New DNA technology leads to the conviction of Glen Burnie man WBAL TV Baltimore
Anne Arundel County State's Attorney Anne Colt Leitess announced Friday that Fred Lee Frampton Jr., 33, of Glen Burnie, received a life sentence suspended ...
Taking action with our Technology for Good Impact Report Ericsson
Many individuals and organizations are calling for strikes on climate action and other global challenges. Ericsson's approach is to take action and create positive ...
McDermott to Explore Sale of Technology Unit; Shares Double Yahoo Finance
(Bloomberg) -- McDermott International Inc. doubled in early trading after saying it's exploring the sale of its Lummus Technology business, a move that may give ...
Do you know this person? New technology could solve this Lowcountry murder from 1987 WJCL News
Beaufort County deputies believe killer in cold case to be from the area.
Three Ways Technology Can Help Protect Your Real Estate Investment Forbes
Incorporating tech tools can help to truly transform the process and protect your asset.
How Continuous Delivery Enables High-Performing Technology Organizations Forbes
It's important to understand why continuous delivery makes sense and how to align the practice with customer expectations.
New technology to improve dental implant bridges receives US patent News-Medical.net
New technology to improve dental implant bridges invented by Dr. Avinash Bidra, associate professor at the UConn School of Dental Medicine, recently received ...
USAF’s Blockchain Interest Shows Technology’s Power To Secure Data Forbes
The USAF has partnered with Constellation in order to better use and understand its data through the use of blockchain technology.
Kersey Valley Maize Adventure Using New, Eco-Friendly GPS Technology to Plant Corn Maze The Rhino TImes
Posted by Rhino Times | Sep 20, 2019 | News. ARCHDALE, NC, September 10, 2019— Kersey Valley Attractions has used a new GPS planting system to
Microsoft boss: tech firms must stop 'if it's legal, it's acceptable' approach The Guardian
Exclusive: Brad Smith says firms must help define and live by standards before they are forced on them.