World Cup 2014 begins on Thursday, June 12.
Digital education startup Kno is making its move on elementary and secondary schools. Rent a textbook, anyone?
The companies are providing education tools, devices, and wireless service as part of President Obama's ConnectEd initiative.
Amazon continues to make a push into education tech, an area Apple's been trying to conquer as well.
The Microsoft chairman and longtime donor to educational causes partners with Common Sense Media to launch a Web site that offers free apps, games, and curricula to teachers.
Would open source have averted the Miss Teen South Carolina travesty? :-)
A great way to learn about open source's march into the schoolroom.
The company is reportedly often meeting with schools to discuss the iPad's appeal.
The Nexus 7 with Google Play for Education offers apps and books for the K-12 classroom.
The cost of higher education has seen rapid growth lately, but there are alternatives. Many sites offer excellent coursework for free.
The two companies are investing the money in a new apps development program at Aalto University in Finland to drum up interest in Windows Phone and Nokia's mobile platforms.