The National Security Agency may not be the only ones peeking into our activities. A recent research project at Johns Hopkins University has shown that unauthorized users can hack into internal webcams on certain classes of Apple computers to disable the green light that tells us when the webcam is in use.
During a recent symposium on the Federal Reserve System, George Washington University announced that it would offer its first massive open online course on the same subject.
Two doctoral candidates at the City University of New York Graduate Center recently scored prizes from the American Association for the Advancement of Science for a project in which they created a free inquiry-based science curriculum to teach college and high school students how to do modern biological research.
Ryerson University in Toronto is installing 802.11ac wireless networking in its new Ted Rogers School of Management and is upgrading many of its existing access points to the new technology.
Shipments of devices with the Android operating system will surpass 1 billion units in 2014, according to a new forecast from market research firm Gartner.
Harvard University's "Library Test Kitchen," recently showed off student projects that could one day turn up in libraries.
Three education organizations are teaming up to deliver training to principals about how to create digital learning environments in their schools.
A software-as-a-service application that allows teams of users to create online courses has gone into open beta.
A team of researchers at Cornell University has successfully produced a fully functional loudspeaker using a 3D printer.
Indiana University is rolling out a new videoconferencing solution across its eight campuses this spring in a move to support its growing distance learning and digital collaboration initiatives.