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  • The battle for the 'smart home' heats up

    The battle for the 'smart home' heats up
    What if the cable guy was also your home security guy? Maryland consumers are about to find out. Comcast Corp. has launched a marketing blitz this month to sign up customers for its new "Xfinity Home" package, which features a residential alarm system,...
  • Retailers hope back-to-school season will boost spending

    Retailers hope back-to-school season will boost spending
    It's the height of summer, but inside many Baltimore-area stores, fall has arrived. While shoppers sorted through racks of discounted shorts and tank tops, retailers at White Marsh Mall began displaying school backpacks and uniforms. Area Target stores...
  • Want an app? There could be a tax for that

    Want an app? There could be a tax for that
    That download of an Angry Birds app, Katy Perry song, or "Captain America" movie could end up costing consumers more, thanks to a "digital products" tax proposal that's being pushed in Annapolis this year by Gov. Martin O'Malley. The bill is part of a...
  • The Interview: Steve DiBiagio, PHH Arval's senior vice president of strategic alliances

    The Interview: Steve DiBiagio, PHH Arval's senior vice president of strategic alliances
    From texting to browsing the Web to eating in the car, driver distraction has become a growing problem on the roadways. In 2010, more than 3,000 people died in accidents believed to have been caused by distracted driving, according to the National...
  • Review shows alcohol companies reach youth online

    Review shows alcohol companies reach youth online
    A beer bottle was lit up like a Christmas tree on one Facebook page and flanked by stuffed animals in another. Then there were the iPhone apps that allowed drinking enthusiasts to hunt for virtual trophies or monitor the weather through drink prices, and...
  • Cornerstone Records acquires assets

    Columbia-based Cornerstone Records Management LLC announced it has completed the acquisition of the assets of The Houston File Room Inc., based in Spring, Texas. The Houston File Room is a privately-owned company that provides secured document storage...
  • PlayStation Vita drops in a challenging market

    PlayStation Vita drops in a challenging market
    Throughout the 1980s and '90s, there was a gold standard brand-name in consumer electronics: Sony. If you had disposable income and were interested in entertaining yourself, you were looking at Sony products first, and then working your way down. In...
  • Woofound wants to help personalize the web

    Woofound wants to help personalize the web
    The idea for Woofound came to Joshua Spears while he struggled to plan a blind date. He was looking for things to do and places to eat that matched his and his date's tastes and preferences in a personal way. But there was no app for that. So he and...
  • Apple event: The new iPad cometh

    Apple event: The new iPad cometh
    Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, is on stage in San Francisco talking about iPad stuff. I'm following Engadget and Gdgt blogs for live blogging, and I'll post key details here as they come. * Cook announces a new Apple TV, with 1080 (HD) capability. New user...
  • Apple rolls out its new iPad, with no fancy name attached

    Apple rolls out its new iPad, with no fancy name attached
    Apple unveiled its new iPad, but it's not called iPad 3 or iPad HD as widely speculated for weeks. Rather it stuck with simply calling it the iPad, a move that speaks to the company's ambitions to have its blockbuster tablet supplant the ubiquitous...
  • Apple dropped a concussion grenade on the tech world today, especially Google, Garmin

    Apple dropped a concussion grenade on the tech world today, especially Google, Garmin
    My eyes, I can't see. My ears, they're ringing. What's that? Apple did what? Yeah, Apple dropped a big concussion grenade on us today, especially Google and the GPS makers. CEO Tim Cook & Co. unveiled a ton of new goodies at Apple's annual developer...
  • Feds target high e-book prices

    Feds target high e-book prices
    Good news for consumers fed up with the high price of e-books: The Justice Department has warned Apple and five major publishers that it plans to sue them for allegedly colluding to raise the price of electronic books, the Wall Street Journal reported...