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Following an iPad rollout that went wrong, the school district is considered legal action against Apple and another company involved in the project, says the LA Times.
An effort last year to provide iPads to students at 47 Los Angeles schools didn't quite go according to plan.
A Los Angeles School district is stunned that kids given iPads to take home manage to hack the security controls. So, well, it's stopped giving them out.
An app that lets you sign up for a voluntary kidnapping, nerds spending way too much money on one-word Twitter accounts, LA rolls back a pathetically disorganized iPad rollout to high school students, the answer to why "The Simpsons" is still unavailable to stream, and a very long analysis of the family dynamic in "Full House."
The deal will provide an iPad to every student across 47 campuses in the Los Angeles school district, says The Los Angeles Times.
In a very modern attempt at motivating kids, the Los Angeles United Schools District offers interesting technological prizes for, well, turning up.