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  • Senior briefs

    Support groups The Department of Aging and Disabilities has revised and updated a booklet on "Community Support Groups." Information contained in the booklet focuses on groups designed for caregiving, Alzheimer's disease, bereavement for adults and...
  • Sorry, America: Your wireless airwaves are full

    Sorry, America: Your wireless airwaves are full
    This is part one of a week-long series on the cell phone capacity crunch. The U.S. mobile phone industry is running out of the airwaves necessary to provide voice, text and Internet services to its customers. The problem, known as the "spectrum crunch,...
  • Mega-powerful camera phone, super-fast gadgets raise eyebrows at mobile show

    Mega-powerful camera phone, super-fast gadgets raise eyebrows at mobile show
    Mobile phone giant Nokia on Monday unveiled a phone with a powerful 41 Megapixel camera as it attempts to reposition itself back at the forefront of the mobile market. The phone is among a dazzling array of new gadgets unveiled so far at the Mobile World...
  • BGE to begin smart meter installation in May

    BGE to begin smart meter installation in May
    Starting in May, Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. will begin installing "smart meters" in a huge undertaking intended to modernize Central Maryland's electricity grid and save customers money by helping them control energy use. The three-year, $482 million...
  • Smart meter opt-out program is the worst

    Burbank Water and Power's smart meter opt-out program, approved by City Council, earns the distinction of being among the worst such programs in the nation. States and communities across the country are approving analog opt-out programs or smart meter...
  • 'Graduations' mark five-year milestone for TowsonGlobal

    On March 27, TowsonGlobal at Towson University is marking its fifth anniversary and recognized the achievements of six entrepreneurs who have turned ideas into real businesses. During the Celebration of Entrepreneurial Success ceremony at the university,...
  • Connect people to health by increasing access to technology

    Connect people to health by increasing access to technology
    When we think of the technological advances of the past 20 years, one in particular will probably come to mind for most Americans: wireless technology, which now enables us to access the Internet from anywhere. But when most Americans think of the top...
  • August 17: Midday Fix - Dorm Room Musts and Busts

    August 17: Midday Fix - Dorm Room Musts and Busts
    Ellen Warren Colleges, blogs, websites and big dorm shopping retailers create shopping checklists of what you need when furnishing your college dorm. But do you REALLY need all that stuff? MUSTS alarm clock dry erase board umbrella coat hangers...
  • Investors Nervous About $20B Sprint-iPhone Deal

    Investors Nervous About $20B Sprint-iPhone Deal
    The new Apple iPhone 4S may be a $20 billion risk, but it's one that some say that Overland Park-based Sprint would be worth taking. On Tuesday, Apple is set to unveil the latest version of the popular phone, to be sold through Sprint, who joins AT&T and...
  • Report: Man faces voyeurism charges after taping roommates having sex

    This is what can happen when neighbors in an apartment building share a common wireless router and don't pay much attention to holes between walls. One of the neighbors accessed a folder called ‘Dave's files.rsquo; ‘Dave’ is...
  • Rich's Favorite Things: July Edition

    Rich's Favorite Things: July Edition
    From office equipment to a new dorm friendly all-in-one computer, the July edition of Rich's favorite things includes items that will help you while you work and play. You know them for their televisions, now they are taking on computers. “We...