Taking a stand against location tracking, one student found herself expelled.
Charlie Osborne talks about (and to) the next generation of IT users.
London-based medical anthropologist Charlie Osborne is a journalist, graphic designer and former teacher.
Are school budgets being battered by teachers who buy but never use the latest gadget?
Jobs are thin on the ground, but what measures can be taken to boost your prospects online?
Is analyzing a student's reading and editing time nothing more than Big Brother or necessary in a digital world?
Could Microsoft's Shape the Future program be an affordable way to give kids good computer equipment in schools -- and is it just about education?
Worship me, for I am Apple.
New data has revealed the 25 most common and easily crackable passwords on the web -- is yours on the list?
'Apps make smoking sexy' -- we always look for the next thing to blame, don't we?
A smartphone is not just a way to make calls -- now, it can be a status symbol. But could you afford any of these gadgets?
In a light-hearted look at the 2012 presidential campaign, Obama and Romney have become the target of many a meme and satirical video.