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.
Now college students can make video games for fun and profit. This list tells you where to go to learn about game design.
With colleges and universities feeling the heat to act on the environment, Energy Climate Solutions launches with energy efficiency and sustainability services.
The Entertainment Software Association says more than 250 colleges and universities currently offer degrees and certifications in video game design, programming, and art.
Survey, which ranked schools on affordability, finds that online students can pay as little as $11,880 or as much as $103,500 for a bachelor's degree in business.
For two years, Hollywood painted college students as a thieving band of copyright violators. It turns out the stories of college scofflaws were greatly exaggerated.
Capitol Hill politicos aren't alone in considering new antipiracy mandates for schools. Tennessee just passed the first such law, and universities are bracing for other states to follow.
Acacia Research may be stepping up its patent licensing approach to universities.
With a lowered age requirement, LinkedIn hopes to welcome more teens. Its university pages aim to provide prospective students with info on how they're connected to a school and suggestions on how to achieve career goals.
The Silicon Valley darling opens its waiting list to bring the secretive mobile-payments service, already in testing at Stanford, to other college campuses.