CNET's Daniel Terdiman wrangles up tech and geek culture in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and more.
An attempt by Kansas schools to adopt teaching standards for science is being challenged by organizations that say science teaching "endorses a non-theistic world view."
There's 400 percent more light in intergalactic space than sources could produce, say researchers. Could dark matter be the cause?
Coming in with an average of 13.7 megabits per second, the Southern state boasts the speediest broadband service in the country.
Google's superfast Internet service launched a year ago in Kansas City. CNET's Marguerite Reardon takes a look at the impact it has on the local startup scene.
The phone comes with some exclusive perks, like unlimited photo storage, and features access to Amazon services.
San Jose State University is partnering with tech startup Udacity, which offers online computer science and mathematics courses. CNET's Sumi Das explains how the first-of-its-kind program could help students graduate faster and save money.
In June 2012, Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown called Silicon Valley entrepreneur Sebastian Thrun asking for help. The result? San Jose State Plus, online courses for academic credit.
In its search for a U.S. town to deploy a test of ultra-high-speed broadband access, over 1,100 communities applied; Google has now announced the winner.
School president apologies for a "sophisticated" security breach that exposed the sensitive personal information faculty, staff, and students at the school since 1998.
FCC's Julius Genachowski challenges service providers and local communities to build such networks, saying communities would turn themselves into innovation hubs that would create valuable jobs.