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Research proves that we'll practically sign anything

Piece of research at DePaul University shows that students were prepared to carelessly sign agreements that "administered electric shocks to fellow participants."

By March 11, 2009


Game developers adapt to multicore world

It's been a slow process waiting for software that's built for multicore chips, but game developers are making progress.

By April 11, 2007


Mac Views: What product should Apple deliver?

Apple has set the stage for a product release Tuesday. Readers tell us what they'd like to get their hands on.

September 11, 2006


DePaul University launches online bank

DePaul University launched an online bank on Tuesday geared toward the school's alumni, employees and students. The Internet-only bank was built in partnership with Columbus, Ohio-based Sutton Bank and will offer a range of banking and brokerage services, including online bill payment and presentment. DePaul, located in Chicago, said the school began considering the plan two years ago and quietly opened the online bank late last month. The bank officially opened Tuesday. Last year, Philadelphia's Drexel University created financial portal and online bank AJDrexelBank.com.

By February 27, 2001


Retailers spruce up sites for holidays

Traditional mall and catalog retailers are gearing up e-commerce operations to offer the same level of customer service as physical stores or mail-order divisions.

November 21, 2001