Two education technology companies have teamed up to streamline event scheduling on campuses.
Toshiba's security division has introduced a new bundle of services for schools that use its surveillance equipment.
An application that allows students to collaborate on making music and doing audio recording is getting an education treatment, including integration with Google's learning management system.
Tablet sales declined substantially in 2015, but they aren't down for good, according to one market research firm. Nevertheless, their short-term growth will be slower than previously expected.
Malware will grow. Attacks on Android and other mobile devices will continue. And payment platforms and the Internet of Things will become sources for new kinds of security vulnerabilities. These all surface as predictions from security vendor Panda Software for the new year.
LocknCharge has introduced a new mobile device charging cart that the company said will be cost-effective and customizable.
Schools can now buy replacement lamps for PowerLite and BrightLink interactive projectors for $49.
Duke University, Clemson University, Auburn University at Montgomery, University of South Florida and Georgia Southern University have all partnered with Apogee to upgrade their video and residential networks.
Four in 10 admissions officers hit up the social media pages of college applicants. Most (89 percent) do so rarely, but more than 1 in 10 (11 percent) do so "often." At the same time, the practice of "Googling" has remained steady at 29 percent. Those findings come from a survey of almost 400 admissions officers by Kaplan Test Prep.
Epson has introduced a new document camera with a microscope adapter that allows it to create magnified laboratory images and enhanced HD resolution.