Sangmyung University is offering a class for students about video games, and Sony fitted the classroom with PlayStation 4 consoles and DualShock desks; but will students learn about game history, or will they be too busy playing games to hear the lectures?
Get 'em hooked while they're young. Google offers schools a free online tool called Classroom, and it's marketing Chromebooks for education. Also, Evernote syncs with LinkedIn for scanning business cards.
Looking to support educators and simplify their workload, the tech giant announces a new, free, classroom-friendly tool that integrates Google Docs, Drive, and Gmail.
The tech giant looks to get an A+ with the roll out of a student-friendly version of its search engine, which has zero ads, privacy controls, and filters that block adult content and ad targeting.
With a plethora of wireless iPad keyboards on the market, Logitech launches a durable corded model targeted at the education market.
The company's new education initiative takes a page from Apple's book and focuses on incorporating tablets into schools.
A friendly robot programmed to interact and educate kids with autism is officially launched into special-needs classrooms.
For a lot of students, no gadget or tablet can beat good old-fashioned paper and pen for taking notes. But, technology can help when it comes to saving those notes and easily sharing them with classmates. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on high-tech notebook solutions to start the school year off right.
On today's show, a South Korean university offers students a game course with a crazy PlayStation-themed classroom, Dyson (finally) unveils its robo-vacuum, and small robots work together to 3D print structures.
Now open to all Google Apps for Education users, Classroom helps teachers work with students in and out of the classroom.