The online repository of academic research papers is building in a new variant of the ages-old peer-review process to scrutinize academic work.
Startup hopes to overhaul how researchers publish papers, making them freely available to all and substituting social-network success for the traditional peer-review process.
After the International Studies Association proposes a ban on blogging for editors of its journals, faculty groups raise their swords.
The Internet's address books just got the first four new generic top-level domains, but they won't go live on the Net until trademark holders get a chance to stake their claims.
Sony launches a new software application at the Game Developers Conference allowing researchers and academics to bring PlayStation Move functionality to their PCs.
Microsoft's online productivity suite will be available throughout the State University of New York education system, covering some 465,000 students.
The Gecko EduBook has a neat trick that makes it stand out from the netbook flood: the whole system is contained on one tiny chip
A startup hip to the ways of the Web and a publishing rival from pre-Net days are trying to teach each other a lesson. It's a tussle involving research papers and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.