IT Trends :: Thursday, January 4, 2007

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Google to Top Visitor Rankings in 2007

Many analysts predicted that this would happen in 2007 anyway, but with its purchase of YouTube, Google is definitely destined to end Yahoo's 10-year ride at the top of the Internet charts, worldwide. Even without YouTube, in November Google surpassed Yahoo for the first time as the second-most-visited site worldwide…

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Penn State Students Oppose Reduction in Lab Computers

An ITS committee at Penn State is exploring the possibility of decreasing the number of computers on campus labs by up to 25 percent over the next five years.

Highlighting the unique challenges of a constituency as diverse as that on campus, including students for example, the students say that current plans "blatantly ignore the needs of a swelling university."…

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Six Ed-Tech Trends to Watch in 2007

These trends include: the leveling power of the World Wide Web; service-oriented architecture; cloud computing; and more. The barriers to any time, any place, anyone learning are no longer the least bit technological...

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Helping You Legally Download at Princeton

Mike Bebel, president and CEO of Ruckus Network, Inc., explains to Princeton University students why illegal file sharing must stop and how Ruckus is working with Princeton to bring legal file sharing to students. This deal creates a legal media downloading option and can reduce its external bandwidth usage through the available Ruckus cache server…

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