Live Video Stream of Apple’s iPad Mini Keynote Event Available via Web and Apple TV

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Apple’s special iPad mini keynote event scheduled for today is expected to unveil all-new smaller iPad. The new “iPad mini” is rumoured to feature a 7.85 inch screen with 1024-by-768-pixel resolution at 132 pixels per inch (ppi), the same as iPad 2. The company’s move to introduce a smaller version of … Read the Full Story →

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Play at Home with Daniel – Fun app from PBS for Kids

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Play at Home with Daniel is the rather long title for a new universal app from PBS Kids for preschoolers. As a father with a two year old daughter this app was a perfect excuse to spend some time with the two things I love, my daughter … Read the Full Story →

Apple to Introduce Standalone Podcast App in iOS 6

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Earlier in the year, Apple removed the iTunes U category in iTunes from iOS and introduced a standalone app dedicated to providing university and educational materials. According to a report from AllThingsD, the Cupertino company is planning to also introduce an app dedicated entirely to podcasts in iOS 6. Like … Read the Full Story →

Barefoot World Atlas Review – A Treasure Trove of Interactive Information

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Barefoot World Atlas Review Apple have been pushing the iPad as an educational device since its launch and this is certainly the case for younger users of the device as more and more apps are introduced to the App Store to engage, educate and entertain children as well as adults. … Read the Full Story →

iTunes U for iPhone and iPad Available on App Store

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At a special education event on Thursday, Apple introduced a revamped version of their iTunes U services. iTunes U is a collection of podcasts in both audio and video formats, from a number of universities in the United States. Topics covered range from chemistry to basketball and offers a range of … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s Education Media Event Video Now on Website and Podcast

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On Thursday, Apple held a special education event in New York City and introduced a number of software products, including the newest version of iBooks, iBooks 2, bringing textbooks to the iPad from large publishers including Pearson, McGraw-Hill and Houghton-Mifflin. Now anyone can create stunning iBooks textbooks, cookbooks, history books, picture … Read the Full Story →

Apple Releases iBooks 2 With Interactive Textbooks For iPad

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On Thursday, Apple announced, at a special education event in New York City that they have updated the iBooks application to iBooks 2 for iPad to accommodate interactive textbooks, something that has remained unchanged for generations. Apple is looking to redefine the usgae and distribution of textbooks and information, and … Read the Full Story →

Apple Schedules “Education Announcement” Event For January 19th

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The Loop reported on Wednesday that Apple has scheduled an education announcement on January 19th in New York City. The invitation simply reads “Join us for an education announcement in the big Apple” and does not disclose any specific information. The New York Times later confirmed that the event is … Read the Full Story →

Apple Launches $999 iMac for Educational Institutions

Apple on Monday launched a lower-end iMac for educational institutions and added it into their Online Store quietly. The new models are labeled on the website as “Education only” and is not available for individuals to purchase. This lower end iMac appeared on Apple’s Higher Educational online store and has … Read the Full Story →

Grammar Police A Fun Word Puzzle Game that makes Homework Fun

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Grammar Police Rating: The irony of writing a review of an educational game about grammar, named Grammar Police is not lost on me. The chance of getting pulled up on my own grammatical error is extremely high so I must concentrate on my writing as much as the app itself. Grammar … Read the Full Story →

Build A Word Review for iPhone

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Build A Word Rating: Build A Word, an app developed by WordWorld is based on the television series PBS Kids and is designed with children in mind. It is aimed at helping young children improve on their literacy skills and recognize letters and their sounds. Build A Word is an education app with … Read the Full Story →

35% of iPad Apps are games: Report

Distimo, from their own About page, is an “innovative app store analytics company built to solve the challenges created by a widely fragmented app store marketplace filled with equally fragmented information and statistics.” They offer a free service for Developers who are interested in monitoring the mobile app ecosystem. They … Read the Full Story →

Dr. Nano – 3D Adventure in the Human Body: Game That Crosses Education With Gaming

Dr. Nano – 3D Adventure in the Human Body Rating: There are some weird and wonderful applications in the iPhone App Store but even then I don’t think I’ve ever seen one quite like this before. Dr. Nano is a game that crosses education with gaming as you’ll get to … Read the Full Story →