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Why you won’t be using Bluetooth 5 on your Galaxy S8 just yet – Gary explains

by Gary Sims 4 days ago42 comments

How long have you had your current Android phone? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 15 hours ago123 comments

Computex 2017 is here: find out all the latest news from the tech event

by Scott Adam Gordon 18 hours ago0 comments

Can the OnePlus 5 be a hit with a higher price?

by John Callaham 3 days ago140 comments
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10 best Android learning apps

Are you in the mood to learn something new? If so, check out these Android learning apps that'll teach you pretty much anything you need to know.
by Joe HindyApril 13, 201718

10 best college apps for Android

Getting ready to head back to school? Check out these college apps for Android that will help you get ahead this upcoming school year!
by Joe HindyApril 12, 201734

10 best learning apps for kids

Education is a very different animal than it once was. Especially for kids. Here is a lit of the best learning apps for kids to help them learn more!
by Joe HindyApril 4, 20172

10 best teacher apps for Android

There is a lot of pressure on teachers to educated children. Technology has caught up enough that it can help! Here are the best teacher apps for Android!
by Joe HindyApril 4, 20174
 
 

Google to shut down Play for Education in March

Google will be shutting down its Play for Education tablet based app store service from next month to focus on Chromebooks.
by Robert TriggsFebruary 17, 20163

Why are schools using iPads instead of Chromebooks?

The largest saturation was 75% of schools in a given district, with 21% of educators reporting that no technology had been implemented yet. Only 12% say they can get technology in the ...
by Nate SwannerJuly 19, 2013126

Google Play for Education program being rolled out to developers

Developers who have an app they feel is age appropriate can now tag it as educational, which will then be reviewed by an independent panel of educators. This panel will peruse the app, ...
by Nate SwannerJune 25, 20131

Google introduces new ‘Google play for Education’ app store

At Google I/O, the Mountain View giant introduced Google Play for Education, a custom app store designed for grades K-12.
by Andrew GrushMay 15, 20132
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