A New York public school teacher experiments with social networking as a way to teach young students to think succinctly in 140-character messages.
A teacher is reprimanded by her California school district after tweets that mentioned her trigger finger was "itchy."
There are myriad educational apps and devices out there, and Crave's Eric Mack has found many of them disappointing, but he reports that School Zone's Android tablet is a notable exception.
Czech-based Studio FX has given birth to a steampunk zombie you definitely wouldn't want to meet on a dark, cobblestone street at night.
Clever app or sad comment on the current state of parenting? I report, you decide.
Commentary: As much as the movie studios would like the opposite to be true, 3D movies are handicapping the theatergoing experience and there's almost never a time you should pay extra for it.
What's the catch? You have to download five apps first. Don't worry: they're also free.
Two high school students create the ketchup-dispensing invention the world's been waiting for.
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.
The program is part of the White House's ConnnectED initiative, which will provide access to low-income students.