Samsung School has experienced rapid adoption with deployments in nearly 50 countries worldwide, and large-scale implementations in schools ranging from elementary to high school. Samsung School combines Samsung Galaxy tablets, large-format classroom displays and other technology, melded together with powerful interactive management software to create a student-centric learning environment. The latest version (Samsung School v1.5.6) will be compatible with the new Galaxy Tab 4 Education – Samsung's first tablet specifically designed to support one-to-one learning and providing support for Google Play for Education.
Armed with hands-on experience, teens have much of what they need to develop what they wish to view, and are more than well-versed on use of the devices (laptop, smartphone, tablet, etc.) they wish to view it on. Most importantly, they know what they want to pay for and what isn't worth their money.
OpenStack, an open-source program, has become a key factor as companies consider whether to keep computing operations in-house or turn them over to external services known as public clouds run by Amazon.com and others.
As follows any new announcement from Apple, the world's most secretive consumer electronics company, the days since the the unveiling of HomeKit -- Apple's new "smart home" platform -- have been filled with rumors and speculation about where it might go. AppleInsider now steps back to take a look at the most likely scenario.
We all saw this one coming: Web Design Library, the website that was using Twitter to renew paid links last week, appears to have earned a Google penalty. While I was researching last week’s article, I saw the site ranking at No. 8 for the term web design. Today, I’m seeing it at No. 48 […]
This week, we have taken it upon ourselves to outline and explain the most important trends in web design for 2014. The consensus among website design pros, regarding industry trends for 2014, is fairly cut and dry and most agree the significant styles for the year will likely fall under [...]
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