Apps Drive Hardware

One Tablet Per Child?

Apps and digital content are on the rise, and the multitouch interface may prove to be a game-changer for K12 schools.

A new tablet, just for schools, comes to life

The story behind CDI’s new Android Unobook
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A New Affordable Tablet for Education

Created specifically for students and teachers, the Unobook is a rugged, 8-inch multi-touch tablet that comes equipped with 16GB of Flash storage, extended life battery and dual cameras. It will be available exclusively through CDI Computers in May.

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Digital Wish’s Apps Center for Education Helps Teachers Identify Android Apps

Funded by a grant from the Motorola Mobility Foundation, Digital Wish has just launched the Digital Wish Apps Center, the newest tool designed to help teachers find the best educational applications designed for the Android operating system. 

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Pass This Along: Technology Solutions for Busy School Administrators

These six ideas can help you work more efficiently and effectively.
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Apple Reinvigorates a Focus on E-learning

Jill Duffy of may have said it best: "Apple brings a spotlight with it everywhere it goes, and people pay attention to anything caught in its glow."

Rumors of the new and improved iBooks application began swirling weeks before Apple's anticipated announcement on Jan. 19, but perhaps no one was expecting the tidal wave of media coverage that proclaimed the company's venture into the textbook industry to be the Holy Grail of K12 learning. After all, iPads are hardly new, nor are their netbook predecessors or online learning material, for that matter.

How to Update your Network on a Budget

Districts learn shortcuts in building an infrastructure that keeps up with demands for new technology, but doesn't cost a fortune.

The 2011 Readers' Choice Top 100 Products

The winners reflect how educators seek a variety of technological tools in tough economic times.

Schools Will Have More Tablets Than Computers by 2016

A new report reveals that most US schools are testing tablet devices, with the aim of having more tablets per students than computers by 2016.

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