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Cybersecurity programs from mid-Atlantic colleges and universities were put to the test as they juggled defending networks, giving aid to fictional disaster victims, and meeting demands from officials.
Utilizing Xbox Kinect technology, a team of biomedical engineers and game designers in Baltimore is developing software that allows for interactive physical rehabilitation from the comfort of a patient’s home.
Some Maryland lawmakers are pushing legislation to make the soft-shell crab sandwich the state's official sandwich for the second year in a row.
The natural gas pipes on Dominion’s Cove Point property begin on a pier in the Chesapeake Bay. They then descend underground and run for more than a mile behind the walls of a dimly-lit tunnel for foot-brake bicycles that workers use to travel from the dock to shore.
People do a lot of things on their cell phones - text, take pictures, get on Facebook. They may even use it to shop. But with advancing technology that allows retailers to track the behavior and shopping habits of customers, there are calls for transparency.
Sitting around a conference table at Linemark printers, O’Malley and about a dozen business people discussed how a wage hike would benefit companies of all sizes by boosting the economy and reducing turnover.
Legislation proposed in the House to impose tighter regulations on seafood labeling could prove costly and impractical for Maryland restaurants.
As cyberattacks grow in number and severity, businesses and government alike are combining to help achieve U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski's goal of making Maryland the "epicenter for cybersecurity."