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Mayor Brandon Scott said the city's long-term goal is to close the digital divide by 2030. 

Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, local churches around the Baltimore area are deciding to hold their church services on local radio, social media and through online video streaming. New Shiloh Baptist Church will be holding their church service every Sunday at 11 a.m. on Magic 95.5 FM. New Shiloh’s 11 a.m. Sunday service can also be […]

For African-Americans and Hispanics --- two groups that strongly prefer using mobile devices to access the Internet -- the benefits of the free-data plans are particularly clear.

Google announced the release of free internet for residents in the West Bluff neighborhood of Kansas City - the first area wired for Google Fiber.

A 15-year-old British girl committed suicide after her "allergy to Wi-Fi" became too overwhelming.

When the Wi-Fi at the crib isn't working, you've gotta escape to an internet cafe for a few hours...or maybe ten years.

There’s been a lot going on in blackness this year, particularly in the constantly evolving universe known as Black Twitter. We’ve still got a Black…

When Frederick Hutson landed in prison at the age of 24 on a drug trafficking charge in Florida, he was surprised to learn that it…

  As a mentor of African-American male youth in the community, one of the things I’m constantly looking for is information and resources. But whether…

Via Foxbaltimore.com  Six historic markets in Baltimore are stepping into the digital age by getting wi-fi (wireless internet). The historic Lexington Market is first of the six markets to get access. The project is being funded by Believe Wireless Broadband. Read More. Chicago Violence Declining? October Homicides 2nd Lowest In 30 Years