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With Samsung set to supply 51,000 AX90T air purifying units into Victorian public school classrooms, not even Melbourne's earthquake can stop Victoria's safe return-to-school plan from becoming a COVID-safe reality.

Published in Home Tech

With the ACMA's December 2020 study showing 46% of Australian children age 6 to 13 already using mobile phones, its clear that parents are buying them for their children, with sister companies Alcatel and TCL promoting a model each for this age group.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

No, a computer, tablet or smartphone isn't part of the CHOICE back-to-school essentials list, but instead, good old fashioned things like HB and coloured pencils, pencil sharpeners, ballpoint and coloured pens, glue sticks, exercise books and more, with Officeworks the clear price winner at less than $22.

Published in Home Tech

GUEST OPINION by Paul Leahy Country Manager, ANZ, Qlik: It’s no secret that data has permeated every aspect of our lives; it sits at the centre of global industries and conversations, touching everything from elections to weather. As with most topics, there is debate, dispute and often doubt as to the role data can, should, and will have in our lives… How will data change our world? What will this look like when it comes to school, work and health? Could data improve learning? How can we use it? And, where are the privacy and ethics lines when we do?

Published in Guest Opinion
Tuesday, 10 December 2019 19:40

Change the Course of a Child’s Life this Xmas

SPONSORED NEWS (Sponsored by iTWire): As Australians start to think about the gifts they will share over the festive season, children’s education charity The Smith Family urges them to also consider stepping up to help change the course of a child’s life, by supporting their education to break the cycle of poverty.

Published in Not For Profit

Yes, you heard right, Acronis has set up a new foundation to support education and protect knowledge worldwide, having built a school in Myanmar, another in Cambodia and with more planned for Latin America, the Middle East, South East Asia and sub-Saharan Africa.

Published in Development

Technology has pipped science by a fair margin as the most important subject Australians believe children should be learning at school, according to a newly published nationwide survey.

Published in Education

Text books are being replaced with tablets as school children head back to school this week, according to new research which estimates that more than 1 million children will be packing high-tech devices in their bags as they head off to school.

Published in Home Tech

There’s a new way for schools to keep parents fully in the loop about school events, excursions, communications and much more: Australian app School Stream.

Published in Apps

Canberra school Dickson College's entry in the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Outback Challenge 2013 is being backed by the manufacturer of the record-setting Global Hawk surveillance drone.

Published in Development

The use of tablets in schools seems to be placing even greater demands on wireless networks than previous notebook deployments.

Published in Networking
Monday, 23 April 2012 12:46

Cloud software can save your organisation

Small to Medium business, associations and Not-For-Profit organisations are looking toward the cloud to reduce costs in this difficult economic climate.

Apple's education announcement featured a new version of the iBooks app to handle the company's new electronic textbook format, along with free software for creating those interactive textbooks.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 11 January 2012 15:18

Uni computer science course open to NSW HSC students

New South Wales high school students are again being given the opportunity to study a university-level computer science course, but the closing date for applications is looming.

Published in Education

4PSA, a leading-edge Cloud Computing software development company has announced today the availability of an all new licensing program for its award-winning Unified Communications solution, VoipNow Professional.

Thursday, 25 November 2010 12:45

iPrimus connects its first school to NBN

A Catholic school in Smithton, Tasmania is the first to be connected to the NBN by ISP iPrimus. A 'go live' ceremony attended by the Tasmanian Premier and others was held today.

Published in Development

Wired and wireless networking equipment from Cisco will be used in up to 1000 state schools in Victoria.

Published in Deals
Tuesday, 18 May 2010 03:13

Bialik buys Meru for Wi-Fi

A Melbourne school has selected WLAN hardware from Meru Networks.

Published in Deals

Previously, the Lower Merion School District has insisted that they only ever spied on lost or stolen school-owned laptops.  The latest court filings show this is patently false.  School for spies, or spies for school, you decide.

Published in Technology Regulation
Thursday, 01 April 2010 08:44

OLPC Australia kicks on

The Australian arm of the One Laptop Per Child project has announced an acceleration of its rollout plans for remote areas.

Published in Mobility
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