It’s Christmas-comes-early for geeks.
My teachers always told me that there’s no such thing as a free lunch. Apparently, that also applies to Microsoft Office.
ReadyForce and SignalFire are co-hosting the second University Hacker Olympics from September 13-15 in what they claim is “the most epic university hackathon ever.”
MakeGamesWithUs is a Y Combinator company that teaches people how to build iPhone games. The team is juggling the day-to-day grind of building a small startup with the demands of teaching 75 students how to code.
Online learning platform Udemy announced today that it now supports nine foreign languages and hit the milestone of one million students.
NASA is releasing a “tank-like” rover out into the wild, this time to study warming glaciers on Earth. It’s called Grover, and it was built by a team of students.
Microsoft will offer a discounted version of Windows 8 Pro for students after the price of the OS goes up on Feb. 1, but anyone who wants to get in on Windows 8 can do so at an even lower price during the next two days.
Can you build a better mousetrap? Or, better yet, an improved moonbuggy?
Even though 90% of our users are on Facebook, it doesn’t mean they want to work there.
On the Flinja marketplace, students can offer services to build professional networks and earn extra cash
They can’t buy a celebratory bottle of champagne, but they’re hoping to start a new business. Meet the new class of under 20 would-be college kids dropping out of college to work on their entrepreneurial dreams under the watchful eye of investor Peter Thiel.
Apple today released details of its 2011 back to school promotion, which offers eligible buyers a $100 app store credit with the purchase of a Mac computer from Apple’s education store.
Nine companies showed their stuff at SSE Labs‘ demo day in Palo Alto, Calif., today. SSE Labs is a startup accelerator that is actually now named StartX. The accelerator provides student entrepreneurs with housing, office space, cash stipends, workshops and mentorship — much like storied incubator Y Combinator, except the advisors don’t take an equity stake in any of the companies.
The developers behind the Kno, a student-focused tablet computer with a pen input, are in talks to sell off their hardware business and focus exclusively on software, according to tech blog BoomTown.
StudyBlue, a startup that helps high school and college students study online, announced today it has raised $3.65 million.
In an effort to extend its reach to college students, burgeoning location check-in service Foursquare announced its “Foursquare for Universities” program today. The program looks to help students and staff connect with each other and explore their campus by offering its popular site-wide check-in, tips, and badges offering in a centralized, targeted way.