We use our electronic devices for all sorts of things – from talking and looking up information to playing games. But the frequent use of such gadgets is actually making some people sick.
Two men will remain jailed without bail pending another court appearance in the death of a teenage boy who police say fell beneath the wheels of their vehicle when he refused to give up his iPad.
Two men have been arrested in the killing of a teenage boy over an iPad in Las Vegas.
Sophomore students in Ms. Mustard’s geometry class at San Miguel High School are beginning to learn something new.
A new Wi-Fi enabled “smart gun” uses a computerized scope to compensate for human error and ensure that the rifle and an amateur marksman can pick off any target up to 3,600 feet away.
Tablets have forever changed the market for computing devices, but a stroll through the Las Vegas convention center during CES brings home another, less obvious conclusion. Entirely new product categories are being born out of the tablet revolution.
It comes as no surprise to parents that kids live on their mobile devices.
About 6500 students will soon have an iPad to help them learn.
Imagine the potential treasures inside the stolen iPad of the late Steve Jobs: Secret corporate documents, personal correspondence and maybe even game prototypes. But professional entertainer Kenny the Clown says he unwittingly received the stolen tablet after the Apple co-founder’s Palo Alto home was burglarized last month and never examined the touch-screen device’s contents.
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.