The inaugural New West Summit -- devoted to the marriage of pot, tech, business and media -- serves as the site for a kind of passing of the torch. Or should we say a passing of the pipe?
Forget epic battles. In a new mobile game from Marvel, our young superheroes and villains will need to navigate the trials of dating, socializing and training at their academy.
The student with the top Google Doodle wins a $30,000 college scholarship and the chance to grace Google's home page for a day.
An expansion of the Internet Essentials program will offer cheap broadband to students who qualify for federal education grants. It's being tested in Colorado and Illinois.
Technically Incorrect: The Kansas State marching band worked hard on its performance of the Starship Enterprise fighting with a weird creature. Sadly, all some could see was one big male body part.
For college students, small high-tech gadgets can make a big difference. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Sharon Profis offers up several suggestions for students returning to campus.
Add some innovation to your college living experience.
"The Prince of Puke" encourages Rhode Island School of Design's class of 2015 to shake things up, "horrify us with new ideas" and make him nervous. Plus, he gives a nod to hackers.
Commentary: A lifelong music lover, I've found that Spotify's streaming service is the best way to hear the songs I love most. To me, music services like this count among the most exciting technological achievements today.
Some colleges are now using software programs and algorithms to pair up first-year students. Much like online dating, it's all based on compatibility.