Technology Headlines RSS Feed

Edgenuity Reveals Education Technology Trends

Edgenuity announced its top ed tech predictions for the new year as schools across the country increasingly look to leverage technology in their classrooms. Edgenuity's "2014 Trends to Watch" are based on the company's experience partnering with thousands of schools and districts to successfully implement online and blended learning programs across the country. Read More »

Epson Delivers Connectivity for BYOD, 1:1 Classroom

Epson's new ultra-short throw projectors are designed for the connected K-12 classroom. Offering a Moderator functionality that allows a network of up to 50 personal devices to connect to the projectors, teachers can wirelessly control which personal devices are displayed, with up to four student screens shown simultaneously. Read More »

Epson Intros Touch-Enabled 3LCD Interactive Projector

Designed for K-12 and higher education markets, the series delivers advanced connectivity options, PC-free interactivity capabilities, interactivity over the network, Moderator software for ultimate collaboration, and up to 3,300 lumens of color brightness and 3,300 lumens of white light brightness2. The line also takes interactive capabilities one step further with the BrightLink 595Wi, the world's first touch-enabled 3LCD interactive projector. Read More »

Lenovo Unveils New Rugged ThinkPad Devices

Lenovo announced the ThinkPad 11e series of laptops, designed specifically for education and ruggedized for classroom performance. Thin and light, these purpose-built devices offer education administrators the durability necessary to succeed in the hands of K-12 students and the flexibility to meet the increasingly changing needs of their technology demands. Read More »

Massive Database of Online Video Premieres for Public Libraries

Alexander Street Press continues to grow and diversify its portfolio with the launch of a new online video database conceived exclusively for public libraries and their patrons.Public Library Video Online features more than 11,000 of the titles most relevant to today's public library users, with 5,000 additional titles coming in spring of 2014. Read More »

Mobento's Enhanced Video Player and App for Finding and Viewing Education Videos

Mobento introduced its all new video player interface, and Android and iOS apps for viewing educational videos on the go. Mobento is a free, online library of curated videos for the K-12 market. By curating its videos, Mobento automatically delivers only content that meets the high standards of educators. Read More »

HMH Supports Google Play for Education with K-12 Content

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced a partnership with Google to deliver K-12 core curriculum for the first time through Google Play for Education. Already established as a trusted resource for students and teachers in the higher education space, Google Play for Education will now provide access to a broad range of HMH’s market-leading K-12 education content across multiple devices. Read More »

TabPilot Tablets Broadcast Wirelessly To Classroom Projectors

TabPilot's Breea Freedom HD tablet features an HD display and wireless broadcasting capabilities for displaying tablet content on a classroom projector via the Breea Freedom Receiver. The wireless combo allows the teacher to use the tablet while freely moving around the classroom using the tablet to share web sites, presentations, videos, or other content with the class. Read More »

BenQ Releases New Line of Professional Installation Projectors

BenQ America Corp. announced its new P Series line of professional installation projectors. Designed to bring top performance to commercial applications in education, retail, and corporate environments, the company's new projector family provides XGA and WXGA resolutions, up to 6,500 lumens of brightness, and flexible setup options... Read More »

Former Gamers Debut Epic!

Epic!, the first all-you-can-read eBook subscription service designed for kids 12 and under, today launched its iPad application which instantly gives kids access to unlimited books for just $9.99 per month. The app, designed by former game developers and publishing industry veterans, enables the discovery of thousands of high quality books from well-known publishers... Read More »