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Joseph Alvarado

Kno - The Kno - 23 views

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    In case you haven't heard of this new Tablet check it out!!! It looks like it will give the ipad a run for it's money. I wonder if it runs on flash though. Their target market is educators.
Vahid Masrour

Negroponte: One Laptop Per Child is now a $75 Android Tablet - Google 24/7 - Fortune Tech - 24 views

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    No keyboard :( but a fantastic pricing. I want a couple (one for my son, one for me). I hope they deliver on their promise. And that CPU better deliver all the stuff it says too.
Heather Hurley

Blio eReader - 8 views

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    The Blio eReader software is the new touchstone for the presentation of electronic books, magazines, and digital content. Its feature-rich design is perfect for today's power readers, who increasingly rely on digital content for work, leisure, and learning. The extensive Blio Bookstore was created in partnership with Baker & Taylor, the world's largest distributor of literary content and value-added services, and the world's largest publishers. Enjoy a vast selection of titles, with a superior, color reading experience on desktop PCs, netbooks, tablet PCs and mobile devices.
Mike Boulanger

CTIA Wireless: Samsung officially intros 8.9-inch Galaxy Tab | ZDNet - 0 views

  • (1,280 x 800 resolution
  • 10 hours of usage on a full charge
  • pricing for only the Wi-Fi versions of these tablets:
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  • 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 16GB: $499 32GB: $599
  • The 10.1-inch Tab will launch first on June 8,
Dwayne Abrahams

Ramven Mobile Web Apps - 4 views

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    Ramven has released Mobile Web Apps for informative and productivity. Our Mobile Web Apps include financial calculators, unit converters and many more categories. These Mobile Web Apps are light weight and support all major mobile, tablet, smart phone and desktop web browsers.
Lisa M Lane

Skim: pdf annotation for Mac - 15 views

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    "Skim is a PDF reader and note-taker for OS X. It is designed to help you read and annotate scientific papers in PDF, but is also great for viewing any PDF file." Absolutely what I needed to get a Bamboo pen tablet to let me markup a PDF by drawing (Mac).
Dianne Rees

Kno - 17 views

Ako Z°om

some apps for edu - 0 views

  • The simulator includes an efficient dynamic pricing scheme that can be evaluated in considering multimedia distribution scenarios.
  • With InkSeine, you can circle a handwritten phrase within your notes to create a query.
  • Web code that displays a user interface to enable users to search, assimilate, and compare maps rapidly from an extensive corpus.
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  • MapCruncher lets users quickly convert existing maps into an online format that’s as fast and easy to use as Virtual Earth.
  • Classroom Learning Partner Instructor Authoring Tool
  • . Physics Illustrator for Tablet PC uses shape recognition to help you create and define bodies and forces
  • Community BarThe Community Bar is an Internet Explorer plug-in that adds context-dependent content to the Web-browsing experience. As a user browses the Web, he or she can exchange notes from other people who visited the same page
  • With the ConferenceXP 4.0 Reflector Service, you can enable a ConferenceXP client in a unicast-only network to receive multicast transmissions over unicast.
  • Functional Reactive AnimationFran is a Haskell library (or "embedded language") for interactive animations with 2D and 3D graphics and sound.
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    yeah i love the labs where creativity is still there, just before the "belived market" 187 softs ... but the searchtool is awfullt buggy ...
Duane Sharrock

Students Learn Better With Star Trek-Style Touchscreen Desks | Popular Science - 3 views

  • A UK study involving roughly 400 students, mostly aged 8-10 years, and a new generation of multi-touch, multi-user, computerized desktop surfaces is showing that over the last three years the technology has appreciably boosted students’ math skills compared to peers learning the same material via the conventional paper-and-pencil method. How? Through collaboration, mostly, as well as by giving teachers better tools by which to micromanage individual students who need some extra instruction while allowing the rest of the class to continue moving forward.
  • the researchers have concluded that these new touchscreen desks boost both fluency and flexibility--the critical thinking skills that allow students to solve complex problems not simply through knowing formulas and devices, but by being able to figure out what the real problem is and the most effective means of stripping it down and solving it.
  • This kind of stuff can be really hard to quantify,
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  • It’s going to take a lot more time, research, and money
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    UK study involving roughly 400 students, mostly aged 8-10 years, and a new generation of multi-touch, multi-user, computerized desktop surfaces is showing that over the last three years the technology has appreciably boosted students' math skills compared to peers learning the same material via the conventional paper-and-pencil method.
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    UK study involving roughly 400 students, mostly aged 8-10 years, and a new generation of multi-touch, multi-user, computerized desktop surfaces is showing that over the last three years the technology has appreciably boosted students' math skills compared to peers learning the same material via the conventional paper-and-pencil method.
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