Shipments of devices with the Android operating system will surpass 1 billion units in 2014, according to a new forecast from market research firm Gartner.
Two doctoral candidates at the City University of New York Graduate Center recently scored prizes from the American Association for the Advancement of Science for a project in which they created a free inquiry-based science curriculum to teach college and high school students how to do modern biological research.
Epson America has announced the WorkForce DS-560, a wireless sheetfed scanner that provides point-to-point scanning directly to smartphones, tablets, PCs or Macs.
Ryerson University in Toronto is installing 802.11ac wireless networking in its new Ted Rogers School of Management and is upgrading many of its existing access points to the new technology.
Harvard University's "Library Test Kitchen," recently showed off student projects that could one day turn up in libraries.
Aleratec, a manufacturer of high-performance digital media duplicators and portable device management products, is introducing the Charge and Guard Secure Charge/Sync Cabinet 16, a lockable metal cabinet for charging, syncing and storing tablets and other devices.
A new company called Accreditrust hopes to address the need for independent, third-party certification of digital badges.
With the beginning of the new year, California Institute of Technology has implemented a new open-access policy for the scholarly writing done by its faculty.
Arizona State University has begun experimenting with a crowdsourcing platform that solicits charitable contributions to support specific student and faculty research projects.
The Florida Department of Education has awarded a STEM research center at Florida State University $14.3 million in new grants to build a professional development program for teachers and build up the state's online collection of science, technology, engineering and math curriculum resources.