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  • Crime log: Pedestrian robbed at gunpoint; gas station ransacked

    Barclay Street 2900 block, between 1 p.m. May 24 and 2:30 a.m. May 25. Garmin GPS, iPod, JVC car radio stolen from vehicle. North Calvert Street 2500 block, between 10 p.m. May 22 and 6:50 a.m. May 23. DeWalt impact wrench, Husky tool bag stolen from...
  • 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...
  • Friday Buffet: Vita's big launch, health hazards of Wii and 'Star Wars' nerd-rage

    Friday Buffet: Vita's big launch, health hazards of Wii and 'Star Wars' nerd-rage
    News Roundup •••• Sony launched the PlayStation Vita on Wednesday in North America and Europe, and analysts are predicting it could actually be a hit for the beleaguered company despite slowing sales in Japan. [Los Angeles Times]...
  • Laurel Police reported burglary, robberies in the city

    Laurel police report felonies, arrests and property crimes. Prince George's County police report violent crimes and property crime. City of Laurel Seventh Street, 900 block, Dec. 3. Laurel man, 36, reported two males grabbed him and ripped his pants...
  • Crime Log: Vizio TV, Ugg boots among items stolen

    North Calvert Street 2800 block at 12:01 a.m. Dec. 20. front door kicked in attempted break-in. Dartmouth Road 800 block, between 7:45 a.m. and 10:15 p.m. Dec. 20. 42-inch Vizio TV, jewelry Ugg boots stolen from residence. Entry gained through front...
  • Dixon convicted of embezzlement

    Dixon convicted of embezzlement
    Jurors in the theft trial of Sheila Dixon convicted the Baltimore mayor Tuesday on a single charge of taking gift cards intended for the city's poor. Although Dixon was acquitted of a felony theft charge, her misdemeanor conviction could force her from...
  • A good deed goes bad

    A good deed goes bad
    Ronald Jackson's bedroom holds the signs of a young, earnest life cut short too soon in Baltimore. An unboxed computer sits at the foot of his bed -- part of a school project. A news article about a slain middle-school classmate is taped on one wall; a...
  • Timeline of allegations against Dixon

    2004 Jan. 15: Dixon uses a $2,000 gift certificate for a furrier, purchased by an employee of "Developer A," to buy a Persian lamb coat and burnt umber mink coat. Jan. 23: Developer A, while at the Ritz Carlton in Avon, Colo., uses his American...
  • Reading between the lines of the Dixon indictment

    Dec. 21, 2006, was a long and busy day for then-City Council President Sheila Dixon. According to an article in The Baltimore Sun, she arrived at a meeting of the Baltimore Development Corp. just as it was about to end. Its members had voted to recommend...
  • Digital warriors battle to get African games on phones

    LAGOS/NAIROBI (Reuters) - Safari the warrior crouches in the bush - a digitized heroine from the new mobile phone game "Afro Fighters" that its Nigerian creator hopes will soon rival the likes of Clash of Clans or Angry Birds on the world's handsets....
  • Potential lost amid violence

    "Watch_Dogs" takes players to an alternative version of Chicago where the city's infrastructure is controlled by a massive computer system. Security cameras, traffic lights and drawbridges are all connected, providing security and efficiency to the city...
  • Xbox vet to lead Hulu's living room team in Seattle

    Streaming video service Hulu has hired a veteran of Microsoft's Xbox team to head its Seattle office building "living room" technologies. Barry Steinglass started in July as vice president of software development heading a 35-person team that just...