You have searched for "Schools"

Showing 801-810 of 871

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Africa's great 'white spaces': tech's new frontier

At Cape Town's Elswood Secondary School, even the metal grills welded into its walls did not deter burglars from ripping out the copper cables that delivered Internet to the students of this tough neighbourhood.


South Koreans cram for dream jobs at Samsung

In a cram school in the South Korean port city of Busan, 70 college students packed into a classroom, chanting "We can do it!" as they studied for an exam they hope will guarantee them a job for life with Samsung Group.


Internet technology becoming cyber chic

Models wearing Google Glass eyewear, Pebble smartwatches and other hot gadgets strutted a catwalk late Monday as Internet technology continued to merge with the world of fashion.


Tips & Tricks: Google makes homework easier for parents

A Google guide for parents on how they can get involved in their child’s learning.


Global lockmaker seeks key to future profits in the cloud

Despite the rapid pace of technology that has overhauled many consumer goods, the front door lock and key is little changed since the 1800s. That is about to change — to virtual keys in data clouds, if the world's biggest lockmaker gets its way.


Teens' texting can predict bad behaviour: study

A new US study finds that teens who are getting into trouble often leave behind digital clues in their text messages.


Enjoy unlimited eKelas access with Maxis wireless broadband

Subscribers can enjoy the eKelas service for RM38 monthly.


Microsoft offers ad-free Bing for the classroom to battle Google

The long-running rivalry between Microsoft Corp and Google Inc is turning into a schoolyard brawl.


LinkedIn opens its door to students

LinkedIn Corp said it will open its social networking site to those above 13 years of age in a move aimed at attracting a younger membership base.


Touchscreen controls coming to Chrome

The latest developer ‘Canary' version of Google's desktop Internet browser can support swipes, pinches and other hands-on operations.