Children as young as 5 will be learning to create computer programs in the latest UK education changes.
Samsung, Microsoft, ARM and the people behind Raspberry Pi are collaborating with publicly funded UK broadcaster the BBC on the Micro Dot device.
MIT has built a "garden" consisting of over 100 robots that fold up like origami, glow in changing colours, crawl and swim.
The College of Wizardry re-creates the fictional school in an immersive experience at the Czocha Castle in Poland.
Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins talks about his kids' game, If, and discusses the "freemium" mobile-game model.
The California school thinks the device will help students with anatomy, clinical skills, and hospital rotations.
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.
Western IT education is broken. One 16-year-old British high-school student is taking on the UK government at its own game -- one it should be winning.
[Q&A] Decidedly old school and proud of it, Pegasystems CEO Alan Trefler says the current app culture has abandoned the concept of customer-centricity with serious consequences for the US' ability to make software.
2013 TED Prize winner Sugata Mitra's School in the Cloud opens in New Delhi, letting kids teach themselves, and possibly ushering in "the end of schooling as we know it."