Educator and developer Fraser Speirs reacts to Apple's Thursday announcements. Some of them are more revolutionary for educators than you'd think, but Speirs says the real revolution happened in 2010.
Fraser Speirs clears up one of the most misunderstood parts about how iOS 5 works: Multitasking versus the App Switcher, and how they're not related to one another.
In one Scotland school, every student has been given an iPad. Here's how those tablets have changed the way kids learn.
Fraser Speirs says that the iPad is an attempt to address the tech industry's greatest failure: the inability to make technology easy for regular people to use, so they can get on with their real jobs and lives.