As schools calculate the best way to serve students via mobile apps, cost and performance are part of the equation. Does HTML5 offer a solution or is it just another variable?
CampusMD has launched a nationwide telehealth service for college students. The service offers any-time access through telephone, online video, or secure email to physicians licensed in the United States.
Panasonic is rolling out two new high-end, ruggedized tablets--a 10.1-inch model running Windows 8 Pro on a Core i5 processor and a 7-inch Android machine.
After conducting a search for a new resume builder provider, a New Hampshire university has chosen a suite of Web-based tools to help students prepare to enter the job market or apply for further education.
University of Wisconsin-Madison will next month roll out a new integrated solution aimed at boosting efficiency of concessions and in-suite catering operations at its sporting events.
Driven by stronger-than-expected Android tablet sales and new developments from Apple, adoption of tablets worldwide is growing faster than previously predicted.
Google's Android operating system is cruising toward total dominance of the smart phone market globally. According to new research, Android will power 68.3 percent of all smart phones shipped in 2012--up nearly 20 points from 2011--while Apple's iOS remains at a healthy but unmoving 18.8 percent market share. On the horizon, both Android and iOS will be challenged by Microsoft Windows-based handsets.
A company that develops applications for the toolmaking and manufacturing industries has introduced a student version of its software.
Microsoft has revealed details about its forthcoming Surface tablet device running Windows 8 Pro.
Udemy, a company that has more than 4,900 courses online, many of them for free, has launched an iPad app that allows students to view videos and related resources on their mobile devices.