It all starts with the shape of the offender’s chin. When a composite drawing is initiated on the Salisbury Police Department’s new FACES facial composite identification software, the victim or witness describing the suspect has plenty of choices for the chin shape, which forms the shape of the lower half of the face.
A former Baltimore man has pleaded guilty to illegally reproducing and distributing copyrighted commercial software programs worth more than $4 million.
A former NASA employee has pleaded guilty to conspiracy in an alleged copyright infringement scheme led by two Chinese nationals.
Baltimore is hoping that a new software system will help bring in more residents for jury duty.
It’s no secret that cars have become increasingly dependent on computers, and there’s no sign of that trend slowing anytime soon. But are computer hackers a threat to today’s drivers? Antivirus software manufacturer MacAfee seems […]
A Middletown business has won a $16.3 million Navy contract to continue providing custom software for submarine engineering and design.