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- Boxford Wins The Queen’s Award For Enterprise
- Technology Supplies Moves Into A New Multi-pound Headquarters
- New programming aid – ‘kids think it’s cool’
- New electronics starter kit to teach pupils to understand the concepts of electricity
- Phones 'used like digital dummies'
- GPS 'improves early tsunami alerts'
- US questions Google on Glass privacy
- Man lists 12,000 call menu options
- EA stops making games for Wii U
- VIDEO: Read Klingon on your computer screen
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- Single-pixel camera makes 3D image
- VIDEO: Inside the human robot factory
- Bringing Lebanon's designers online
Monthly Archives: March 2012
ICT Services provider to UK education, Stone, has developed the first long-term PC rental scheme to enable schools to invest in new ICT hardware via their revenue rather than capital budgets.
Boxford has moved into a brand new, high tech, purpose-built factory. Managing director Paul Barraclough said:” We needed a high tech building befitting the high tech products that we make and sell to educational establishments both in the UK and … Continue reading
IT will remain a compulsory subject at all key stages and will continue to be taught at every stage of the curriculum. This was stated by education secretary Michael Gove when he opened the BETT Show in January. However, he … Continue reading
A1 Technologies have just introduced a new 3 D printer, the Maxit, which they claim can be assembled from the kit within four hours. The Maxit is said to be extremely reliable and the kit is price at £995 and … Continue reading