Wayne State University (WSU) will provide the technical, strategic, and systems support to provide high-speed WiMax and WiFi Internet access for residents in two low-income Detroit neighborhoods.
The Laurier School of Business & Economics in Waterloo, Ontario will be using Desire2Learn's mobile application, 2GO. Beginning this fall a hundred incoming students enrolled in the full-time MBA program on the Waterloo campus began using Research in Motion (RIM) BlackBerry 8900 smart phones as part of their program.
Georgia Institute of Technology has received grant money to improve the security of mobile devices and the telecommunications networks on which they operate. A research team has begun developing methods of identifying and remotely repairing mobile devices that may be infected with viruses or other malware.
Rave Mobile Safety has released Rave Alert 4.0, an upgrade of its notification service. The new version includes simplified integration capabilities with back-end systems and more robust alerting capabilities.
Blackboard has added the Research in Motion BlackBerry to its list of supported devices for the new Blackboard Mobile platform.
Could Google's Android be a spoiler in the smart-phone arms race after all?
LifeSize announced a new series of high definition telepresence systems, the LifeSize 220 Series.
AT&T has announced UpperClass, a mobile system delivering a wide range of campus-related information to students, administrators, faculty, parents and alumni.
ClearOne announced a new high definition video conferencing bundle featuring the company's RAV 600 audio conferencing system packaged with several Sony display products.
Jackson State University in Jackson, MS has implemented the Everbridge Aware for Campus Alerts emergency notification system to communicate with students, faculty, and staff.