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Apple to launch e-texbooks at education event?

01/16/2012, Last week we reported about Apple sending out invitations to an “education event” in New York this Thursday, and while there has been speculations about what the event will be about – the Wall Street Journal and Ars Tecnicha seem to have...

Apple announces January 19 education event in New York

01/11/2012, Apple certainly places a lot of priority on education just like how the tiger moms do in order to eke out the very best in kids, and this trend does not look as though it is about to stop anytime soon after Apple announced an education event that will be...

YouTube for Schools keeps YouTube educational

12/12/2011, YouTube can be used as a valuable teaching tool in the classroom, but while it is chockfull of educational content and useful knowledge – it is also filled to the brim with distracting videos. Cute kittens, people “failing”, music videos,...

Plastic Logic 100 e-reader announced

09/13/2011, While classrooms in other parts of the world are getting their hands on iPads, select schools in Russia will be getting something a little more kid friendly with the Plastic Logic 100, which is more of an e-reader rather than a full fledged tablet like...

School in UK to offer iPad 2s to students

08/29/2011, It’s no secret that technology has enriched our lives and made things a lot more convenient, for example removing the need for flight bags on airplanes, which adds unnecessary weight to the plane, and while tablets being used in schools aren’t exactly...

Apple iMac targets education sector, goes for under $1,000 mark

08/08/2011, Apple knows how important it is to deliver quality education to the next generation of minds in the country, starting with the first batch of Apple IIs being sent to libraries located all over the nation, and ever since then, there has been contributions...

Xbox Kinect to be used in archaeological survey

08/03/2011, We’ve reported before on how the Xbox Kinect was used in the health care industry and now it looks like thanks to a hacked Kinect, it has managed to find its way to an archaeological survey in Jordan which will be conducted by students from the...

Amazon launches Kindle Textbook Rental services

07/18/2011, College and University graduates will probably be really jealous to hear that Amazon has launched a textbook rental service, where electronic versions of textbooks can be rented from Amazon’s Kindle Store, a service which was launched today.