A new generation of mobile apps is enhancing public safety at colleges and universities across the country.
Two visionary IT experts discuss the biggest trends in mobile for the coming year, from 3D touch and virtual reality to wearables and the Internet of Things.
A research project at Carnegie Mellon University is helping blind people navigate with the use of an iPhone app that directs them based on information picked up from nearby sensors.
Global tablet shipments declined in the third quarter of this year, marking a full year of contracting sales for the devices, according to a new report form International Data Corp.
Indiana State University has deployed a mobile app to help protect 14,000 students, faculty and staff.
Data generated from activities both inside and outside the classroom can be instrumental in understanding student success.
The latest release of an app that works as a personal safety device has added features specifically for users at universities with multiple campuses.
A university in Scotland has licensed new technology to support in-class voting.
A dramatic increase in the number of wireless devices on campus, coupled with heightened demand for new technologies in the classroom, led the University of North Carolina at Charlotte to upgrade its wireless infrastructure.
Sensory messaging devices, stress-reducing headpieces, biometric authentication bands and more — these cutting-edge wearables could soon be coming to your campus.