Gov. Larry Hogan is proposing $20 million in funding for defense and aerospace giant Northrop Grumman, designed to retain the company's newly created Mission Systems divisional headquarters in Linthicum and 10,000 jobs in Maryland.
Onstage at a major computer security summit at Stanford University, President Barack Obama signed an executive order Friday to make it easier for private companies to dip into the government's deep reservoirs of data on cyberattacks.
It was a typical winter morning on the Twitter feed of Eastern Shore television station WBOC: a stream of messages about snowfall and a reminder to download the station's weather app for the latest updates.
Netflix changed the way people rent movies. Amazon upended the big-box bookstore. Other online retailers have grabbed market share in niches as diverse as contact lenses and pet medications. Why not disposable razors? That's the question posed by a Catonsville-based firm — along with about half a dozen other online upstarts.
Vince Marucci and Joe DiGangi were in the same class at West Point, went to Stanford University for master's degrees, returned to West Point to teach and later ended up working at the same Columbia tech firm. So it's not surprising that they decided to start a business together. Their lives kept intersecting. Q&A with founders of Trusant Technologies.
Harford County educators reported greater satisfaction in a majority of areas related to their profession, according to the results of a statewide survey, even though fewer teachers and teacher support staffers participated than did two years ago.
Six months after Baltimore pulled its speed and red light cameras offline because of mistakes, officials say the city's vendor still isn't ready to begin issuing tickets — and no one can say when the program will resume.
When Amazon.com opens a huge distribution center next year in Southeast Baltimore, consumers across the state who buy books, electronics, toys or anything else from the online seller will no longer be able to avoid the state's 6 percent sales tax on those purchases.
As Congress considers legislation to provide back pay to furloughed federal workers, far less attention has been paid to contract employees — many of whom work side by side with their agency counterparts.
The teen girls at a Howard County Library System forum for suggestions on its technology-based HiTech initiative bristled at the though of venturing toward STEM-related fields, seeing virtually no correlation between the sciences and their pastime, fashion.
Presidents of the state's historically black colleges and universities were cautiously optimistic Tuesday that a recent federal court ruling ordering remedies for persistent segregative policies in Maryland higher education would result in new opportunities and resources for their campuses
Hundreds of miles of new fiber optic cable are lighting 21st-century ambitions across Maryland: Economic development officials imagine businesses opening or expanding thanks to more robust Internet connections. School administrators envision students using more electronic resources. Some folks just look forward to dumping their dial-up modems.
The end came quickly for Silk Road, when federal agents crept in to nab the alleged kingpin of the secret $1.2 billion online drug marketplace as he sat at his laptop in the sci-fi section of a San Francisco public library.
New carsharing services, travel apps and other technological tools are contributing to a broader shift away from driving among Americans, especially younger ones interested in digital multitasking on the go, according to a study released Tuesday by the U.S. PIRG Education Fund.
When the Maryland workers building the sets for "House of Cards" started sawing and hammering the offices and homes of characters like Francis and Claire Underwood 20 months ago in Harford County, most of them were thinking only of earning a steady paycheck, not being part of TV history.
Annapolis voters will start the process of selecting a mayor and city council to serve for the next four years on Tuesday with a primary election. The primary features five people running for the seat currently held by Mayor Josh Cohen: Democrats Cohen and Bevin Buchheister and Republicans Frank Bradley, Bob O'Shea and Mike Pantelides.
Tech savvy millennials may be used to buying almost anything online, but they still do most of their shopping in stores, especially those that keep their offerings fresh and make the experience social, according to research from the Urban Land Institute.
Fort Meade, home to the National Security Agency, the Defense Information Systems Agency, U.S. Cyber Command and other key organizations, was a net winner in the 2005 round of BRAC. By the time Army Col. Edward C. Rothstein took command, military spending was beginning to tighten again.
Harford County Public Library officials are planning to replace the 26-year-old Havre de Grace branch at the corner of North Union and Pennington avenues with a branch almost twice the size of the existing facility.
Much of Maryland's cybersecurity sector revolves around the federal government. But some groups and firms are trying to push the state's cybersecurity boundaries to grab more of the commercial market at a time of tighter federal budgets.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. plans to create a new cable television news channel with a blend of local and national programming and bring it to cities across the U.S. over the next couple of years, Sinclair CEO David Smith said Tuesday
Two Harford County men and a Howard County man have been indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with an alleged pharmacy fraud scheme that federal prosecutors say bilked the government out of at least $2.6 in Medicaid and Medicare reimbursements.
Who would have guessed 15 years ago that Martin Roesch's free computer network security program would turn into a $2.7 billion deal? Not Roesch, founder of Columbia-based Sourcefire, which just agreed to sell itself to tech giant Cisco Systems for that eye-popping figure.