A new kids-only video game console lets kids use a Wii-style controller and a Kinect-style camera to learn while playing (and dancing and jumping and giggling).
Want to learn a new language or brush up on one you already know? Our staff pick, Duolingo, provides a great foundation for doing so.
Students in grades K-12 can win scholarship money and a trip to Google headquarters just for coming up with an innovative play on the Google logo.
How many kilograms are in a pound? How many inches in a light year? What's the square root of 268? Google has the answer—here's how to get it.
Even kids too young to read can order these robots around, learning coding concepts and having fun at the same time.
White House advisor Mark DeLoura talked at Gamesbeat 2013 today about video games, violence, and education. The result? Math Blaster 2014, hopefully.
A new Microsoft program dubbed Student Advantage allows educators to extend their Office subscriptions to students if the educational institution buys it itself, offering massive savings for large universities.
IBM and four universities are planning a research project into cognitive computing, which seeks to build computers that operate in a manner closer to the human mind.
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