Microsoft's online productivity suite will be available throughout the State University of New York education system, covering some 465,000 students.
Online learning startup hopes partnership will improve the quality of the education as well as increasing access and graduation rates.
Today we'll unwrap Chipotle's test-kitchen secret: a 1,500-calorie mutant known only to fatties as "The Quesarito," and other lesser-known regrets from greasy fast food chains. Hint: The secret ingredient is sadness.
A group led by IBM and Intel will invest $4.4 billion into a region that is already bristling with chip manufacturing and R&D activity.
Microsoft software-plus-services suite is headed to schools a little later this year, and at a discount from the company's version aimed at businesses.
Video game research project at the University of Nevada makes games modeled on the Wii more accessible for people with visual impairments.
In a search of alleged Craigslist-lurking killer Philip Markoff's apartment, police say they found plastic 'zip-tie' handcuffs similar to ones said to have been used during the assault and murder of Julissa Brisman.
Gamer who registered the moniker in 2002 decides to put it up for sale in the hopes of netting big bucks for what could be seen as a rare and desirable name.
A man who tried to sell the rare Xbox Live gamertag "Hitman" on eBay had two separate auctions canceled. Now, he's trying out the less-regulated Craigslist.
A visionary collection of Silicon Valley engineers and financiers has created the Seasteading Institute, which opened its doors in Palo Alto two weeks ago. The goal: to colonize the world's oceans.