Kaplan University has released a native iPad app that allows students to attend class through the mobile device.
Panasonic will release a ruggedized Toughbook Android tablet for enterprise customers later this year.
Students would be ready to buy their own iPads for use on campus if more of the electronic textbooks they needed were available, according to surveys out of Abilene Christian University.
Tegrity has released an updated version of its lecture capture system, Tegrity Campus 2.0.
A Canadian university recently performed a simulation to see how well its network would hold up under the collective congestion of 100 Apple iPads running a multitude of common, bandwidth-hungry institutional applications.
The Fedora Project has released an update to its flagship Linux-based operating system, Fedora 15.
HP has announced several new additions to its client virtualization product line: the HP t5335z and t5565z Smart Clients, the HP 6360t Mobile Thin Client, and the HP Client Virtualization Enterprise Reference Architecture.
Red Hat has announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1.
New York University Stern School of Business, which has been testing the use of coursepacks on Apple iPads and iPhones since fall 2010, is working with the publisher of those coursepacks to add additional materials.
The publishing arm of the University of Cambridge will be working with an education software producer to convert three of its medical textbooks into iOS apps for use on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices