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Apple expands and updates its ‘Everyone Can Code’ program

Apple expands and updates its ‘Everyone Can Code’ program Apple announced today an expansion of its program designed to get more students coding. The company says it has redesigned the “Everyone Can Code” curriculum with a focus on introducing more elementary and middle school students to coding, while also adding more resources […]

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SiriusXM undercuts rivals with a $4 per month student subscription

SiriusXM undercuts rivals with a per month student subscription SiriusXM is making its streaming service more affordable for younger consumers with the launch of a new subscription package for college students. While SiriusXM’s Premier package is $12.99 per month, the new streaming-only student offering will be just $4 per month — a […]

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Google discloses its acquisition of mobile learning app Socratic as it relaunches on iOS

Google discloses its acquisition of mobile learning app Socratic as it relaunches on iOS Google publicly disclosed its acquisition of homework helper app Socratic in an announcement this week, detailing the added support for the company’s A.I. technology and its relaunch on iOS. The acquisition apparently flew under the radar — Google […]

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Apple brings contactless student IDs to a dozen more universities

Apple brings contactless student IDs to a dozen more universities Ahead of the upcoming school year, Apple this morning announced it’s bringing contactless student IDs in Apple Wallet to several more U.S. universities. The expansion will allow over 100,000 college students to carry their student ID on their iPhone or Apple Watch, […]

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How safe are school records? Not very, says student security researcher

How safe are school records? Not very, says student security researcher If you can’t trust your bank, government or your medical provider to protect your data, what makes you think students are any safer? Turns out, according to one student security researcher, they’re not. Eighteen-year-old Bill Demirkapi, a recent high school graduate […]

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With ‘Rivals Week,’ Tinder tests an expansion of its well-performing Tinder U

With ‘Rivals Week,’ Tinder tests an expansion of its well-performing Tinder U Starting this weekend, Tinder will allow college students on its Tinder U service to match with others outside their own university for the first time. The dating app is positioning this market test of a potential Tinder U expansion as […]

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Apple launches its free Schoolwork app for teachers

Apple launches its free Schoolwork app for teachers Apple this morning launched Schoolwork, a free app for teachers that was first introduced at Apple’s education event in Chicago back in March. The cloud-based app allows teachers using iPads in the classroom to create and distribute handouts and other assignments, collaborate individually with […]

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Google’s new Tour Creator lets students make their own VR tours

Google’s new Tour Creator lets students make their own VR tours Google today launched a new tool for teachers and their students called Tour Creator, which allows anyone to create their own VR tour using imagery from Google’s Street View or their own 360-degree photos. The new app is designed to work […]

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