Maintains Strong Share of Total US Sales Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), today released analysis of the results from its research on ...
As today's science affects our lifestyles exponentially, many districts now have line items in their budgets that reflect the changing landscape of high-tech learning. Is it justified? Will students continue to learn using yesterday's methods in preparation for a wireless, paperless future? Can they?
This month we have two very different tablets from Lenovo, which has been developing some interesting devices. I wanted to see if 8" Windows tablets were as valuable as their bigger brothers are, and also their intriguingly-shaped Android product.
We're in the heart of beach season, and it's time to replenish our stock of essentials, from sunglasses to sunscreen, books to laptops and everything in between.
Since making these small changes, my jaw is better, I sleep better and I am more relaxed and focused throughout the day. All because I made the choice to start my day in a deliberate, mindful way.
Our society is disconnected. Is that the independence our founding forefather's sought? Was the goal to reject the monarchy so we could all wear a cro...
Apple Can Sell More Products to Its Own Customers 43% of Apple Buyers Own Only One Device Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) released ana...
This is the first in a series of posts highlighting apps and their makers, both old and new, that have a compelling story. It's not only the apps that impress and inspire us, but the stories and the people behind them.
Kids are drawn like fish to water to games, especially on tablets like the iPad, Galaxy Tab and Kindle Fire. So you make sure they have fun, stay safe and learn something useful. But many parents don't realize there is another risk that can leave you with a hefty bill to pay.
I've talked to Jordan Rudess a few times over the years about his different musical projects. (See one of those interviews here.) Rudess is prim...
Apple's main effort to increase app diversity and discoverability has been to feature unique and exceptional apps on the main App Store screen.
For over a year in Los Angeles Unified, parents, students, teachers, and community members have wrestled with the details of Superintendent John Deasy's 1:1 iPad program and its $1 billion price tag.
If you're not aware of the hottest current digital device debate, you're probably not a parent or an educator.
A friend just sent me this video titled "Look Up" that powerfully demonstrates what we miss -- life, love, beauty, opportunity! -- when we immerse excessively in technology.
Apple's move will place ebooks just one click away from being discovered, sampled and purchased by nearly a billion readers. But how can indie authors and publishers make the most of this new development?
Today it's still about being thinner, but now it's about being bigger and bolder, too.