Technology company Huawei and Imperial College London have agreed plans to collaborate and jointly invest in a data science lab.
It’ll be called ‘The Imperial College - Huawei Data Science Innovation Laboratory’ and will bring together experts from ICL and Huawei to look at areas such as smart cities, energy and healthcare.
MEF, the global trade association for companies engaged in mobile content and commerce, has revealed its mobile industry predictions for the next 12 months.
Its forecast combines insights from the group’s Global Board of Directors with research from the recent Global Mobile Consumer Survey.
Intel has introduced an Android-based tablet that’s specifically designed for education.
The Intel Education tablet has front-facing and rear-facing cameras, a stylus, shock-protected screen plus integrated loudspeakers and microphones.
Podcast - 29th March 2013
Can mobile devices be used for game-based learning as part of the school curriculum?
This discussion was recorded in Barcelona during Mobile World Congress 2013 as part of Heroes of the Mobile Fringe. The panel was moderated by Russell Buckley with contributions from Vincent Hoogsteder of Distimo, Volker Hirsch of BlackBerry and Alina Vandenberghe of Pearson.
Apple says that educational content from its iTunes U store has been downloaded more than a billion times.
iTunes U was launched in May 2007, offering downloadable multimedia lectures and demonstrations from a variety of schools, colleges, museums and universities.