air travel.
Gangs and guns. Those are the targets for Baltimore City Police as a violent summer continues to grip the city.
A lease-to-own company has donated a TV and 5 laptop computers to replace those stolen from the Admiral Oaks Boys & Girls Club.
A group of Maryland lawmakers takes steps to outlaw cyberbullying.
More than six million Americans work from home.
A Frederick County high school is benefitting from the closure of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington.
A Hungarian man has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison for hacking into Marriott International’s computers and extorting the firm for a job.
An American imprisoned in Cuba since December 2009 after bringing communications equipment onto the island wanted reassurance that what he was doing was legal but was told by his company not to ask Cuban officials, the man’s wife said Monday.
Maryland officials and business leaders will be highlighting the importance of cybersecurity.
The Pentagon is extending a pilot program to help protect its prime defense contractors, an effort the Obama administration can use as a model to prevent hackers and hostile nations from breaching networks and stealing sensitive data.
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger is among the featured speakers at a conference in Hanover on cyber security in Maryland.