In response to the school shooting in Connecticut, a military armor manufacturer creates bulletproof whiteboards as a last line of defense for teachers and students.
New device from a nearly 40-year-old tech company could disrupt a $1.8 billion business. But first, its maker must persuade schools and businesses to try something new.
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Reporting from Demo '06 in Phoenix, CNET's Rafe Needleman chats with Polyvision CEO Michael Dunn, who shares his vision of the whiteboards and meetings of the future.
What are mobile viruses and how do they spread? Robert Vamosi explains in this ZDNet Whiteboard video.
ZDNet's David Coursey talks to Microsoft Research about new "whiteboarding" technology that converts analog whiteboard notes into digital images.
Garrison Bespoke weaves nanotech into a snazzy suit that looks sharp and keeps bullets from getting through.
Huge touch-screen displays, 3D printers, and a host of programmable robots are ready for class.
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AOL once paid $850 million for the social network. Bebo creator Michael Birch has bought it back for a cool $1 million, and aims to start over.