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The Amplify Tablet: A Device Custom Made For Teachers And Students
Can MOOCs Save Academic Freedom?
YouTube shows video creators what copyright restrictions their audio will face
Musicians hear songs when they read music, non-musicians seek visual patterns
Google wants to speed up the mobile web with AMP project
Justice Dept. defends public’s constitutional ‘right to record’ cops
Journalism Online: Time to Start Paying for Online News
Survey Says: Only DRM-Free Music Is Worth Paying For
Google Selleth Then Taketh Away, Proving the Need for DRM Circumvention
2008: Year of Information Overload?
Wikipedia Hoax Points to Limits of Journalists' Research
Making Money Selling Music Without DRM: The Rise of eMusic
The Question of Banning Laptops in Class: It's Academic, Silly
Open Source Projects Threatened by e-learning Patent
Google+ updates its user interface, refines navigation and photos
Leaked Media Defender E-Mails Reveal Secret Government Project
California Open Source Digital Textbook Plan Faces Barriers
Format shifting, low damages put Canada on IP watch list
How will we know when the Internet is dead?
What Google knows about you and how to tweak it
Judge blocks law against private messages between teachers and kids
The sods must be crazy: OLPC to drop tablets from helicopters to isolated villages
Apple to announce tools, platform to "digitally destroy" textbook publishing
How ISPs can sell your Web history—and how to stop them
Cloud computing pushes into the classroom, but not without challenges
Google prepares publishers for the release of Chrome ad-blocking

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