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iBooks is not the education revolution you’ve been looking for

venturebeat.com
Apple recently announced iBooks 2 for iPad, which it promises will reinvent the textbook. Some even speculate that it will ignite a revolution in education. Why? Because iBooks are sleeker, smarter, and equipped with a seemingly endless amount of innovative features, like animation, full screen photos, and videos. It’s...
iBooks is not the education revolution you’ve been looking for

How Best Buy Is Training Employees On Microsoft's Radically Different Windows 8 (MSFT, BBY)

www.businessinsider.com
Microsoft is set to release four different versions of its Windows operating system this week and it's likely to cause some customer confusion. We reached out to Jason Bonfig, Merchant VP for Computing and MP3 at Best Buy, to see how the retailer will train its employees to be ready...
How Best Buy Is Training Employees On Microsoft's Radically Different Windows 8 (MSFT, BBY)

Going Where the Viewers Are, YouTube Entertainment News Network ENTV Crosses 75M Views in Eight Months

pandodaily.com
The way news is discovered and broken is changing. Today, news breaks instantaneously on Twitter and Facebook, from which people turn to other online sources for more detailed analysis and commentary. Premium YouTube channel and entertainment news network ENTV (entertainment TV) is announcing some impressive growth that directly capitalizes...
Going Where the Viewers Are, YouTube Entertainment News Network ENTV Crosses 75M Views in Eight Months

How SAP is facing the cloud challenge

tech.fortune.cnn.com
more about "How SAP is facing the cloud challenge", posted with vodpod On NBC's Press: Here (airing 8/23), Fortune's Jon Fortt, TechCrunch's Sarah Lacy and host Scott McGrew chat with SAP executive board member John Schwarz. For all four video segments online now, check out video on the Press: Here...
How SAP is facing the cloud challenge

Back To The Future: YouTube Launches Live Comedy Talk Show

paidcontent.org
With the comedy genre heating up in the online video world, My Damn Channel is turning to an age-old television format: the live daily comedy show. The new show will play on YouTube (NSDQ: GOOG), where My Damn Channel has long had a presence. Besides the usual celebrity guests,...
Back To The Future: YouTube Launches Live Comedy Talk Show

Missouri's Newsy Changes Journalism on the iPad

www.readwriteweb.com
Jim Spencer spent the end of the 90's as an executive at NBC, AOL and Ask Jeeves when those were all viable media companies, before the dotcom crash. Now he's taking on the iPad media era from an office across the street at his alma mater, the University of Missouri-Columbia....
Missouri's Newsy Changes Journalism on the iPad

Startup News: Foursquare Plans Yelp's Obsolescence and Brooklyn Tech Triangle Meets Its Maker

betabeat.com
A pretty Mujjo case (Photo: Mujjo.com) Checking In to the New Yelp Foursquare already set its sights on overtaking Yelp with the launch of its super useful local search engine. But its newest iOS update really goes for the jugular: Foursquare now gives locations a 1-10 rating to show you...
Startup News: Foursquare Plans Yelp's Obsolescence and Brooklyn Tech Triangle Meets Its Maker
Monty Python reborn with unseen content in new iPad app

Nintendo Sets Sights on Living Room Entertainment With New TVii Service

allthingsd.com
Along with announcing the launch date and price for the Wii U, Nintendo unveiled TVii, a new application that streams video to the TV. At an event in New York City, Nintendo’s North American President Reggie Fils-Aime said TVii will let Wii U owners in the U.S. and Canada to...
Nintendo Sets Sights on Living Room Entertainment With New TVii Service
MIT and Harvard say open-source edX can educate a billion people
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