Industry voiceWhen it comes to mobile devices, there's more than Apple's game in town for businesses and schools.
An ICT initiative that has saved £100 million in London is being rolled out across the UK for further savings.
The UK government is issuing special learning materials for 11 to 14-year-olds to teach them basic cyber security skills.
A text message that mistakenly included the word "gunman" thanks to autocorrect led to the lockdown of two US schools yesterday.
The government has backed calls to change the way schools teach ICT, saying that the current programme is "in need of reform".
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.
Attempts by researchers to replicate the results of a preliminary Ohio State University study that suggested Facebook use is related to lower college academic achievement failed to find a robust relationship between use of the site and low grades.
A new initiative being trialled in Oxfordshire will allow schoolgirls to request the morning-after pill by text message.
Using mobile phones and playing video games may not be as harmful to children's academic performance as previously believed, according to new research by a team of Michigan State University scholars.