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  • For Samsung, Ellen DeGeneres' Oscars selfie is a triumph

    For Samsung, Ellen DeGeneres' Oscars selfie is a triumph
    SAN FRANCISCO — Samsung Electronics Co. struck social media gold when Oscars host Ellen DeGeneres used one of its smartphones to take what has now become the world's most famous selfie. DeGeneres never mentioned Samsung, a major Academy Awards...
  • Three former NSA workers accused of aiding Snowden

    WASHINGTON — Three people at the National Security Agency have been implicated in Edward Snowden's efforts to copy classified material, including a civilian employee who resigned last month after acknowledging he allowed Snowden to use his...
  • No. 1 McDonogh wrestlers must make up ground in independent schools tournament

    No. 1 McDonogh wrestlers must make up ground in independent schools tournament
    McDonogh wrestlers Wyatt Cook and Myles Martin both have said that winning the Maryland Independent Schools Tournament is a priority for the Eagles after falling to Good Counsel by half a point last season. If that's the case, then the host and top-...
  • Advances in electronic warfare fly under the public's radar

    As the Pentagon moves beyond the relatively low-tech wars in the Middle East and turns its attention to future national security challenges, it has doubled down on sophisticated new radar-jamming devices that aim to render adversaries' air defenses...
  • Hacking incidents prompt universities to rethink balance between openness, security

    Hacking incidents prompt universities to rethink balance between openness, security
    In the two weeks between recent revelations that hackers stole data on students, alumni and faculty from the University of Maryland, College Park and the Johns Hopkins University, nearly 360,000 records were swiped in similar attacks at schools in...
  • Twitter CEO is visiting China but still has no plans to launch there

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter Chief Executive Dick Costolo is on his first trip to China. Costolo is spending three days meeting with Shanghai government officials and university administrators. He will also participate in a roundtable discussion with...
  • Dorian Nakamoto's denial blows up Newsweek's bitcoin 'scoop'

    Dorian Nakamoto's denial blows up Newsweek's bitcoin 'scoop'
    It's still possible, very marginally, that Newsweek is correct in fingering Dorian S. Nakamoto as the mysterious inventor of bitcoin. But it's hard to imagine a more thorough and detailed denial than the one the 64-year-old Temple City man issued late...
  • CBS may have Comcast headache. Seth Meyers gets ready.

    CBS may have Comcast headache. Seth Meyers gets ready.
    After the coffee. Before creating my own $20-billion app. The Skinny: My cat likes Popsicles. Just thought I'd share that with you all today. I'm still plowing through "House of Cards," which is definitely a little slower this season. I should be...
  • Bill sets standards for student privacy [Commentary]

    Bill sets standards for student privacy [Commentary]
    Many public schools in Maryland engage private cloud-computing services to provide software and digital educational platforms to help students learn. Schools have entrusted these companies with vast amounts of sensitive student data contained in emails,...
  • Advice for Microsoft's New CEO: Avoid Banality

    As Microsoft's new CEO, Satya Nadella has a big decision to make. He must figure out whether he wants to have the kind of public persona that's meant to connect with consumers or lead from the shadows where he's operated for the past 22 years at the...
  • The iPhone bug: Is Apple getting too rich and too lazy?

    The iPhone bug: Is Apple getting too rich and too lazy?
    The security flaw in Apple products discovered late last week, and so far only partially patched, has shocked software experts the world over -- not because it's so serious, but because it's so simple.  The flaw could allow attackers access to most up-...