Bolstering its mission to expand technology in the classroom, the chipmaker acquires educational-software company Kno.
Digital education startup Kno is making its move on elementary and secondary schools. Rent a textbook, anyone?
Natali Morris takes a first look at the KNO Tablet Reader at CES 2011.
Microsoft is updating its Windows Live apps, Google's home page looks a bit more like Bing, and the Kno textbook e-reader is revealed.
CNET's Ina Fried gets up close and personal with the dual-screen device just after it debuted at the D: All Things Digital conference Wednesday.
After $30 million capital infusion, including $20 million from Intel, makers of Kno educational tablet say they will no longer make tablets, but will focus on software for students.
This story was corrected to note that Intel and Kno will be jointly handling future hardware design, not Intel alone.
The start-up, which showed a dual-screen tablet concept in June, says it also plans to have a cheaper, single-screen option.
Intel Capital and Advance Publications will lead a $30 million investment round in Kno, the high-profile student tablet start-up, and Intel itself will take over the hardware design.
The big dual-screen tablet aimed at students gets some quality assurance backup from a cool little homemade robot.