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  • Masked man assaults pedestrian in Mount Washington area [North Baltimore Crime Log]

    The following is compiled from police reports. It is the Baltimore Messenger's policy to include descriptions only when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have any information about these crimes, call the Baltimore City...
  • Letter: Wi-Fi in Glendale schools are a good thing

    I read on the front page of last Sunday’s News-Press that representatives from the Flat Earth Society visited a recent meeting of the Glendale school board to urge a return to the dark ages. How else to explain comparing the use of Wi-Fi in school...
  • 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...
  • Letter: Harmless radio waves are all around us

    I read the article in the Thursday, Nov. 14 edition of the Glendale News-Press regarding the alarm of some parents at the Glendale School District’s use of wireless routers in classrooms (“Group signals Wi-Fi angst.”). This issue comes...
  • AT&T expands 4G LTE coverage in Harford

    As part of its continuing network investment and ongoing 4G LTE rollout, AT&T said it has upgraded six mobile Internet cell sites in Harford County to expand AT&T 4G LTE coverage for area residents and businesses. The upgrades include four sites along...
  • Think California is bad for business? Think again.

     Think California is bad for business? Think again.
    Some critics say the recent decisions by Toyota and Occidental Petroleum to move their U.S. headquarters from Southern California to Texas are just the latest signs of how toxic the state's business climate has become. Yet the state continues to attract...
  • Lake Silver Elementary gets new computer lab through grant

    Lake Silver Elementary gets new computer lab through grant
    Lake Silver Elementary School has a new computer lab for its afterschool programs thanks to a grant from GTECH, an online lottery technology provider that works with the Florida Lottery. The school, which is using a temporary space until its new...
  • Comcast raises top Internet speeds for Baltimore customers

    Comcast raises top Internet speeds for Baltimore customers
    Comcast announced this week that it increased the speeds of its Internet services for many customers in the Northeast, including in Baltimore. A mid-range plan called "Blast" now has a top download speed of 105 Mbps, which is more than double the...
  • Simple Internet-connected devices can end up in complex online crimes

    To keep an eye on his child via his smartphone, Marc Gilbert installed Internet-connected video baby monitors in his home in Houston. One evening, Gilbert heard a stranger's voice bellowing obscenities from the monitor. He disconnected the device...
  • Anne Arundel adjunct professor earns top-shelf wireless certification

    They're called technology evangelists, those who trumpet benefits and trends in the Digital Age without the need of a fire-and-brimstone app. Anne Arundel Community College adjunct professor Travis Bonfigli is a self-proclaimed technology evangelist. You...
  • Crime Report: Two 5-ton air conditioning units stolen from house under construction

    La CaƱada Flintridge Feb. 5 Grand theft: 1000 block of Ridgecliff Lane. Between 5 p.m. on Jan. 17 and 4 p.m. on Feb. 1. Victim stated that her residence has been under construction for 10 months. Two 5-ton air conditioning units were stolen from the...