Computer scientists at the University of Wisconsin say their program can automatically spot 15,000 tweets a day that show signs of bullying.
A New Jersey survey indicates technology companies in that state are hesitant to hire recent college graduates because of concerns about how much it will cost to train them.
Palm Beach County is thinking about using the technology to track bus riders, process lunch purchases, and for other uses.
Here's what you need to know for the three-day event featuring five keynote speakers and 11 panel discussions.
ISTE is leading the petition drive that it hopes will lead to federal support of PD programs.
The interactive whiteboard company suffered a 23 percent drop in revenue over the past six months.
An unscientific sampling of 43 educators who attended ISTE 2012 gave their thoughts about current challenges and opportunities in educational technology.
An SIIA study shows that educators feel like they've lost more ground during the past year in terms of high-speed Internet access than in almost any other area of technology integration.
Here's a quick update on what's been happening in the world of e-reader technology.
The National Education Policy Center paper also recommends new funding structures and accountability methods for online schools.