Don't-Miss Education software Stories
The first version of Mathematica built around the Wolfram Language is equally at home with basic functions, machine learning, and even programmatic access to external hardware.
Microsoft has opened a private preview of Office Mix, which pumps up staid Office presentations with interactive features.
Intel launched a pair of reference designs for schools, loading up a tablet and a clamshell PC design with education-focused software and peripherals.
Google will team with the online-learning consortium backed by Harvard, MIT, Stanford and others to build out a new site that can be used to host courses online.
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Dragging education into the Information Age has taken centuries of technological improvements.
As a new school year approaches, Box is hoping to march into more campuses right alongside students and teachers with its cloud storage and file sharing application.
From geology to astronomy to meteorology to botany, these apps turn your phone into a virtual tricorder.
With the Internet allowing students to "shop" for the best lectures, the role of the college professor should shift to facilitating the progress of individual students, Bill Gates tells a Microsoft education summit.
Microsoft announced plans to launch Bing for Schools, which will optimize results for K-12 students.
A new feature released Tuesday from children's app maker Kidaptive lets parents track the progress of what their children are learning inside the company's first story and game application.
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