How Do You Internet? [infographic]

According to several reports 85% of the US population uses the internet in some type of way. Another study suggests that over 70% of the US has a "broadband" connection, which right now encompasses anyone with a connection speed better than 6mbps. With all those people using the internet, the question arises, just how do [...]

Mobile Adoption in U.S. Schools [Infographic]

By all accounts, mobile devices are drastically rising in educational use. Schools are rapidly adopting some sort of mobile device or another for the classroom. While the numbers alone are pretty encouraging, it looks like the trend will continue, if not absolutely explode. The infographic below speaks to this growing trend. 71% of districts surveyed [...]

The Power of A Good Logo [infographic]

Although not an incredibly important piece of news, the word that the ACC had adopted a new logo got us think a bit about logos. Not just about logos themselves, but the power behind them. It is pretty remarkable when you really think about it. Some of the more prominent logos are know across the [...]

Motorola and The Growing Demand for Affordable Smartphones [Infographic]

There are a ton of reasons why Motorola's Moto G - and perhaps the just released Moto E - is selling at record paces. The Moto G has only been available for 6 months, and yet it is Motorola's best selling smartphone of all time. The Lenovo, née Google, subsidy is on to something. Starting with [...]

Preparing For An EdTech Summer, You May Need This EdTech Buyers Guide [Infographic]

This year while the kids are enjoying a summer off, EdTech advisors, educational IT specialists, teachers, administrators and EdTech buyers across the country are going to be busy with a handful of good EdTech conferences. Atlanta will play host to the largest EdTech conference in the US, ISTE. Texas will play host to the TCEA [...]

A Look at the Largest Acquisitions of the Largest Tech Companies [Infographic]

Over the past year, there have been some enormous acquisitions. Facebook acquired WhatsApp for a staggering $19 billion, and then a little more than a month later acquired Oculus for $2 billion; Microsoft just acquired Nokia Devices and Services business for $7.2 billion; Google bought Motorola in 2011 for $12.5 billion, Nest in 2014 for [...]

The Future of 3D Printing [Infographic]

It is no secret that we love 3D printing. In a word, 3D printing is badass. The uses and applications for 3D printing are just about endless. From 3D printed models of hearts, to prosthetic limbs, to ketchup bottle tops, to consumer goods just about anything you can think of can be printed. Further, all [...]

The Current State of Digital Education [Infographic]

As the education landscape continues to evolve, and shift more and more to digital systems and platforms, the industry as a whole seems ripe for disruption. Currently, education is a 7 trillion dollar industry. Trillion with a T. That equals more than the combined GDP of Italy, France, and the UK. The infographic below, from Knewton, [...]

The Meteoric Rise of MOOCs [Infographic]

In just under six years, the term MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) has gone from a vague, abstract idea to becoming, "the academic buzzword du jour."Chris Parr,Times Higher Education, "Mooc creators criticise courses’ lack of creativity," 17 October 2013 In just the past few years, MOOCs have exploded. Companies like Coursera, EdX, Udemy, Khan Academy and countless others, paved [...]

Wearable Technology In The Classroom [Infographic]

Wearable technology is taking over our world. Computers are getting smaller,sensors are getting better and byte sized computers are becoming the norm. Over the last two years wearable technology and the internet of things have taken over. We're seeing fitness trackers on anyone looking to lose a little weight, prepare for a marathon or train [...]