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Universities pen harsh words to note-selling site

Students find themselves in the crosshairs as California State University system demands that new Web site NoteUtopia stop enabling the sale of class notes.

By October 19, 2010


Mac at 25: Readers reminisce

CNET readers write about their most vivid memories of the groundbreaking Macintosh.

By January 22, 2009


Student newspaper considers corporate partner

For more than 100 years, the Rocky Mountain Collegian has been run by the students at Colorado State University without any corporate masters. On Tuesday, the school administration met with staff from the Gannett publication, The Coloradoan in Fort Collin

By January 24, 2008


Universities register for virtual future

Students may soon meet with professors once a week and then use simulations, virtual worlds and downloads to complete coursework.

By February 7, 2007


California university reports data hack

CSU-Chico has informed more than 59,000 people that their personal data may have been compromised in an attack on the school's servers.

By March 18, 2005


Short take: New routers for Net

Engage Communication announced a new line of routers designed for Internet access and data traffic based on IP, the communications protocol of the Net. The new XL line includes serial, 10-Mbps Ethernet, T1, E1, and CSU/DSU interfaces. Prices for the four new models start at $895.

October 24, 1997


Short Take: California colleges launch network

The California State University system and California Community College systems will launch a new high-speed online network called 4CNet. The infrastructure will allow Net connections, videoconferencing, and satellite downlink among the CCC system's 106 campuses and the CSU system's 23 campuses.

May 14, 1997


Short: Ingram announced ProConnect

Ingram Micro announced ProConnect Internet Access package. The kit includes GlobeTrotter 60 remote access router, Internet access through Netcom, and a CSU/DSU connection device. Ingram will offer six different packages that vary by connection option and subscription length. Available connection options include full T1, 128 kbps, or 256 kbps service with 6- or 12-month subscriptions, and prices range from $8,995 to $18,905.

By September 10, 1996