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Which state is the creepiest? The truth is out there, 'X-Files' fans

Mulder and Scully can find aliens anywhere, but certain US states flew to the top of the paranormal radar.

By July 7, 2016


Firefox 28 aims for easier media playback

Next-generation, plug-in-free media playback support is the keystone of Firefox 28 for desktops and Android. Meanwhile, it's a hard day for the 1,000 or so people using Firefox in Windows Metro.

By March 18, 2014


iPhone keyboard case lets things slide

Get your fingers on a real keyboard with the Concord Keystone Eco Slider case for iPhone. A QWERTY keyboard slides out from hiding to save your chunky fingers from fumbling with the touch screen.

By October 12, 2011


Get inside the planes that capture Microsoft Virtual Earth

Ever wondered who's taking all those photos you see on mapping services like Google Maps and Microsoft Virtual Earth? Meet the folks at Keystone Aerial Surveys.

By August 7, 2008


Oracle acquires utility-industry software developer

Acquisition of SPL WorldGroup will serve as a keystone for Oracle to launch a global unit focused on water, electric and gas companies.

By November 3, 2006


Centerpost grabs $12.5 million

Centerpost announced Tuesday that it has received $12.5 million in a third round of funding. Tribune Ventures, Keystone Venture Capital, and previous investors Motorola, Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Portage Venture Partners contributed to the latest round. Chicago-based Centerpost has raised a total of more than $30 million. Centerpost provides software and a service that enables companies to automatically notify their customers via voice, data, wired or wireless devices of any important information.

By September 25, 2001


Pa. brings unemployment filing online

The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry is giving laid-off dot-com workers an easier way to make ends meet with the Keystone State's launch of an online service for unemployment compensation filing. The effort is part of Gov. Tom Ridge's promise to make state government "friction free," lessening paperwork and shortening lines at agencies. Claimants may use their home computer to print out the form and then fax or mail it to one of six service centers, or they may send it directly to the state servers via e-mail. Approximately 40 percent of unemployment claimants in the state have a home PC with an Internet connection, said Alan Williamson, Labor and Industry Deputy Secretary for unemployment compensation. Pennsylvania is the eighth state to offer online unemployment filing services.

March 1, 2001