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Palo Alto computer system crashes, erasing data

Teachers put in extra hours to re-enter grades and students even rewrote essays after a computer system used by Palo Alto high and middle schools crashed last month, erasing more…

Palo Alto computer system crashes, erasing data

Teachers put in extra hours to re-enter grades and students even rewrote essays after a computer system used by Palo Alto high and middle schools crashed last month, erasing more…

Camera modified into stun gun found at school

A student at a Michigan school district learned to convert a disposable camera into a makeshift stun gun by watching a YouTube video and used the device on his friends…

California Senate approves software as an alternative to textbooks

California teenagers might be spared having to lug backbreaking loads of textbooks to school under a proposal that would make it easier for campuses to use electronic instructional material, reports…

With few businesses hiring, students start their own

With unemployment at a 25-year high and job prospects dim, more college students are looking to start their own businesses, reports the Christian Science Monitor. …

Tech firms could see fallout from antitrust shift

If the Obama administration is serious about more aggressively responding to antitrust complaints, some of technology's biggest companies could have to rethink their business strategies or expansion plans, reports the…

Microsoft says Windows 7 on track for holidays

Microsoft Corp. is on track to release its new Windows 7 operating system in time for the holiday shopping season, an executive said May 11, confirming talk it is ahead…

Robot takes over Tokyo classroom

Saya the teacher doesn't mind being poked or pinched, or if the students play in class: She's an android designed to show children that science and technology can be fun…

Forensics help make science cool

Many people fret these days about the state of science education in America and how kids just don't like the topic -- yet at New Rochelle High School in New…

Students compete for Google logo prize

Two Delaware students are among 40 finalists in Doodle 4 Google, a national art competition to design a Google logo, reports the News Journal -- with the chance to win…