Don't-Miss Education software Stories
Beginning in July, the iTunes U app for iPad will let teachers create courses right on the device, among other improvements.
Social, creative, battery-free Osmo gives school-age kids a whole new way to play, and more than just a screen to touch.
Apple's also published a document that details how several security systems in iOS work, and been deemed the most admired company in the world for a seventh straight time.
That new iPad you got for the holidays will seem a little barren until you start adding some apps. We can tell you what you should download.
The company is participating in the nationwide Computer Science Education Week, offering customers free hands-on programming workshops at its retail stores.
We close out our look at content-rich mobile apps with a round-up of the ones that caught our eye over the last year.
Even kids too young to read can order these robots around, learning coding concepts and having fun at the same time.
In this week's Mac app roundup, we'll help you organize your time, read your news, manage your every thought, and even … learn your ABCs.
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.
Dragging education into the Information Age has taken centuries of technological improvements.
In this week's roundup of significant Mac app updates and releases, we've got solutions for managing money and files, browsing the Web, geocoding your photos, and even printing (yes, printing). And a standout iOS app makes its way to the Mac.
Apple has posted pages detailing new iOS 7 features for business and education users, including streamlined device management, single sign on, and App Store license management.