This CNET special report examines the tech controversy gripping San Francisco.
A student with muscular dystrophy could not open his own school locker, so two robotics students stepped up to build an automated opener to give him a hand.
A new wave of App Store offerings, including Proloquo2Go, is gaining favor over clunky and uberexpensive devices for those with communication disorders--and making assistive technology cool.
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.
A friendly robot programmed to interact and educate kids with autism is officially launched into special-needs classrooms.
A new app out of Australia enables kids with speech impairments or developmental delays to convey their thoughts more quickly and easily.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced that it is now investigating apps that aggressively promote in-app purchases to children.
The National Science Foundation awards $10 million to a team led by researchers at Yale to develop bots that help kids physically, emotionally, and cognitively.
Columnist (and proud dad) Stuart Dredge wants an iPad 3 that would satisfy his app-hungry children -- and stop them deleting his email.
Want a giraffe? At a school for the blind in Japan, kids' online search results become real-world objects.
CBS' "60 Minutes" examines how tablet computers and special apps is helping special-needs people to improve communication and give them a better sense of self worth.