Cal Poly Tech Park aims for partnership between industry and students

The Cal Poly Tech Park opened Wednesday, Oct. 27 to enable students to get work experience and collaboration opportunities with faculty members, other students and local businesses.

Your data stored in the clouds

Have you ever wondered if it would be possible to log onto a computer you have never used before, but have all your applications, data and settings from your home computer?

‘Super’ WiFi and Cell Service over airwaves

Ever been stuck in a classroom with no cell service? How about trying to find wifi on a road trip or hotel? There is a light at the end of the tunnel; a really bright light.

BLOG: Happy 20th Photoshop!

Adobe’s popular program is celebrating its twentieth anniversary.

Business profits from technology

Using a program called Elluminate, Fisher’s image appeared on his student’s computers. Using his PowerPoint notes, he lectured his students while they sat at home or in their dorms.

Books to go electronic when Kindles hit the library

Five new Kindles will be available for checkout in the Robert E. Kennedy library on Nov. 2 in an effort to find new forms of technology best suited to students’ study needs.

BLOG: Health awareness via text messages

The Peace Corps sends health related text messages throughout Namibia. Would you be interested in receiving text messages about health or safety topics in San Luis Obispo County?

BLOG: Cal State Fullerton, UCM pave social media path

Only one campus from the UC and one from the CSU has social media links to their Facebook and Twitter pages directly on the homepage.