Apple's education announcement is all over the news, with suggestions ranging from interactive textbooks to ebook publishing tools. Some, however, say that it's all over-hyped--so clearly we should be looking forward to the next next Apple announcement.
With an apparent eye on Apple's Thursday education event in New York, e-textbook provider Kno on Tuesday announced two features designed to expand its capabilities in the increasingly competitive digital education market.
Six days after it holds an education-focused event in New York, Apple will announce its quarterly earnings and sales for the holiday quarter.
Apple maneuvers Mac sales straight down a trench, Target is bringing expanded Apple displays (no more than two meters wide) to its stores, and Samsung says Apple's TV plans are a one-in-a-million shot, kid. May the remainders for Thursday, January 12, 2012 be with you.
We asked Dan Moren and Lex Friedman to predict what Apple might unveil at its education-focused event on January 19. Here's what they come up with.
Apple on Wednesday announced an education-related event to take place in New York City on January 19.
MacTech Magazine on Tuesday announced its series of 2012 events aimed at small-business consultants and other IT professionals who work with Apple products.
It's little wonder why the iPad is becoming a more popular classroom tool when you consider some of the education apps available in the App Store. We honor a pair of favorites from the past year with our App Gems Awards.
The iPhone is the bee's knees in business, Stanford gives you a free education, and one noted photographer is all about the iPhone.
A battery-boosting iOS update may be making its way out to select users, one overseas institution may immortalize Apple's former CEO, and Steve Jobs asks "what's the deal with television?"