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Algebra

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DragonBox+ for Android

No matter how old you are, DragonBox+ is a great tool for learning how to solve basic algebraic equations, even considering its hefty price tag.

April 3, 2013

4 stars Editors' rating April 3, 2013

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'Adventure Time' clothing goes algebraic

Australian geek clothing specialist Black Milk has launched an officially licensed range of "Adventure Time" clothing for women.

By November 12, 2013

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Learn algebra with DragonBox+ (pictures)

We take a look at cleverly crafted math game DragonBox+, recently named "Best Serious Game" at the 2013 International Mobile Gaming Awards.

6 Images By April 3, 2013

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'Moto X + 1' = Motorola's next Android phone?

Here come the Moto X successor leaks. Early word from the rumor mill is that Motorola is taking some inspiration from algebra for its next flagship.

By April 6, 2014

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Haptic app helps visually impaired learn math

A Vanderbilt grad student wants the visually impaired to be able to use one of their strongest senses--touch--to better visualize algebra, geometry, and more.

By March 7, 2012

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Amazon releases new TenMarks math education app for Kindle

The company plays catchup with Apple on the education front with its recently acquired education app's debut on the Kindle Fire tablet.

By June 2, 2014

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UK schools to teach robotics, 3D printing

The new national curriculum in the UK will see kids learning skills associated with new technologies as of next year.

By July 8, 2013

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Neil DeGrasse Tyson: US need not lose its edge in science

The famed astrophysicist says there's a reason some chemical elements are named for places in the US -- and that we don't have to leave those glory days in the past.

By June 20, 2014

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iPads in classroom provide 20 percent jump in math scores, study says

After a yearlong pilot program initiated by publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, students' math scores jump 20 percent compared with classrooms that used traditional paper texts.

By January 20, 2012

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David Gelernter: Bring on the 'stream browser'

The Yale computer science prof mulls the end of the Web and search as we know them. He expects they will be swept away by the arrival of the "worldstream: a way to picture the cybersphere as a whole."

By February 3, 2013