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by Jaime Grimes

Teachers and Students Want Mobile Devices in the Classroom

Out with the pencil and paper, in with the smartphones, tablets and laptops. Elementary, middle and high school students already use mobile devices for doing homework and checking assignments, and they believe these devices can improve their education.

Though a substantial portion of students already use mobile devices in the…

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by Jaime Grimes

Kid Tech: Should You Build a Mobile App for Children?

With teachers utilizing iPads and smartphones in classrooms, technology has paved the way for rapidly evolving, exciting ways for children to learn, especially with the evolution of tablets. Tablets are easier for kids to use than smartphones, as they’re bigger and can be secured to the back of the seat…

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by Jaime Grimes

Mobile Devices To Overtake Desktop By 2014

It’s an app, app, app, app world – or it may be by as soon as the middle of next year. During 2014, the number of mobile devices is predicted to exceed the number of desktop and laptop personal computers (worldwide), according to research from Morgan Stanley. In simplest…

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