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  • Software fiasco in Anne Arundel

    When are we going to learn that government can't procure custom-designed software the same way it procures plumbing supplies or paving stones? Reading of the suspension of Anne Arundel County's multimillion-dollar emergency dispatch system due to...
  • Atholton student designs apps for Apple store

    Atholton High School student Eric Lu whipped out his cellphone and displayed information about the 7.3-magnitude earthquake that occurred off the west coast of Sumatra on Tuesday. The information came courtesy of mobile application software called...
  • Hackers want your smartphone, tablet

    Hackers want your smartphone, tablet
    The next time you use your iPhone or Samsung Galaxy tablet, think about this: The person sitting next to you could be stealing the information you type into your email, Facebook or bank account. Most of us realize digital thieves can infiltrate our...
  • How to move files to your Kindle

    How to move files to your Kindle
    Here's a question that no one has asked me lately, but I'll give you the answer anyway: What's new with the old Kindle? Glad you asked. The Send to Kindle app for the PC lets you send your personal documents from your Windows computer (a Mac version of...
  • iBooks Author update: Apple doesn't own you after all

    iBooks Author update: Apple doesn't own you after all
     Is iBooks Author awesome again? Apple's new publishing program, released just a few weeks ago, seemed like a really cool piece of software that would make it possible for people to create an iBook complete with all kinds of interactive functionality,...
  • Smartphone shipments rose 61% worldwide in 2011, report says

    Smartphone shipments rose 61% worldwide in 2011, report says
    Global smartphone shipments grew massively last year as mobile handsets increased in capability and were made available at lower prices, according to International Data Corp.'s latest Worldwide Mobile Phone Tracker quarterly report. In 2011, smartphone...
  • Nokia to cut 4,000 jobs, move manufacturing to Asia

    Nokia to cut 4,000 jobs, move manufacturing to Asia
    Nokia is cutting 4,000 jobs and will end its manufacturing in Hungary, Mexico and its home nation of Finland as it moves its phone making to Asia, the company announced Wednesday. The Salo, Finland, factory, which is Nokia's oldest manufacturing plant,...
  • Windows 8 Consumer Preview to debut at mobile event Feb. 29

    Windows 8 Consumer Preview to debut at mobile event Feb. 29
    Microsoft Corp. will launch its Windows 8 Consumer Preview at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona this month. And while it may seem a bit strange to release a PC operating system at an event focused on phones and tablets, Windows 8 isn't just...
  • Child stardom, fade to adult

    Child stardom, fade to adult
    Tatyana Ali appeared on "Sesame Street" when she was 6 and "Star Search" when she was 7, but nothing prepared her for the day when a school bus pulled up as she was walking down the street. She was 12, a newly minted star of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"...
  • Microsoft releases Windows 8 Consumer Preview for free download

    Microsoft releases Windows 8 Consumer Preview for free download
    You don't need to touch Windows 8 on a tablet to recognize that things are very different in the next version of Microsoft's operating system. On Wednesday, at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, Microsoft released the Windows 8 Consumer...
  • Prosecutors: Man captured on video giving stolen laptop to girlfriend

    Prosecutors: Man captured on video giving stolen laptop to girlfriend
    A security software program on a stolen laptop computer captured a man giving the computer to his girlfriend as a gift after he allegedly stole it from a college dorm room in April, officials said today. Christopher Hardrick, 22, was ordered held on $75,...