Two MU grads charged in spam scheme

Two tech-savvy brothers hammered U.S. college students with millions of illegal spam e-mails, often using the University of Missouri's networks in the process, according to a federal indictment unsealed Wednesday. | 0 Comments


Google Expands Service to Detect Swine Flu in Mexico

Google has released a new version of its Flu Trends service that is tailored for Mexico in the hope of helping health officials and others track the spread of swine flu in that country. | 0 Comments

Amazon web services offers low cost access to students

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has begun offering grants of $100 per student for free usage of its cloud infrastructure services in eligible courses at accredited universities. | 0 Comments


New Project Enlists Women to Help Women Learn Onlin

St. Louis - Gail Weatherly has gotten phone calls from women near tears over their situations.
They're taking care of kids. They can't afford child care. They can't make it to regular classes. And they don't know about online learning, said Ms. Weatherly, distance-education coordinator at Stephen F. Austin State University, in Nacogdoches, Tex. | 0 Comments

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