Touch screens are flooding our homes and schools, making technology more accessible than ever. But as the industry continues to develop at ever increasing speed can the touch screen survive longer than the mouse?
Apple TV screen mirroring makes iPad one of the most transformational modern teaching tools. But until recently this key feature has been missing from Android.
UK supermarket retailer Tesco is reported to be preparing to launch a budget tablet to compete with the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire. But why does this affect schools?
After days of leaks the new Nexus 7 has been announced. The tablet features one of the best screens on the market, a rear facing camera, and faster processor, but do these make it a better teaching device?
The original Nexus 7 came with several downsides — no rear facing camera, no mirroring support etc. — which has made the device less popular with teachers. Does the Nexus 7 2 resolve these issues?