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After ballyhooed debut, some schools see problems with iPad

The euphoria that greeted the Apple iPad on college campuses has waned somewhat in recent weeks, as technology officials at a handful of universities have issued warnings that the much…

When history is compiled 140 characters at a time

Twitter’s donation of its archives to the Library of Congress offers vast potential—as well as challenges—for historians, reports the New York Times.…

Online textbooks let students share notes across the globe

Florida State College at Jacksonville faculty have created 20 electronic textbooks that are accessible on a free online platform that lets students take notes in the margins, search for key…

Software update could turn Kindle users into a cloud-based book club

Amazon has posted an overview of what Kindle owners can expect in its version 2.5 software update slated for late May, and a key feature of the update will integrate…

Steve Jobs attacks Adobe Flash as unfit for iPhone

For iPhone users who've been wondering whether their devices will support Flash technology for web video and games anytime soon, the answer is finally here, straight from Steve Jobs, reports…

Professor to students: Text away

Georgia State University students who don’t want to yell their questions from the back of a cavernous lecture hall now have another option: They can send text messages to their…

HP buying Palm for $1.2 billion

Palm, the company that invented the PDA but has struggled to stay relevant in recent years, will be acquired by computing giant Hewlett-Packard for $1.2 billion, CNET reports. …

Turnitin used by all universities in Singapore

iParadigms, creator of the plagiarism prevention program Turnitin, has announced that its software has been adopted by all four universities in Singapore, PR Newswire reports. …

Stanford students’ video helps effort to save preemies

Through an experimental class at Stanford's Graduate School of Business that tries to use social media for the public good, a trio of students posted a video to YouTube this…

Lots of technology, but we’re missing the point

No matter how much technology we throw at our students, they will flounder if they do not know how to handle information effectively.…

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