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2 days ago By Raj Goyal

Phonics Coach

Phonics Coach is an educational software app, designed to help kids improve saying and spelling words as well as recognizing letters...

August 12, 2014 by

Autodesk launches ANZ education push

Autodesk is offering schools and universities in Australia and New Zealand free access to its suite of design software and creativity apps, in an education program that it claims is valued at more than AU$25 million.

2 days ago By Zoola Apps

Baby First Words - FREE

"Baby First Words" is a perfect tool for toddlers, who are just learning to engage with words. With adorable animations accompanied...

May 22, 2015 By YULIYA SHNITKO

Quick Spanish.

This app is a great educational software that helps you understand and pronounce Spanish words in the shortest possible time. Excellent...

Sponsored by SAP

September 28, 2012 by

Parents Need Mobile Device Management, Too

Parental controls apps are to parents what mobile device management is to IT administrators. This is an area where Android, perhaps surprisingly, may have the lead over iOS.

November 15, 2011 by

Kno: Software is eating education

In this interview, Kno Co-founder and CEO Osman Rashid explains where his eTextbook software is today, where it is headed, and how technology and the private sector will reform education.

November 15, 2011 by

Google beefs up mobile device management Apps tools

Google has expanded the capabilities of its mobile device management tools for Google Apps for Business, Government and Education customers.On Monday, software engineer Hong Zhang wrote a blog post explaining the new features, which include a better view of the handsets and tablets being managed, as well as more granular policy controls.

May 1, 2011 by

Tas education dept seeks Mac antivirus

Tasmania's Department of Education has gone to market for antivirus software for its 40,000 desktop PCs and 1000 servers, specifying that solutions must be able to secure not only Microsoft Windows, but also Mac OS X and Linux, in a move that has once again raised the question of to what degree the alternative platforms require dedicated security software.

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