Don't-Miss Education software Stories
Apimac's Japanese-English Dictionary '08 gets some Leopard fixes and other changes, and is a free update for registered users.
MacProVideo releases two new tutorials for Motion and GarageBand.
Bill Gates said advances in software and computing will accelerate significantly in the next decade.
SmartMusic, the subscription-based music tutoring software, is now Leopard-compatible and sports other enhancements.
Vex Robotics has introduced a new Wi-Fi controller kit that enables Mac users to program robots.
The latest version of the tool for visualizing crystalline and molecular structures lets users animate changes to demonstrate how molecules transform during chemical reactions.
The software developer with a knack for breathing life into aging or abandoned software has two new makeovers on display at Expo: Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing and HyperStudio.
Heather Kelly shares a few of her favorite sights from the Expo show floor, all of which have a creative bent.
A new package from Imaginova lets you view the trips and the views seen by NASA's historic Apollo astronauts, who landed on the Moon.
Scholle Sawyer McFarland tries out NetTrekker, a kid-safe search engine aimed at putting search results in context for students of all age groups.
Highlights to this major update to the reference management application include an updated interface, new relational database engine, and enhanced formatting features.
National Instruments has updated its Lego Mindstorms NXT 1.1 software to work natively on Intel-based Macs.
Skyscape, the new medical info service, is now iPhone compatible.
Astoundit Software has updated its software suite for kids as a Universal binary and has made other improvements too.
The Wireless Educator Web site has embraced the iPhone with an exclusive picture publishing services called MobilePics.