Detachable tablets will nearly quadruple, as a share of the tablet market, from 8 percent to 30 percent in 2020, according to a new forecast from International Data Corp.
Recent Educause research indicates that faculty are not adopting mobile as fast as students are demanding it.
Wearables are not just for gadget enthusiasts and early adopters anymore. They've gone mass-market. More than 71 million wearables were shipped in the last year, according to a new report.
AVTeq has launched the Tablet Charging Cart, a mobile cart capable of charging as many as 48 devices.
American InterContinental University is rolling out a newly redesigned mobile app that provides students with tools for any time, anywhere learning.
A student from the University of Texas Austin won the first-place award in the third annual coding contest.
Scientists from the University of California, Berkeley, Deutsche Telekom Silicon Valley Innovation Laboratories and Utah State University have developed a free Android app that can help detect earthquakes and may eventually provide an early warning system for smartphone users.
Shipments of Apple tablets, including iPad and iPad Pro, dropped nearly 25 percent in the last quarter of 2015, leading an overall decline in the tablet market. Meanwhile shipments of detachable tablets — devices that include removable keyboards — actually doubled in the same period.
At Villanova University, a student-developed app version of Augustine's Confessions brings contemporary vitality and relevance to a classic 4th-century work.
Bretford has debuted a new charging and storage cart, the CoreX, for mobile devices and another line, featuring the new "MiX Module System," for MacBooks and iPads.