This colorful kids game will entertain and educate your kids, though it suffers from a limited vocabulary.
SkyVoyager application updates with new name and new features, but still offers a guided tour of the sky.
Brendan Wilhide looks at two offerings from Mobilinga that offer to teach you Spanish from the comfort of your iPhone. Both Start Spanish and Spanish Vocabulary are solid offerings that work better as complements to other teaching tools.
Medical students at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom are being given Apple iPhones to ensure they can access text books when away from campus.
We focus this week on the different ways that businesses and classrooms are incorporating Apple's iOS devices.
The National Archives has a new site for exploring its rich holdings. DocsTeach.org brings to life thousands of primary source documents like maps, photographs, letters, charts, audio, and video.
The first big update to this free, magazine-style Wikipedia browser brings offline reading, more font options, and the removal of an iOS gesture that seemed to be unpopular among iPad owners.
Think the iPad's too cool for school? Think again. At least it isn't being viciously beat up and dissected by those iFixit bullies like its iPod cousins. And while it may take $1 billion every year to keep the iTunes Store's doors open, YouTube still hasn't managed to post a profit.
A major upgrade to this note-taking, sketching, and to-do-tracking iPad app for students adds the ability to share notes on Facebook and directly with other CourseNotes users. A new in-app store with premium content also provides access to specialized note templates and study sheets.
A Scottish school has reportedly become the first in the world where all lessons take place using computers - Apple's iPad tablet computer.