Ireland is to install high speed lines into 216 secondary schools in its ongoing broadband project.
Apple has just announced that iTunes U content downloads have crossed the one billion threshold.
Many educational institutions feel that they do not work in an efficient way, according to new research.
A robot called EMOTE could be appearing in the classrooms in England in the not too distant future.
Ethiopian schools in the remote north of the country are to receive technology for their classrooms.
Humans will be outnumbered by smart devices in approximately four years’ time, says a new report.
Yet more Venezuelan school pupils will have the benefit of learning with Canaima computers during 2013.
VIA has announced the release of two new basic programmable computing devices: the APC Rock and the APC Paper.
Korea is taking its language teaching to another level with the growing use of technology.
As the Raspberry Pi approaches its first birthday, it appears to be going from strength to strength.
Single function devices are losing favour with consumers who increasingly opt for multi-functional ones, says a new report.
The iPad is dominating current web activity in the USA, new figures have revealed.
The e-book reader market is in decline, thanks to the rise of a range of more versatile tablet devices.
Two schools in Singapore are planning to take learning with technology to a new level in 2013.
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