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The UK computer agency Becta is advising schools that are considering moving to Microsoft's School Agreement subscription not to sign licensing agreements with Microsoft because of alleged anti-competitive practices. The agency reminds schools they are...

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An Australian state has banned video website YouTube from its government-run schools. According to Victoria's Education Services Minister Jacinta Allan, the move will help limit cyber-bullying and was prompted after a gang of male students...

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Hewlett-Packard said Friday that it has finalized a $68 million deal to provide notebook computers to sixth grade students in the state of Michigan. As previously reported, the Palo Alto, Calif., company...

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Sun is aiming to persuade schools to ditch Microsoft Office in favour of its StarOffice productivity suite, with a marketing campaign launched today. The new StarOffice 6.0 education licenses mean that the software...

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When it comes to keeping computers running, many school districts rely on students, according to a study by the National School Boards Foundation. The group said the survey it commissioned of 90 of...

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After an initial shock, U.S. universities are learning to live with file swapping among students on campus, despite legal risks and the heavy demands such activities place on computer networks. When Napster...

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A proposed settlement agreement in a series of antitrust suits may not only give Microsoft a fairly inexpensive legal resolution, it may also help the company and its PC allies further erode Apple Computer's position...

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