There are some technologies that you don't need regardless of the 'cool' factor. Save your money and buy a nice tablet computer instead.
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Android dominates the global mobile platform in the consumer market. In the enterprise, Apple's iOS gets an iPad boost and leads. Why?
Lenovo will offer a Chromebook version of its ThinkPad X131e for the education sector. The Chromebook will be sold only to schools for grades K-12.
Microsoft has launched a scheme to knock 30 percent off Windows 8 devices for UK schools, while Steve Ballmer has paid a visit to Downing Street to promote a new programme to tackle youth unemployment.
After the lack of MPEG-2 and VC-1 caused an outcry among fans using the cheap Linux computer as a media centre, Raspberry Pi puts up licences for the video codecs on sale.
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The world's cheapest computer is back on track, says the New York Times, which praises version 2 of the Aakash tablet for its solid technology.
Changes in the behavior of Save As in OS X Lion and now Mountain Lion make problems for longtime users of Macs.
China is projected to be on par with the U.S. as a future technology innovation leader -- and the next big breakthrough is predicted to come from cloud and mobile.
Rangan Srikhanta, CEO of One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Australia, has praised the government for its decision to provide a grant of over $11 million to the foundation as part of this year's Federal Budget.
The weekly roundup of Generation Y and student resources you may have missed.
Is the One Laptop per Child scheme producing the results we expected?
Android tablet makers, being a disparate bunch of OEMs, aren't in a position to plan and organize a proper campaign against Apple.
The cheap Linux computer, aimed at getting children into programming, has finally gone on sale, with demand bringing down the websites of its vendors
I love hardware as much as the next geek, but solving our ed tech problems will require one heck of an ecosystem; hardware is a tiny piece of the puzzle.
Hardware is only a tiny part of the problem we need to solve to get educational resources into kids' hands (both literally and figuratively) at scale.
The eTextbook industry got a big publicity and market education boost last week with Apple's announcements. What it didn't get was the market revolution it could have.
Apple's new iBooks textbooks will widen the digital gap between the educational haves and have-nots.
We're so close I can taste it. But the business models and content just aren't there yet.
The government of India has finally launched the much talked about $35 tablet targeted at students and institutes. The tablet will also be commercially available at retail stores starting November.
Netbooks may be losing ground to tablets, but Intel's newly announced Classmates are one segment that keeps the upper hand.