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Apple has announced Beddit Sleep Monitor 3.5, a sleep tracker that lies flat on a user’s mattress to track their sleep patterns, heart rate, and average breathing rates.
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Last year, Amazon began adding Audible to its Kindle Oasis, the entry-level Kindle, and the latest Paperwhite, allowing users to listen to their audiobook library, provided they had a set of Bluetooth headphones.
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Many parents today enjoy posting about their family on social media. But along with those adorable photos, they are sharing crucial data about their children that big tech companies are harvesting.
The answer to a nationwide teacher shortage may be in technological advances like video conferencing, according to EdTech: Focus on K-12, which details how state-of-the-art video tools, interactive whiteboards and personal devices.
Predicting the future is notoriously difficult. The New Media Consortium, which publishes its annual “Horizon Report for K-12” previewing the technologies likely to impact education in the coming five years.
K–12 schools are looking for new ways to connect qualified teachers with their students. Videoconferencing tools and online learning environments may be the answer.
For K–12 schools interested in integrating state-of-the-art education technology, IT teams would do well to first invest in power distribution units. These solutions will help handle the load of any new technology in the school.
Amazon's internal machine learning courses for engineers are now public on the Amazon Web Services platform, according to a blog post by Matt Wood, general manager of artificial intelligence at AWS
New research from Macquarie University’s Department of Educational Studies and education technology company Makers Empire finds 3D printing integration can boost creativity, critical thinking and design skills.
Apple said Monday it will offer new resources to open thousands of free “Hour of Code” sessions at its Apple Store facilities across the world to bring coding education to students.
People who design ed tech tools are not the same people who use them, and while some ed tech developers do test these tools in classroom settings, this can add expenses to the process.
A new report from national education nonprofit Project Tomorrow says adding mobile devices to the classroom provides students with equity, empowerment and a better understanding of complex concepts.