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ARM has revealed the Embedded Education Kit, a low-cost toolkit for teaching embedded systems design and programming concepts.
A new program launched by the Victorian government is aiming to assist in generating a potential AU$3.5 billion productivity boost by improving the information and communications technology skills among small and medium-sized business owners.
Apple has pledged $100 million to President Obama's ConnectED initiative, a scheme designed to promote the use of technology in schools.
The Christchurch-based open-source specialist will own the Mahara trademark, and is signalling changes to the project's partner program.
How do you vanish online? Follow these 10 steps to get started.
IT professionals need to diversify to stay current in their job roles, according to Tech Pro Research's report on the future of IT jobs.
Following the acquisition of Skybox, Google is giving high-quality satellite images away for free to non-profits.
In what ways can teachers use tech to enrich their lessons?
A roundup of educational articles, apps and tutorials for educators looking to integrate technology into the classroom, updated for 2014.
Operating and maintaining the sensitive IT equipment in Australia's tropical far north can be a challenging undertaking, but NEC Australia has worked out a way to keep things running for some of Australia's most remote communities.
Google and the UK's Oxford University are teaming up to advance the field of artificial intelligence.
Romania's universities have classes in English, German and French, and with degrees recognised across the EU, could the country hold the key to a debt-free education?
Apple's Steve Wozniak has taken up a position at the University of Technology, Sydney, as an adjunct professor. Sometimes in the flesh, and at other times teleconferencing.
Tech business whizz Bel Pesce was chosen as a laureate at the luxury brand's international business plan competition for her education project.
Back in the days of wooden ships and iron programmers, there was an operating system called CP/M. Now, after 30 years, you can finally download its source code. Plus, Gewirtz goes ancient geek and talks about language design in 1980.