When education has been kicked to the curb, how practical is a $1,000 iMac? More important, how appropriate are desk-bound computers for schools?
Apple on Monday unveiled a stripped-down, $999 iMac available only to educational institutions.
Amazon on Monday launched Kindle Textbook Rental, which allows customers to save money on textbook ebooks by renting them from the Kindle Store, instead of buying them outright.
Either the iPhone or iPad version of this visual fact book for kids offers an appealing interface and fun, easy to use content. But it would be nice if Geo Walk contained more of that content.
If you're an IT manager worried about how Lion's Mac App Store-only distribution will affect your deployment, the company has posted a PDF to its Sales website detailing exactly how business and education customers can upgrade come July.
Apple’s annual Back to School promotion is back and the company is offering college students and teachers a $100 Back to School card to spend at its online stores.
The student winners of the Apple Design Awards hope to turn their school projects into early success.
We rank our favorite apps for helping your kids learn their A-B-Cs.
Learning the alphabet isn’t exactly as easy as A-B-C for some kids. But with an iPad and a solid app or two, your kids will soon be reciting the alphabet in no time. Lex Friedman looks at the best options in the App Store for learning letters.
NetSupport Assist, a tool that allows teachers to effectively teach and monitor classes, is now available for Mac and Linux.