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Researchers create DVDs with massive storage

"Five-dimensional" discs with a capacity 10,000 times greater than current DVDs could be on the market within 10 years, Reuters reports. …

Report: Apple to answer netbook market with $500-$700 tablet

With a conventional netbook out of the question, researchers for Piper Jaffray said May 21 there's mounting evidence to suggest Apple next year will introduce its own take on the…

UN agency seeks protection for children online

The UN telecommunications agency is drawing up guidelines to protect children from sexual predators operating on the internet, cyber bullying, and the temptations of online commerce, AFP reports. …

Sixth grader wins Google logo contest

Technology prizes for you and your school, worldwide exposure, and the Google empire at your beck and call, if only for 24 hours -- not a bad day for a…

Colleges offer new web calculators that can help estimate the bottom line

To make it easier for prospective students to figure out how much it will cost them to go to college, Congress last year passed a higher education law that, among…

North Carolina lawmakers want kids out of Google images

North Carolina Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton and legislators from Charlotte and Raleigh on May 19 joined a child internet safety group as one of its leaders called for Google to…

New web site prepares Colorado students for life after school

The U.S. ranks 15th out of 29 developed countries in the percentage of college students who complete their degrees, and 10th in the world in the percentage of young adults…

Texas college gun bill clears first Senate hurdle

College students and faculty members with concealed handgun licenses in Texas would be allowed to pack their firearms on campus under a bill that the state Senate tentatively approved May…

Free Stanford iPhone podcasts downloaded 1 million times

An iPhone development course from Stanford University has recently reached a million downloads from Apple’s iTunes U, AppleInsider reports. …

New software makes iPhones spreadsheet-friendly

U.S. software developer MeLLmo has released a free application that turns iPhones into powerful tools for analyzing spreadsheets and reports, enhancing the appeal of Apple mobile devices to schools, businesses,…