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Devin Krauter sits on the end of his bed, tapping buttons on his video game controller to shoot down alien beasts while chatting with other players through a headset, texting on his cell phone and talking to a visitor. The 17-year-old high school junior is ranked...

While it might have been a tad on the excessive side to call the police on a 14-year-old girl for texting during class, the teen in question certainly didn't help anything by trying to hide her phone away in her butt. Read full article>>...

Marquette students frustrated with campus Internet speed should resist the urge to pull out their hair — a substantial boost in campus Internet capacity is in the works. The university is planning to enlarge the Internet capacity for students from 100 to 700 megabits per second,...

SAN FRANCISCO — It's boom — and bust — for Silicon Valley companies these days. Literally. Facing their worst economic climate since the dot-com bust in the early 2000s, high-tech companies are treating 2009 with dread — but also with a tinge of optimism if they...

Healthcare providers are becoming more cautious with IT spending and are looking for products, such as self-service solutions, that have a measurable return on investment, according to a new survey. The survey, conducted by Healthcare Informatics Research, polled 435 IT professionals between Nov. 25 and Dec....

It's not hard to see that 2008-09 is going to get worse before it gets much better. Some sectors, such as storage, data center automation and e-discovery, seem immune to the downturn, but chip, computer, handheld, flash memory and server makers continue to struggle big...

UC Berkeley researchers have found that cloud computing has great opportunity to exploit unprecedented IT resources if vendors can overcome a litany of obstacles. UC Berkeley researchers have outlined their view of cloud computing, which they say has great opportunity to exploit unprecedented IT resources if...

Comprehensive Computer Consulting, Inc., a Madison based company, was awarded a five year $1.8 million contract from the US Department of Interior - US Geological Survey. The purpose of the contract is to help construct a national Biological Data Management System. The Biological...