Technology In School

Google in NOT EVIL shocker as it bins email ad scanning
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No more rooting through your virtual postbox, Mountain View promises Google has taken the astonishing decision to stay partly true to its founding promise after deciding to stop scanning kids’ emails.…

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A passionate Alabama principal shares – InCare-K12
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As we continue to dive deep into this impactful industry (known as Education Technology) to find the areas in which InCare has the ability to make an impact of their own; we continue to find educators who inspire us , and a …

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New study – why every school should teach coding and …
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Today s teenagers are more connected than ever and demand access to vital ICT skills to ensure their futures. A new study reveals just how essential integrating technology in your school really is.

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Microsoft forms ‘Special Projects’ black ops team
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‘Disruptive technologies’ tentacle to battle Google X? Microsoft has secretly formed a “Special Projects” sub-tentacle of its Microsoft Research limb in an apparent attempt to out-black-ops Google X.…

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Square introduces 'Pickup' for simple online purchases
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Since its inception in 2009, that little white payment dongle has snuck into small businesses everywhere, making plastic a less costly proposition for the little guy. Today, it’s taking another step toward small business ubiquity with “Pickup,”…

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The Davy Crockett Tac-Nuke: King of the Wild Cold War Frontier
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There was a time when the U.S. Army foresaw the need to launch more than 400 nuclear weapons in a single day should Soviet Russia attempt to invade Western Europe at the height of the Cold War. It was with this doomsday scenario in mind that army researchers developed a recoilless, truck-mounted rifle capable of […]

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Is Google Getting Ready to Ditch the Nexus Name?
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Google is reportedly getting ready to ditch its Nexus branding in favor of a new stringent "Silver"certification program, which would encourage hardware partners to make sick flagships with limited bloatware. Read more…

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Cybersquatters Prepare for Mischief
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Cybersquatting is a seedy practice that’s as old as dot-com, but the upcoming expansion of domain names could be breathing new life into the practice, while offering seamier elements on the Net an invitation for mischief. In the early days of the Internet, nimble squatters would register domain names of brands, then sell them back […]

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Netflix Inks Peering Deal With Verizon
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 Netflix has signed an “interconnect agreement” with Verizon, an agreement similar in nature to the peering deal that it struck with Comcast. The deal will help Netflix get its content onto the ISPs networks. In the travails of net neutrality, this sort of peering agreement is a new frontier. Although it is acting in a […]

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