Netgear has opened its new "WiFi My School" contest, which will award wireless networking gear and network attached storage devices to five winning schools.
A new $1.4 million federal grant will fund the establishment of a Center on Technology and Disability.
Through its YouthSpark initiative, Microsoft is expanding its Technology Education And Literacy in Schools program (TEALS) and adding new curricular resources to its YouthSpark Hub.
Quickoffice, Google's app for editing Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets, and presentations on mobile devices, is now free for anyone with a Google account.
Toshiba and the National Science Teachers Association have opened the 2014 ExploraVision Program. The annual student science competition, now in its 22st year, offers prizes of up to $10,000 and is open to K-12 students in the United States and Canada.
More than 10,000 participants from around the world will compete this month in an online contest designed to challenge and test their cyber security skills.
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Epson has started shipping a new high-definition document camera for classrooms, the DC-12. The new model offers 1080p output and includes support for annotation without a computer.
Educade's free lesson plans include apps, games, and hands-on activities designed to engage K-K-12 learners.
DynaVox's new Android-based tablet comes with messaging tools and an online portal designed for individuals with speech challenges
Eduplanet21 has updated its teacher professional development platform, adding new tools to help users track and assess their progress.