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In faulty-computer suit, window to Dell decline

After the math department at the University of Texas noticed some of its Dell computers failing, Dell examined the machines. The company came up with an unusual reason for the…

Broadband availability to expand

The Obama administration is seeking to nearly double the wireless communications spectrum available for commercial use over the next 10 years, an effort that could greatly enhance the ability of…

Major copyright ruling a victory for ‘user-generated content’

In a high-stakes legal battle with important implications for the future of the internet, U.S. District Judge Louis Stanton in New York sided with Google Inc. on June 23 as…

Intel, FTC in talks to settle antitrust case

Intel Corp. and the Federal Trade Commission are in talks to settle an antitrust case against the chip maker, a move that might increase competition in the chip market but…

Judge: University illegally searched journalist’s camera

A judge has ruled that the University of California police illegally searched the camera of a photojournalist covering a protest outside the chancellor’s campus home, reports the Associated Press. Alameda…

FCC votes to reconsider broadband regulations

Federal regulators are reconsidering the rules that govern high-speed internet connections, wading into a bitter policy dispute that has important implications for schools and colleges.…

Supremes: Stop (texting) in the name of love

The U.S. Supreme Court had a message June 17 for workers with cell phones and other devices provided by their employers: Use your own cell phone if you’ve got something…

A face-off over sale of spectrum by FCC

Ever since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks exposed the communications difficulty that police, fire, and other personnel had in a crisis, government and public safety officials have wrestled with…

Alabama professor charged in brother’s 1986 shooting death

In a move that comes 14 years too late to save the three University of Alabama-Huntsville faculty members who were gunned down in February, Amy Bishop, the biology professor charged…

ED looks to crack down on misleading college recruiting

Some of the nation’s largest online colleges could be barred from tying recruiters’ pay to the number of students they enroll if the Obama administration’s new list of rules for…

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