A new report reveals that over a million British schoolkids have no access to a computer at home, with the Department for Education refusing to comment on the findings.
The closure of educational tech quango Becta is set to save £10 million over the next year, according to the government.
British schools IT agency Becta is set to be closed down, the latest casualty in David Cameron's new government's cuts in public services.
This year's Nintendo-sponsored Handheld Learning Conference in London in October is host to a wide range of leading educationalists and technologists including Ray Kurzweil and Malcolm McLaren.
The newly-rebranded BCS, the UK's Chartered Institute of IT, is launching a new Academy of Computing this week, with the organisation's CEO criticising the level of IT education in British schools.
Atari founder Nolan Bushnell has claimed that the traditional classroom "as a concept died 12 years ago" and that educators must embrace videogames as an essential tool to revitalise the learning experience in schools and colleges.
The SMART Table, a multitouch coffee table device designed for educational use, is now available to buy for UK and US schools.
Acer has officially announced the launch of its new 10-inch screen netbook, the latest version of its hugely popular Aspire One.
ExclusiveSony hasn't attended the British Training and Technology Show (BETT) for the last five years, so it is nice to see the company back at BETT 2009 with a vengeance, unveiling a veritable raft of new high def audio-visual products, services and 'solutions' for educationalists.