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June 2013 (17)

Where Does Mobile Computing Go from Here?

People always want more. That’s just the way it is. In the case of computing devices, mobile or otherwise, we’ll always want better user experiences and more performance at affordable prices.  So far, the industry has delivered. And we’re all growing to expect it. But is there an end? Is there a point where the mobile experience reaches its peak?

Jun 24, 2013 by Pat Lawlor

Redefining Computing—A New Era Driven by Mobile

While I was writing this blog, I received a newsletter from Creative Strategies, Inc. In the newsletter, Ben Bajarin was describing how “battery life is the new MHz race.” He also suggested that the metrics of how PCs are valued has changed. I can’t agree more with his point and how it applies to all mobile computing devices. Today, consumers evaluate devices based on their sleekness, battery life, connectivity options and the new experiences they enable.

Jun 24, 2013 by Maged Zaki

The 123s & ABCs Go Mobile

With an estimated 10 billion connected devices in 2012, and an expected 25 billion in 2020, mobile technology has become the largest information and communication platform in history, and it must be leveraged to improve education globally. On average, there are approximately 360,000 babies born and more than 1 million smartphone users added every day. This opens up a critical opportunity for learning, especially when you take into account that nearly a billion people will enter the 21st century unable to read a book.

Jun 24, 2013 by Kristin Parsley Atkins

Augmented Reality Helps Students Explore New Worlds

When you give students the opportunity to learn in new and exciting ways, it is not surprising that they excel. I have been amazed how quickly students adapt to the latest technology and am inspired by their continuous desire to learn.

Jun 21, 2013 by Edith Guerrero

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