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Colleges click the ‘like’ button on social media classes

From public relations in social media to the potential marketing power of "mommy bloggers," colleges and universities are offering graduate-level certificates focusing on the business side of Twitter, Facebook, and…

Rivals seize on troubles of Facebook

The New York Times reports that it sounds like a kamikaze mission: an upstart with a meager number of users and no capital squaring off against Facebook, a social networking…

WebM and Google’s web-video plan

Google, trying step by step to rebuild everything in the computing industry from internet protocols to cloud-computing services, began a new project called WebM on Wednesday that seeks to begin…

Goodbye to privacy?

PC World reports that New Yorker Barry Hoggard draws a line in the sand when it comes to online privacy. In May he said farewell to 1251 Facebook friends by…

Mizzou finds balance between web security, intellectual freedom

In fostering an open learning environment, it's important that a university's IT department doesn't inhibit independent thinking or intellectual freedom. However, the web surfing habits of employees were affecting the…

Android Music Store to take on Apple iTunes

All gloves are off between Google and Apple, after the search giant unveiled a host of products to compete with the Cupertino company, PC World reports. Following Google TV and…

FCC says wireless market is concentrated

CNET reports that the Federal Communications Commission warned May 20 in a new report that the wireless industry is becoming more concentrated. In its annual report on competition, the FCC…

Vendors link e-textbook content with LMS software

As digital textbooks become more common on higher-ed campuses, providers are making it easy for professors to share textbook notes and resources with students through their class learning management system…

Stanford prepares for a “bookless library”

One chapter is closing—and another is opening—as Stanford University moves toward the creation of its first "bookless library," a smaller but more efficient and largely electronic library that can accommodate…

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…

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