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Digital education startup Kno is making its move on elementary and secondary schools. Rent a textbook, anyone?
An imaginative New Yorker takes home the top prize in Google's annual contest for her doodle of a device that transforms dirty water into something clean and drinkable.
Oh, those terrible people at Google. In the latest "Scroogled" ad, Redmond says Google is peddling vitamin supplements to kids. And that's not all.
Microsoft's announcement was made in tandem with the Obama administration's ConnectED initiative to get more technology in schools.
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.
Company is reaching out directly to schools and universities with a Surface RT discount offer during the summer buying season.
More than 80 percent of educators say the Internet connection at their schools is too slow to meet their needs -- that's why the president plans to bring broadband to 99 percent of all students.
The funds actually comes from Google Capital, which has invested in only two other companies to this point.
The companies are providing education tools, devices, and wireless service as part of President Obama's ConnectEd initiative.
Macintosh marketing chief Mike Murray hoped that businesses would abandon their IBM PCs to join the revolution, but it proved to be more difficult than imagined.