GCC Brings New Focus to Online Classes

Marlon Miranda, Staff Writer

March 19, 2013

Online courses have blown into the academic consciousness as higher education is leaning more on technology. GCC is preparing to take the steps needed to become a more cyber efficient campus. Fabiola Torres started her career...

Google Wants Gadgets for Awards

J.P. LEIDER
Minnesota Daily
University of Minnesota

September 29, 2006

(U-WIRE) MINNEAPOLIS — Until Nov. 1, the Mountain View, Calif.-based corporation Google is seeking submissions from students at colleges and universities nationwide in an effort to find the brightest ideas for the Google...

Computers Help, Harm Students During College Careers

JAMIE SMITH
The Daily Vidette
Illinois State University

August 22, 2006

(U-WIRE) NORMAL, Ill. — The lesson of losing a 20-page term paper because of a blackout or virus only has to be learned once for a college student. The motto "Save early and save often" is repeated in a student's mind as...

Dell Forced to Recall Batteries Due to Fire Risk

MATTHEW BEALE
The Dartmouth
Dartmouth University

August 17, 2006

(U-WIRE) HANOVER, N.H. — Dell Inc. announced Tuesday that it is recalling 4.1 million laptop batteries purchased between April 2004 and July 18 of this year because they could burst into flames. The recall of Dell's So...

Sports Fans Can Network With New Site

NICOLE SMALL
Mustang Daily
California Polytechnic

August 17, 2006

(U-WIRE) SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — It's a place where friends are rivals and rivals are friends. Huh? There is a new Web site called FanSpot — www.fanspot.com — geared toward the sports fanatic. FanSpot is organi...

Community College Embraces Podcasts as Teaching Tool

DOUANE D. JAMES
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Via The Arbiter Online
Boise State University

April 3, 2006

Broward Community College students soon may be able to get their education "on demand." The school is experimenting with podcasting, a new digital technology that allows students to download lectures and other course material fo...

Canon Digital Rebel XT Excellent for Amateurs, Adequate for Pros

MICAH McLAUGHLIN
Arbiter Staff Writer
The Arbiter Online
Boise State University

April 3, 2006

Amateurs should find the Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT more than adequate for shooting in just about every condition. Professionals, on the other hand, might find it to be missing some features that will serve more advanced professional ne...

Upgrade Your iPod Sound

MIKE WENDLAND
Detroit Free Press Via The Arbiter Online, Boise State University

March 10, 2006

The monster success of the iPod has spawned a booming side business. There are now dozens of third-party ear buds, in-ear plugs and head phones meant to make the sound you get from your iPod boom out better than it does with...

iPod Lovers May Be Tuning Out the World

ABIGAIL LEICHMAN
The Record
Via The Arbiter Online, Boise State University

March 10, 2006

When Josh Adams sees other students at Manhattan's School of Visual Arts each plugged into an iPod, he figures they're being antisocial. "I feel like they're trying to shut people out, maybe even unintentionally," says the 18...

Tech Talk — Best of CES Awards

MATT NELSON
HSU Oracle

January 26, 2006

The International Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, is a gadget lovers paradise that takes place annually in Las Vegas. This years edition of the show, hosted in early January, didnt disappoint, with over 2,500 exhibitors showcasin...

Microsoft Unveils New Products

SOPHIA SEREMETIS
Daily Staff Writer
Spartan Daily
San Jose State University

November 7, 2005

What is the one thing that could persuade more than 150 tech-savvy, northern California college students to leave their MP3 players, keyboards and monitors behind on a school night? Party at Microsoft, of course. On Sunday, st...

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