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The reporter who exposed Mike Daisey's lies about Foxconn has toured the factory, and says it's like a college campus.
In a recruitment ad surely worthy of Oscar short consideration, Australia's Central Institute of Technology creates something that must be seen to be disbelieved.
Investor and entrepreneur tells the CBS news magazine that a college degree is unnecessary for financial success, but critics call his program an elitist ploy.
Third Point escalates its battle with Yahoo board by uncovering discrepancy in Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson's academic credentials.
If you were still wondering whether the iPhone had made a significant mark on society, news that London's Kensington and Chelsea College has a course offering students the ability to learn iPhoneography (the art of taking photographs with your iPhone) should be enough to answer the question.
Porn-oriented .xxx domains went on sale to the general public this week, and institutions and organizations are grabbing them in the hope of protecting their reputations and brands.
Not enough room for a 40- to 60-inch TV, but still want to pretend your appreciation for the fine art of cinema is passionate and genuine? Well, here are five monitors that should satiate the cinephile in you.
Yet another way to send your car on its own adventures while you're not using it.
A student at San Jose State University is reportedly un-enrolled after not reading an e-mail the school sent him over the summer about a problem with his English placement test.
As you step into the new school year, we know you'll have lots of adjusting to do--new friends, classes, professors, and eating habits (hello, Top Ramen)--so we'd like to make at least one thing easy for you: setting up your gadgets.