A New York public school teacher experiments with social networking as a way to teach young students to think succinctly in 140-character messages.
We can't tell, but it costs $3,100.
The Pterosail is powered by electric motor and a sailing system
Entertainment industry representatives say their messages to teens and college kids aren't working. Some are hoping for better luck with the elementary-school set.
The program is part of the White House's ConnnectED initiative, which will provide access to low-income students.
The company's tablet will come with a 10-inch display, run on Android, and be sold to schools educating children in grades K-12.
Today's doodle points to the accomplishments of Hull-House founder Jane Addams, a pioneer and leader in areas ranging from social work to women's suffrage to the quest for world peace.
A survey shows a glimpse into kids' attitudes toward technology while testing their ability to recognize a floppy disk.
A special version of Bing will be offered to schools later this year -- one that promises no ads, no adult content, and special learning features.