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Crowdsourcing start-up aims to change the world

Set to launch in beta form on April 6, Armchair Revolutionary is a web-based social activism platform designed to harness large-scale crowdsourcing and the boom in social gaming in a…

GW students, staff cannot use iPad with campus network

George Washington University students who purchase Apple’s iPad will not be able to use the device to connect to GWireless, the campus’s wireless network, reports the GW Hatchet. …

iPad App Store has wide selection of education options

Technology experts say Apple's latest gizmo, the iPad, won't replace students' laptops, but a menu of applications will help teach the periodic table, a range of languages, and a host…

Apple sells 300,000 iPads in first day

More than 300,000 iPads were scooped up by eager technology consumers during the device's first day on store shelves, and iPad users already have downloaded more than 1 million apps…

Social media: Colleges’ newest battlefield for students, alumni donations

Colleges’ unending campaign to attract more students and alumni donations has higher-education officials looking to two technologies that consume a growing chunk of people’s free time: social media and video…

New startups aim to help budding researchers with the click of a mouse

The Eureka Fund, based in San Francisco, is one of a handful of new nonprofit organizations that aim to finance small-scale, independent scientific research through online contributions, reports the New…

Sharp shows 3-D displays for mobile devices

Sharp's latest 3-D displays deliver bright, clear imagery without the cumbersome glasses usually required for such technology—but they only work on a 3-inch screen held a foot from the viewer's…

New application could make all software ‘open source’

Imagine controlling Apple iTunes from inside Microsoft Word without having to switch applications. That could be possible, PC World reports, thanks to the efforts of researchers at the University of…

Looking at the iPad from two angles

Apple’s iPad seems to be hated by techies and loved by everyone else—so New York Times technology columnist David Pogue has written separate reviews for the two audiences. The iPad…

Business schools respond to demand for use of social media

As companies turn to social media to engage customers on a personal level, several top business schools are incorporating courses on social networks into their curricula, reports the New York…

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