Don Scott and Tim Williams had “Coffee With” Google’s Zahaan Bharmal, the brainchild behind Space Lab. Mike Schuh had “People are Talking” about Holidays at Hampton at the Hampton National Historic Site.
Baltimore joins Paris, Tokyo and London as one of the cities where Google’s newest experiment is playing out.
Want two months vacation? A three-day weekend every weekend? An afternoon nap break? Maybe all you need to do is switch jobs…
In March, we told you that four U.S. Senators had pushed Apple, Google, and Research In Motion (creators of the Blackberry) to remove apps that revealed the location of DUI checkpoints. At the time, RIM […]
Federal energy regulators approved rates for a proposed $5 billion offshore wind power transmission line that are lower than the developers of the Google-backed venture had sought.
Google has announced a new partnership with Metro to add the transit agency’s rail and bus schedules to Google Maps.
State police say there’s a new way drunk drivers are getting around their DUI checkpoints. They download detours on their cell phones. Now the state wants to keep the software away from drivers.
Travelers have found a big glitch in Google’s mapping technology that directs drivers through the maze
of roads between Baltimore and Washington.
The University of Maryland will hold a cybersecurity seminar in April made possible by a sponsorship from Google.
A complaint filed Tuesday with the federal government accuses New York University and Northwestern University of discriminating against blind students by adopting Google e-mail and other programs that aren’t fully compatible with technology that translates written words into speech.
Investigative documents in the WikiLeaks probe spilled out into the public domain Saturday for the first time, pointing to the Obama administration’s determination to assemble a criminal case no matter how long it takes and how far afield authorities have to go.