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Go to college, get a free iPad

Want a free iPad? Enroll at Illinois Institute of Technology, and you’ll get one, NBC Chicago reports. IIT has announced that the school will be providing free Apple iPads, which…

UNC expects to save $100K through eBilling

Paying bills online is nothing new for 20-somethings, but the University of North Carolina’s elimination of traditional snail mail in sending out tuition bills means students will have to grant…

Google gives Voice to students, faculty as Gizmo integration looms

Google is now offering a Google Voice invite to anyone with an .edu eMail address, Fortune reports. The announcement, made on the official Google Voice Blog, lets the floodgates open…

Why universities should hate the iPad

If students embrace textbooks on the iPad, college bookstores might lose their shirts, CNN reports. …

Are video games the answer to college counseling shortage?

With college counseling dwindling in public schools, University of Southern California researchers have created a video game that lets student simulate the application process in all its complexity. …

Facebook meets the ‘Unlike’ button

The site that functions as one big popularity contest looks a little unpopular today. After a series of changes that eroded its users' privacy, Facebook has been getting smacked around…

Top U.S. carriers plot faster gadgets, services

Reuters reports that the next generation of high-speed internet services, tablets, smartphones, and other mobile gadgets could arrive faster than you would expect. …

Texas college teams up with digital signage industry

Students enrolled in Texas State Technical College’s Digital Signage Technology program will be able to network with digital signage professionals and stay up to date with the latest in interactive…

Wireless users opt for service without commitment

For wireless subscribers, commitment is out and short-term relationships are in, the Associated Press reports. This year, customers have been making a big shift away from two-year contracts toward “prepaid”…

Will Skype eclipse fee-based videoconferencing?

With school budgets continuing to shrink, many educators are turning to free or inexpensive software such as Skype, along with the web cameras that now come standard on most laptop…

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