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  • Exchange software should be shared [Letter]

    As a retired systems engineer with over 20 years of in development of software systems, I have to question why it is necessary that each state develop its own software for the health insurance exchanges. There are 26 states that have their own health care...
  • Are 'custom' airfares good for travelers?

    Are 'custom' airfares good for travelers?
    Should your airline be allowed to offer you a customized ticket? That's the intriguing and somewhat thorny question being raised by the worldwide airline industry through a little-known proposal called Resolution 787 -- not to be confused with Boeing's...
  • With the right tools, online banking and budgeting is a breeze

    According to new research from the Pew Internet and American Life Project, 51 percent of Americans bank online, and more than one-third do so using their mobile phone. This trend is growing, as younger and more educated folks are more likely to bank...
  • Letters: Losing sight of Obamacare's mission

    Re "Obama facing dissent in the ranks," Nov. 16 Obamacare is not about a temporarily problematic website. It is about a revolution in medicine. Obamacare is about moving from fee-for-service healthcare to evidence-based medicine. It is about...
  • Yuengling ice cream returning after 30 years

    Yuengling ice cream returning after 30 years
    After nearly three decades, Yuengling's Ice Cream could be back on store shelves by early next year. David Yuengling, president of Yuengling's Ice Cream, made the announcement this week. He is the great-grandson of Frank D. Yuengling, who started the...
  • Kids and Money: Staying protected from identity thieves

    Dave Aitel wants to beat identity thieves at their own game. Aitel is a cybersecurity expert, a former computer scientist for the National Security Agency and a self-described "ethical hacker" who specializes in helping businesses determine security...
  • Cyanogen gets $23 million for 'Android on steroids' operating system

    Cyanogen gets $23 million for 'Android on steroids' operating system
    SAN FRANCISCO -- You can add all the apps in the world to that phone in the palm of your hand. But the device manufacturer still has more say over how your phone looks and works than you do. Some people in the tech community don't think it should be...
  • Perspective: A ready-to-work education system

    Perspective: A ready-to-work education system
    While there are many issues with our current system of education, perhaps none is more destructive than the acquisition of "knowledge" over the development of skill. Our system is based on a structure scholars decided on in the 1890s with the intention of...
  • HP, citing popular demand, begins promoting PCs with Windows 7

    HP, citing popular demand, begins promoting PCs with Windows 7
    Hewlett-Packard has begun heavily promoting its Windows 7 PCs over those that run Windows 8, the newer but far less popular version of Microsoft's operating system. The Palo Alto tech company recently updated its website to showcase computers running...
  • APG contracting dollars fell 13% last year

    APG contracting dollars fell 13% last year
    The value of contracts at Aberdeen Proving Ground plummeted 13 percent last year, but businesses with Maryland locations ended up with roughly as much as the year before. Even with the overall drop, the numbers are eye-popping. The Army base in...
  • What is the 'Deep Web'? And other questions about the shadowy virtual world of Silk Road

    What is the 'Deep Web'? And other questions about the shadowy virtual world of Silk Road
    The Silk Road case shined a light on the deep underbelly of the web -- exposing many casual Internet users to unfamiliar terms like Deep Web, Tor and Bitcoin. So we asked Johns Hopkins cryptography professor Matthew Green -- who recently was in the news...