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Kno adds new education features before Apple event

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.

Thursday's event kicks off busy week for Apple

Six days after it holds an education-focused event in New York, Apple will announce its quarterly earnings and sales for the holiday quarter.

Remains of the Day: Stay on target

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.

Forecasting next week's Apple education event

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 announces Jan. 19 education event in NYC

Apple on Wednesday announced an education-related event to take place in New York City on January 19.

MacTech announces 2012 events

MacTech Magazine on Tuesday announced its series of 2012 events aimed at small-business consultants and other IT professionals who work with Apple products.

App Gems: Top education apps

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.

Remains of the Day: This time, it means business

The iPhone is the bee's knees in business, Stanford gives you a free education, and one noted photographer is all about the iPhone.

Remains of the Day: Power to the people

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?"

Get smarter with iTunes U

You've probably noticed it in the navigation bar at the top of the iTunes Store, but have you ever clicked on the iTunes U link? If not, join the millions of people have and expand your knowledge -- for free. Kirk McElhearn explains how.