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“We thought it sounded exciting and different,” he told the Times Education Supplement . “The potential to do this has been around for a few years; examiners already mark electronically. Why shouldn’t they look at doing the same this end?
The unveiling of the Touch Cover was perhaps the most intriguing bit of the Microsoft Surface tablet event in California on Monday evening , and the single feature of the Surface that most clearly differentiates it from Apple's dominant iPad.
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Following today’s Apple Event , Apple has just released Apple Configurator , an app that “makes it easy for anyone to mass configure and deploy iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch in a school, business, or institution.” Apple Configurator is likely of the same variety as what Apple uses in its own stores to reset its showroom devices, but now it’s available for organizations and schools to make updating and resetting devices effortless. This should break down a few major barriers that kept organizations from widely adopting the devices before.
Tim Cook on the 55 million iPads sold to date: This 55 is something no one would have guessed.
Have you just got a shiny new iPad as a holiday gift, or maybe just bought one for yourself? Here’s an easy Getting Started Guide that will help you get the most out of your new favorite tablet:
Seeking a substitute for the popular Flip, Dominic Norrish checks out the Samsung HMX-W200
Hi-tech chapter in school history as children get Kindles 8:55am Friday 9th September 2011 in News CHILDREN at a Farnworth school are to be given Kindles to encourage reading.
By Neil Hughes A new survey of technology directors in U.S. school districts found that all of them are testing or deploying the iPad in schools, and they expect tablets to outnumber computers in the next five years. Analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray revealed the results of the small survey of 25 educational technology directors at a conference on the integration of technology in the classroom.
We’re learning lots of lessons about our iPads even before we have released them into the wild within our libraries. The concept is good.
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The topic of smartphone operating systems can be as divisive as politics or the Mac vs.
Wacom have (finally) started sending out orders of their new product, the Inkling . I got mine the other day and I’ve been having a good play with it.
It's easy to forget that when Apple 's first iPad was unveiled in January 2010, there were plenty of cynics questioning the need for a slate-shaped device sitting somewhere between a smartphone and a laptop computer.
[Editors note: Check out the updated iPad Stylus review here ]