Online learning startup hopes partnership will improve the quality of the education as well as increasing access and graduation rates.
File-sharing remains a thorn in the side of U.S. colleges, with Rutgers and New York University apparently hosting the most pirates.
Twenty-nine American Universities are working together to create ultra-high-speed broadband networks in their surrounding communities to spur innovation.
Students find themselves in the crosshairs as California State University system demands that new Web site NoteUtopia stop enabling the sale of class notes.
Syracuse University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison say they won't use Amazon's e-reader in their classrooms until it's more accessible to blind students.
UC Berkeley, Cornell, and UMass Amherst will get access to Yahoo's M45 cluster for large-scale data-processing research using software called Hadoop.
The company joins forces with Carnegie Mellon, Qatar, and Texas A&M universities to develop one of the first cloud-computing platforms in the Middle East.
Group launches ninth wave of "prelitigation" letters, offering students and personnel the chance to settle copyright infringement claims out of court "at a discounted rate."
The Recording Industry Association of America is waiting half a year to file lawsuits against alleged college file-swappers. But without schools keeping long-term logs of Internet addresses assigned, the RIAA won't get very far.
Computerized watch containing sensors monitors environment, body functions and psychological responses to questions.