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Logitech has several keyboards for the iPad, but the new Wired Keyboard for iPad is the first to plug into the tablet for use in the classroom where wireless keyboards are not ideal.
The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations has confirmed that year 9 to year 12 students in 2013 will be the last to receive laptops under the current scheme.
E-Skills UK is working with several businesses to offer cybersecurity apprenticeships that could help train the next generation of cyber warriors.
Massive open online courses will soon deliver an advanced comp-sci degree at a very, very low price, courtesy of Georgia Tech, Udacity and AT&T.
Google Play for Education lets teachers deploy an app or an e-book to all of their students' tablets at once.
University of Delhi launches a mobile app competition open to students, who have to submit a working prototype which will eventually be available for download on the university's Web site.
An independent audit has found that many of Western Australia's universities and state training providers have failed to resolve the cheap and easy-to-fix information system weaknesses that they were informed about in previous years.
Google says that Australia must use education to turn from a nation of technology consumers to technology creators.
Vrizlynn Thing, acting head of Singapore's cybercrime research department, is pushing for digital forensics to be taught in schools, to help address the shortage of talent amid the rising incidence of cyberattacks.
As part of NIIT's latest online education push, about 200,000 Indian students over the next year are expected to leverage its Web applications to ask questions in virtual classrooms, perform experiments in virtual labs, and take tests online.
Tertiary institutions tend to emphasize more on technical skills while cybersecurity modules are not mandatory, and this is contributing to security professionals here getting lower pay and valued less.
Buy one "Nook Book," get one free -- but only in brick-and-mortar stores. Can you smell the desperation?
The Cambridge University Computer Lab has celebrated its first 75 years with a coffee-table book that covers the history of computing from its pioneering EDSAC to the Raspberry Pi
The educational publishing giant continues on its recent spree of technology-focused acquisitions.
Dell's new laptop for schools is slick. But what's much more interesting is how it envisions it being used to support the latest generation of student assessments.