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Amazon launches ‘Kindle for the Web’

Amazon has unveiled a program that allows Kindle electronic books to be sampled in a web browser, AFP reports. …

CUNY, IBM to open unique school in New York City

The City University of New York and IBM will open a unique school that merges high school with two years of college, allowing students to earn an associate's degree, reports…

Kno announces single-screen tablet textbook

Kno has announced that it plans to make a single-screen version of its tablet textbook, ReadWriteWeb reports.…

Anger as a private company takes over libraries

A private company in Maryland has taken over public libraries in ailing cities in California, Oregon, Tennessee, and Texas, growing into the country’s fifth-largest library system. Now the company has…

Gates Foundation focuses on college graduation

For many years, diversity in higher education has been measured by how many low-income students and students of color enroll in college. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation wants to…

FCC opens up unused TV signals for broadband

In a highly anticipated move that could lead to faster, more robust Wi-Fi networks in schools, the Federal Communications Commission is opening up unused airwaves between television stations for wireless…

New software can help ‘proofread’ Wikipedia

A new tool might help fight malicious editing that introduces incorrect or misleading information in online sites such as Wikipedia, UPI reports. University of Iowa researchers are developing a software…

RIM readies its answer to iPad

The Wall Street Journal reports that BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd. could unveil its new tablet computer—as well as the operating system that will power it—as early as next…

U. of Florida debates flat-fee tuition

The Miami Herald reports that Florida's state university system is mulling a one-size-fits-all tuition structure for full-time students--an idea that could lead some to graduate sooner, but also carries the…

House OKs more degrees for community colleges

Community colleges could offer four-year degrees in nursing, under legislation passed by the House and now headed to the Senate, where the state's 15 universities hope to block it, the…

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