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Dwayne Abrahams

iTools One-stop manager of your iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch - 5 views

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    overall management of Apple devices: contacts, apps, music, photos Mac & PC freeware
M. Miller

Bonjour Overview: About Bonjour - 3 views

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    Bonjour is an open protocol for zero-configuration networking over IP that Apple has submitted to the IETF as part of the ongoing standards-creation process. This section describes the problems that Bonjour solves and how it solves them.
Dwayne Abrahams

Getting started with Apple's Podcasts app | How To - CNET - 5 views

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    Apple made mention of a standalone podcast app earlier this month, but most figured it would arrive with iOS 6 this fall. Not so. Earlier this week, Apple released Podcasts. It's free and universal, designed for both the iPhone and iPad.
Dwayne Abrahams

APPitic - 1,300+ EDUapps - 19 views

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    APPitic is a directory of apps for education by Apple Distinguished Educators (ADEs) to help you transform teaching and learning. These apps have been tested in a variety of different grade levels, instructional strategies and classroom settings.
Dwayne Abrahams

Apple - Education - iPad Learning Resources - 23 views

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    Hands-on teachers, meet hands-on learning.
Jonathan Wylie

Mac Laptops for Teachers: A Buyer's Guide for Educators - 13 views

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    Are you a teacher looking for a new Macbook? Apple has three feature packed laptops in its Macbook range, but which one has the features and performance that you need for your classroom?\n
Kimberly LaPrairie

iPad in Education - List of Links - 20 views

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    Websites and resources to assist with integrating the iPad into K-12 schools.
Jeff Johnson

Office 2008 vs. iWork vs. NeoOffice vs. OpenOffice - 0 views

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    One man's opinion: The more I use these, the more I really don't care for iWork. Sure, Keynote makes some darned pretty presentations, but NeoOffice (and OpenOffice for the matter) cuts the mustard quite handily. For real polish, you still can't beat Office 2007/2008, as much as I hate to admit it. What do you think? Oo.org 3.0 looks to rock out loud too. Is iWork irrelevant, or is it just me? Reread the repost below and I'll give this some more thought next week when I'm back from vacation.
Jeff Johnson

iPhone 3G - a new era is upon is - 0 views

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    Windows 95 was a remarkable moment in personal computing. Its successor has come.\n\nBut not from Microsoft. Apple has launched the defining platform of the early 21st century. The PC is dead-or will be. Long live the smart phone, er, iPhone.
Tom julick

3G Iphone is Planning To Launch In China By The End Of 2008 - 0 views

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    As expected by many other industry insiders, last Monday Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the new 3G iphone at company��s Worldwide Developers Conference. This notable new iphone is more than half of cheaper than its predecessor and support 3G network. More interesting, Jobs implied us that the new iphone will enter China mainland by the end of this year by demonstrate its Chinese input functionalities personally; he imputed a chinese character
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