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A New York Times reporter caught wind of a teacher who decided to count the number of notifications her students received from their phones during class.
Reports from government sources say that Canada's most populous province will enforce a smartphone use ban with few exemptions.
HP continues its showcase of Chromebooks for the education sector this week with an AMD-powered product meant for the lab and field trips.
HP has two new Chromebooks coming out just in time for school districts to pick out new equipment for their students. You can get one of them, too, in April.
Preparing for the steampunk apocalypse? You might want to make your own phone. This crowdfunded kit, fully funded, will take you from circuit board to code.
Occasionally, we come across these unscientific, weird surveys that characterize owners of certain brands of phones in certain ways.
Apple is going to get plenty of attention during the second half of 2018 with new MacBook Air models and an upgraded Mac mini
If you're going to SLU, get used to hearing Alexa. A lot. If you want to opt out, all you do is unplug the device, finish the year and return the Echo Dot.
That's $719. If you're a student, it can cost less than $650. But you're going to have to do some research, march into a store and call for a price check.
It's been thought that if students and educators weren't enticed by the Surface Laptop already would rather have this than a Chromebook or iPad.
Instagram is basically letting users do hour-long videos while Apple seems to be taking its time fixing problems on futurist products. All on our show!
In New South Wales, the government has commissioned a study to look into the digital behaviors of students from kindergarten to Year 12.
That's a $300 discount for, well, an admittedly old MacBook, but it's still worth a look at if you're going off to college soon.
Where home internet isn't as usable as it may be elsewhere and trips to and from school take hours rather than minutes, this program aims to fill the gap with connected learning.
In many cases, these discounts are roughly in the range of US$20 to US$50, which makes Apple's claim about this iPad being "the most affordable" one pretty true. Just don't worry about the Apple Pencil.
Apple is touting this as the most affordable iPad yet with the option for users to grab hold of the Apple Pencil (for $99) and take their experience by the reins.
Acer is taking Chrome OS to a tablet, but forgot to leave the word "book" behind in naming this product. It's targeted for education.
Educators will get the first look at whatever hardware, software and support programs Apple wants to reveal on Tuesday. Students will have to wait.
A new low-cost iPad with a 9.7-inch screen and classroom focus is practically guaranteed to see daylight on March 27, unlike that oft-rumored affordable 13-inch MacBook.
An education-focused Apple event on March 27 sounds perfect for the announcement of an oft-rumored new 9.7-inch iPad and 13-inch MacBook.
Windows 10 S has never been truly recognized by market metrics. Perhaps it never need be thanks to a shift in strategy for the OS targeting Chromebook users.
Acer is apparently preparing to release the world's first Chrome OS tablet, and... that's all we know for sure.
Microsoft still thinks it can beat Google in the classroom, marketing four new Windows 10 and Windows 10 S devices from Lenovo and JP as powerful alternatives for Chromebooks.