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Participants in 4-H National Youth Science Day have hands-on experience in one of the fastest growing occupational fields in the country - spatial technologies, including GIS and GPS mapping.
Online shopping is getting more immediate almost every day. MasterCard a deal to help online readers instantly buy items they see and like.
Trying to figure out how to split a restaurant bill often puts math skills and friendships to a test. Google has applied for a patent of a system that helps groups calculate and pay for joint expenses.
Many iPhone and iPad users are reporting a pesky bug that's making it difficult to use iMessage and other features. Apple is promising an operating system update, but here's a quick fix.
The company known for its digital invitations and free e-cards is turning back technological time - Evite is offering hard copy invitations, to supplement its free e-cards.
Facebook and Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler announce a new mechanism to provide state educators with a direct line to the social networking giant, to head-off potential cyberbullying involving students.
A simple tool helps determine if the in-demand gold or silver iPhone 5S is available in stock at a local Apple store. By plugging in a ZIP code, users can see which stores have gold, silver, or gray models on hand.
Buying a computer can be overwhelming. With so many choices, finding the right device for you is a challenge. Data Doctor Ken Colburn has five things to remember
Marky Ramone, sole survivor of the longest-running lineup of punk pioneers The Ramones plays 9:30 Club Wednesday night. He is embracing the digital age to better connect with fans.
The microwave oven of the future could charge cellphones and run small kitchen devices, according to researchers at University of Tokyo, who are studying ways of harvesting and storing small amounts of leaked energy.
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