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Not everyone ready for the digital textbook revolution

Don’t let the iPhones and BlackBerries fool you: Research and a recent pilot program that put eReaders in college students’ hands showed that most students aren’t ready to read their…

Chinese challenge U.S. dominance in supercomputing

A Chinese supercomputer has been ranked as the world’s second-fastest machine, surpassing European and Japanese systems and underscoring China’s aggressive commitment to science and technology, reports the New York Times.…

4G wireless: It’s fast, but outstripped by hype

Cell phone companies are about to barrage consumers with advertising for the next advance in wireless network technology, reports the Associated Press: "4G" access.…

Taiwan’s AsusTek unveils tablet computer

Taiwan's AsusTek Computer Inc. on May 31 unveiled a portable tablet computer that runs on Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system, joining a slew of manufacturers trying to tap demand for…

Are standalone eBook readers doomed?

New research suggests that devices like the iPad, which let you read books and much more, are likely to dominate the market so fully that standalone eBook readers have little…

Higher education’s best mobile technology programs

With small private campuses and large research universities alike teeming with iPhones, iPod Touches, BlackBerries, and other mobile devices, a college counseling company has highlighted five institutions in particular as…

Researchers: Even violent video games can be learning tools

You're at the front lines shooting Nazis before they shoot you. Or, you're a futuristic gladiator in a death match with robots. Either way, you're playing a video game—and you…

Time Warner, Universal push back at iPad

Time Warner and NBC Universal have told Apple they won't spend the time and money to rework their Flash-friendly video libraries to make them compatible with the iPad, CNET reports.…

Privacy groups say Facebook changes don’t go far enough

Facebook's new privacy changes haven't been enough to satisfy its most vocal critics, CNET reports. …

3D gaming firm, Duke Medical School team up for virtual training

Virtual Heroes, a Raleigh, N.C.-based firm that focuses on so-called serious games technology for use in education and training, has teamed up with Duke University School of Medicine to use…

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