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  • Mobile app economy inspires local entrepreneurs

    Mobile app economy inspires local entrepreneurs
    The mobile app economy is real — and it's brewing in Baltimore. Many businesses are opening their wallets and spending to build mobile apps for customers to use. And developers are in hot demand across the United States, various surveys this year...
  • The interview: Sean Lane's tactical strike on defense contracting

    The interview: Sean Lane's tactical strike on defense contracting
    As an Air Force intelligence officer, Sean Lane saw firsthand the communications challenges facing soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. Civilians in the United States had better, faster access to data on their smartphones and 3G networks than soldiers did in...
  • In Baltimore area, churches' bell towers also cell towers

    In Baltimore area, churches' bell towers also cell towers
    The stone marker in Catonsville Presbyterian Church's steeple tower is dated 1921, dedicated "to the Glory of God." Next to it is a black ladder with caution signs tied to its rungs, warning of radio frequency fields in the narrow space above. In the...
  • Romney, Obama are both wrong on outsourcing

    Romney, Obama are both wrong on outsourcing
    President Barack Obama is slamming Republican challenger Mitt Romney for heading companies that were "pioneers in outsourcing U.S. jobs," while Mr. Romney is accusing Mr. Obama of being "the real outsourcer in chief." These are the dog days of summer,...
  • Big independent Maryland farm launches Kickstarter to build iPhone apps

    Big independent Maryland farm launches Kickstarter to build iPhone apps
    One Straw Farm, one of the biggest independent farms in Maryland and a familiar presence at farmers' markets across the Baltimore region, is on a quest to build two iPhone apps that will help modernize its business and better connect with its customers....
  • One Straw Farm launches Kickstarter campaign to build apps

    One Straw Farm launches Kickstarter campaign to build apps
    Imagine, with a few finger flicks on a smartphone app, you can learn whether you'll be getting zucchini or tomatoes, strawberries or potatoes, from a Maryland farm each week, then browse for home-spun recipes and connect with other like-minded consumers....
  • Baltimore company sees future in parking by smartphone

    Baltimore company sees future in parking by smartphone
    In a perfect world, there's a parking space next to your destination and it's free. For an imperfect world where parking is scarce and must be paid for, there's Dani Shavit, who wants to turn your mobile phone into a parking lot cashier's window. Shavit...
  • Anne Arundel, Annapolis police work to combat thefts from cars

    Anne Arundel, Annapolis police work to combat thefts from cars
    Parked in Anne Arundel County and Annapolis are cars with tempting stuff in plain sight: a GPS unit on the dashboard, a cellphone on the console, a handbag with a wallet visible in it on the floor behind the driver's seat. But it isn't just would-be...
  • Walter Isaacson: BlackBerry for work, iPhone for personal use

    Walter Isaacson: BlackBerry for work, iPhone for personal use
    The great news for Baltimore and Maryland is that the University of Maryland Baltimore County's president, Freeman A. Hrabowski III, was named to Time's annual Top 100 influential people today. Another person on the list: Walter Isaacson, known...
  • Apple ramps up spending on R&D

    As rumors swirl about new Apple products that may be on the way, one thing is for sure: The company is doubling down on R&D. The Cupertino, Calif.-based company has shifted research and development into overdrive this year, spending $1.6 billion in the...
  • Inside GameStop's ROC, the hub for a multibillion-dollar used electronics business

    GRAPEVINE, Texas Inside the ROC, the heartbeat of the consumer electronics industry can be felt. At one end of the 182,000-square-foot facility, boxes roll in day and night, bringing thousands of video games, gaming consoles, smartphones and tablets sold...
  • Rekha Basu: Recreational pot industry purveys a legal Rocky Mountain high

    Six months ago, Bill Zweitzig, a 38-year-old jazz musician and glass blower, moved his family from Pennsylvania to Colorado to sell something he had experience selling: marijuana. This time, though, he's on salary and doesn't risk arrest. "I've got three...