All across America, kids are starting back to school this week, and among the highlighters and sharpened pencils, high-schoolers are packing cell phones in their backpacks.
That has some school administrators worried. Last week, in one example local to Silicon Valley, administrators at San Mateo Union High School District debated new policy to ban the use of ......Full article >>>
reconsider their objections to mobile technology and embrace it for learning.
Vindigo Studios (DEMO alumnus) today launched Vindigo Traffic, a personalized traffic service for wireless subscribers. The service automatically sends text alerts and other continuously updated information to a mobile device, including features such as the estimated wait time for traffic jams,......Full article >>>
els never went away, but just moved on to other applications. Still, once companies like Apple and Real, and even Napster, went to a low-cost pricing model for music sharing, many users adopted this method for getting their online users instead of using the P2P software. The court ruled that the distribution of file-sharing software is legal, because the product is capable of "substantial non-infr......Full article >>>
Chris Shipley is the executive producer of NetworkWorld's DEMO Conferences, Editor of DEMOletter and a technology industry analyst for nearly 20 years. She can be reached at email@example.com
. Shipley, has covered the personal technology business since 1984 and is regarded as one of the top a......Full article >>>
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