With the help of a smartphone or tablet, graduate engineering students at USC can access live streaming lectures, and interact with their lecturer and fellow students.
FrontRow has released Teacher Edition, a new app for iOS-based devices designed to give teachers mobile control over their classroom AV equipment.
Smartphones will be smarter than their users by the year 2017, according to new analysis from market research firm Gartner.
Phones with Google's mobile operating system, Android, accounted for 81 percent of all smartphone shipments in the third quarter of 2013, according to a new report from market research firm International Data Corporation.
Researchers at Penn State's College of Information Sciences and Technology have created a smartphone app that combines news coverage with social content in an effort to increase community engagement.
The business school at the University of California, Berkeley will be deploying a new mobile learning platform in its executive MBA program.
Storage manufacturer Akitio has shipped a fully bus-powered, external 512 GB solid state Thunderbolt storage system.
Most college students admit that their use of smartphones, tablets, and laptops can interfere with learning, but very few consider it more than a minor distraction, according to a new report from Barney McCoy, an associate professor of broadcasting at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Apple has unveiled a new, lighter version of the iPad, the iPad Air, and a new iPad mini with Retina Display.
A professor at SMU puts three Windows 8 tablet PCs through their paces in the classroom.