Baltimore City Teacher Wins CIA Contest To Upgrade School TechnologyWhat teacher Jenna Porter thought was a meeting with the principal turned out to be the biggest surprise she's ever had.
Town Hall Seeks Ideas For Bridging Digital DivideBefore going to bed at night, Denise Parker likes to check and make sure her telephone is working. She picks up the landline in her Randallstown home that she’d lived in for over 20 years and listens for a dial tone.
'No One Is Safe From This Threat' Cybersecurity Experts Give Tips On How To Stay Safe OnlineRansomware attacks have been making headlines left and right after major companies have been forced to halt operations to regain control of their networks from cybercriminals. Now, the experts are weighing in on how you can protect yourself or your business.
Maryland AG Joins Coalition Calling For Facebook To Not Launch Instagram KidsMaryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh joins a coalition of 44 attorney's general urging Facebook to not launch Instagram Kids, a version of the app for children 13 and under.
Girl Scout Cookies Take Flight In Virginia Drone Deliveries
Study: Marylanders Google How To Back Up iPhone The MostNew research shows the search engine processes 3.5 billion questions a day. But what do people need help with the most? A Century Link study shows Marylanders need help most with backing up their iPhones.
'Revenge Bedtime Procrastination' Could Be Robbing You Of Precious Sleep TimeAfter a long day of working from home, Hadly Clark spends her evening hours mindlessly swiping through her phone. She powers through her usual scheduled 9:30 p.m. bedtime in favor of online shopping and social media scrolling.
Playing Video Games May Make You Happier, Study FindsPlaying video games may improve your mental health and make you happier, according to a scientific study that used industry data from gaming companies to analyze players' wellbeing.
Nearly 1M Marylanders Have Signed Up For COVID-19 AlertNearly a million people have signed up for the Maryland COVID-19 alert.
Apple Ditching The Ear Buds And Charger For Its Newest iPhone LineupApple will ship the iPhone 12 without headphones or a charging brick, a move aimed at cutting down on waste.
Temporary Zoom Outage Affects UMD Orientation MondayAs many schools and universities are starting classes Monday, Zoom is experiencing some technical difficulties.
Virginia First State To Try Pandemic App From Apple, GoogleVirginia has rolled out a smartphone app to automatically notify people if they might have been exposed to the coronavirus, becoming the first U.S. state to use new pandemic technology created by Apple and Google.
New AAA Study Says New Technology May Create Distractions While DrivingNew technology designed to help drivers may be distracting them.
Morgan State Adding State's First Degree Program In Cloud ComputingThe proposed Bachelor of Science in Cloud Computing instructional program would be offered online as well as in a traditional classroom setting.
James Dean To Star In Movie Six Decades After Death Thanks To CGIJames Dean died over 64 years ago, but he's just been cast in a brand new movie — thanks to the magic of CGI.