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Cisco unveils $599 home video conferencing system

Cisco Systems Inc. has launched a $599 home video conferencing system, a high-quality rival to Skype and other low-cost providers, as the network equipment maker seeks to expand in the…

Keeping the masses safe on the internet

Recognizing that all the technology in the world can't protect the internet from attacks, the security industry is targeting an education campaign at the weakest link, CNET reports: computer users.…

Study: eBook piracy is on the rise

As the popularity of eBooks and eReaders continues to increase, eBook piracy is also growing rapidly, ReadWriteWeb reports. …

‘Enhanced eBooks’ could entice a new generation of readers

Is it a book? Is it a film? Is it a game? Or all three? Publishers and authors at the world's biggest book fair are battling to entice a new…

Apple challenges $625.5M patent-infringement award to Yale prof

Apple Inc. is challenging a federal jury's order that it pay $625.5 million in damages for violating the patents of a small technology company founded by a Yale professor, reports…

Aiming to learn as we do, a machine teaches itself

Researchers are fine-tuning a computer system that is trying to master semantics by learning more like a human, reports the New York Times. …

Despite rumors, MIT OpenCourseWare insists ‘no paywall’

Contrary to erroneous reports, MIT says it has no plans to implement a paywall for its free open courseware, ReadWriteWeb reports. …

FCC seeks more info from Comcast, NBC

The Federal Communications Commission is requesting additional information from Comcast Corp. and NBC Universal as it reviews the cable operator's plan to acquire a controlling stake in the media company,…

Two eBooks cost more than Amazon hardcovers

Readers of eBooks might not be able to turn paper pages, lend their copies to friends, or file them away on living room bookshelves. But until now, they did have…

McGraw-Hill Education buys lecture capture company Tegrity

McGraw-Hill Education has bought privately held Tegrity Inc., a lecture capture software company, as it continues to shift away from its traditional textbook publishing roots, Dow Jones reports.…

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