In a survey of USA students preparing for college, the split between those intending to purchase laptops and tablets is almost even.
Dell has announced a partnership that will enable it to offer a blended learning and lecture solution to universities in the USA.
Microsoft has announced that the commercial release of Windows 8 will be in October.
IT spending across the globe for 2012 is on target to exceed that of 2011 at a predicted $3.6 trillion, says industry analyst, Gartner.
Google has simplified the installation, grouping and distribution of web applications for schools using Chromebooks.
The global PC market is expected to grow 5% year over year in 2012, but in challenging circumstances.
Global technology company HP is to shed 27,000 jobs worldwide as part of a streamlining-driven restructure of its business.
Hot on the heels of the initial demand for the Raspberry Pi micro computer, alternative devices are now making an appearance.
English schools wishing to implement technological controls that use biometric data will need to gain parents’ permission first.
Microsoft has announced that soon-to-be-released Windows 8 will not allow users to play DVDs on their PCs.
UK business customers will yet again have to pay more for software licences as Microsoft announces a volume licensing price hike.
Dell has said that its recently-released Ultrabook computer is selling better than the company had predicted.
The average broadband speed across the UK fell in the final three months of 2011, says a new report.
Barnes and Noble, manufacturer of the Nook e-book reader, has announced that it has formed a partnership with Microsoft.
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