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How America Is Breaking Public Education

Special education teacher Lamikco Magee of Amherst cheers during a rally for public education at the Boston Common on May 19, 2017. Participants called for full funding for public education, less testing and more learning, and equitable access to quality education for all students. Image credit: Craig F. Walker/The Boston Globe/Getty Images. The ultimate dream of public education is incredibly ... Read More »

Crowdsource Software, How Can Your Business Benefit?

If you run a business then you seriously need to look into how you are encouraging innovation for your team. Innovate or die is the motto which your business should have and if recent history is anything to go by, now is more important than ever that your business continuously moves forward to meet the trends and the demands of ... Read More »

A Dashboard Gadget That Will Totally Change How You Drive

It was the last car on the rental lot: a white Nissan Altima that looked as if it had hit every pothole and puddle between Ohio, where it got its license plate, and Fort Lauderdale, where it was now parked. It was the last car on the rental lot: a white Nissan Altima that looked as if it had hit every pothole and puddle ... Read More »

How technology is adding value for firms

Cloud computing technology is the No.1 priority for accounting firms and their clients for 2018 and beyond, based on data provided to Fairfax Media. An astonishing 83 per cent of Australian chartered accounting firms are investing in cloud computing technology for their clients, with 81 per cent investing in the same technology for themselves. “Cloud computing presents many benefits for us,” ... Read More »

Martin Pelletier: How technology is rapidly changing investing

One of my favourite courses in university was the Anthropology of Technology: how new technological introductions have profoundly impacted human culture and helped shape the core of societal development. At the time, I would have never have guessed that it would have such an important role to play in my investment career, especially when it comes to understanding markets and ... Read More »

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Now Rolling Out: How to Download

HIGHLIGHTS Windows 10 Fall Creators Update rollout has begun The update revamps the experience with Fluent Design System It is compatible with all devices presently running on Windows 10 Microsoft on Tuesday, October 17 announced the start of the rollout of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709). Alongside, Microsoft announced the first mixed reality headsets are now available to buy, and introduced the Surface Book ... Read More »

Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 Bezel-Less Phone to Launch in India Today: How to Watch Live

Bezel-less smartphones are arguably the biggest trend in the smartphone market right now, and Xiaomi Mi MIX 2, the successor to the smartphone that started it all, will launch in India today. The launch event is expected to kick off at 12pm IST, and as always, Gadgets 360 will have live updates from the event, and full details about Mi MIX 2 ... Read More »

How to transfer music to an iPhone without using iTunes

*Representative image For some reason, there is this weird notion about using iTunes. People automatically assume that it is difficult to use even before giving it a shot. Once you get used to it, you’ll know it is one of the most convenient media players out there that actually organises your files. But having said that, iTunes is also one ... Read More »

Apple Releases watchOS 4, tvOS 11: Here’s What’s New and How to Download

HIGHLIGHTS watchOS 4 adds support for Siri, new watch faces, and more tvOS 11 brings Home Screen Sync and AirPlay 2 Update to watchOS 4 requires your iPhone to run on iOS 11 Apple on Tuesday rolled out iOS 11, watchOS 4, and tvOS 11 worldwide for its products. While we’ve already covered everything new about the iOS 11 and how iPhone, iPad, ... Read More »

How Latest Senate Trumpcare Bill Threatens K-12 Education

The latest Republican-led effort to overhaul the Affordable Care Act could lead to spending cuts for state education funding from Kindergarten through college, Fitch Ratings said in a new report. The bill introduced last week by Sens. Lindsay Graham (R-South Carolina), Bill Cassidy (R-Louisiana), Dean Heller (R-Nevada) and Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) would keep a lot of the ACA’s regulations intact though it ... Read More »