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If 6th Graders Ruled The World: Learning From Historia

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In the simulation game Historia, 6th graders learn how their own decisions stack up to the past 4,000 years of civilization. PLAYMAKERS is an exploration of the experiences and innovations that are leading the way for learning design in the twenty-first century. Produced by Institute of Play, the seven...
If 6th Graders Ruled The World: Learning From Historia

Yes, Apple Is In Discussions With Cable Operators, And Everyone Has Known This For Months

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August Journalism, anyone? Just because some outlets have a short memory, let’s get this out of the way right up front: Yes, Apple is in discussions with cable operators, and has been for months. Of course, just because Apple’s strategy hasn’t actually changed recently won’t stop some other sites from...
Yes, Apple Is In Discussions With Cable Operators, And Everyone Has Known This For Months

Apple iTV and the carrier question

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Evidence is slowly emerging that Apple could be working with operator partners for the introduction of its upcoming iTV product. Last week, Bloomberg reported that Apple may get access to programs through partnerships with carriers such as AT&T and Verizon. And Tuesday the Globe and Mail reported that Apple is...
Apple iTV and the carrier question

Rogers, BCE vying for a bite of Apple’s iTV

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Canadian broadcasters reportedly in partnership talks with tech giant...
Rogers, BCE vying for a bite of Apple’s iTV
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Rogers, BCE rumored to already have Apple 'iTV' prototype in their labs

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A new report claims Canadian telecoms Rogers and Bell Canada have an early version of a much-rumored Apple television set in their labs and are in negotiations with the company to enter into a partnership for the device....
Rogers, BCE rumored to already have Apple 'iTV' prototype in their labs

The Asian Art Museum in SF unveils new augmented reality app for its Terracotta Warriors exhibit

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In San Francisco, there are several great places to visit, including the Asian Art Museum. Yesterday, I was invited to check out its latest exhibition, China’s Terracotta Warriors, and test out its new iOS application that it hopes visitors will find enhances their experience. The app uses augmented reality to...
The Asian Art Museum in SF unveils new augmented reality app for its Terracotta Warriors exhibit

First BlackBerry 10 smartphone may launch on February 28th

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Research in Motion (RIMM) is scheduled to formally unveil its BlackBerry 10 operating system on January 30th, however it is unclear when we will see the first new BlackBerry smartphones launch. Despite the fact that all four major U.S. carriers — Verizon (VZ), AT&T (T), Sprint (S) and T-Mobile — have...
First BlackBerry 10 smartphone may launch on February 28th

Skara Brae. Something I hadn't heard about. A Neolithic settlement in the Orkney Islands north of Scotland (which is the north part of the UK). It was inhabited around 3100-2500 BCE. I like the point made in this blog, Feral Strumpet Teatime, about how so

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Skara Brae. Something I hadn't heard about. A Neolithic settlement in the Orkney Islands north of Scotland (which is the north part of the UK). It was inhabited around 3100-2500 BCE. I like the point made in this blog, Feral Strumpet Teatime, about how so

Apple’s next-gen TV reported to support hand gestures and voice commands

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Apple’s upcoming next-generation TV set will allow users to control it using voice commands and hand gestures, according to sources cited in an article from Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail, which is reported by MacRumors. An unnamed figure from one of Canadian firms Rogers Communications and BCE is reported to...
Apple’s next-gen TV reported to support hand gestures and voice commands

Apple’s Siri-enabled iTV already being tested by potential partners, report claims

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Prototypes of Apple’s upcoming HDTV are already being tested by multiple potential carrier partners Apple is trying to woo, The Globe and Mail reports. The Canadian paper calls the iTV “a product that has the potential to revolutionize TV viewing by turning conventional televisions into gigantic iPads,” and claims at...
Apple’s Siri-enabled iTV already being tested by potential partners, report claims
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