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Gadget Grave — Education

Raspberry Pi Price Cut

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The RPi foundation has just announced a Raspberry Pi price cut for the Raspberry Pi Model B+ and also launched an add-on called the “Sense HAT”. The new price is $10 dollars off the regular price of $35 dollars, what a deal! Still this is a incredible price for a little computer that can be used for a low power desktop, home theater, an educational machine or much much more. When the quad-core Raspberry Pi 2 model B+ arrived in February with the same price we know that there would be a price drop was approaching. With the arrival of...

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KANO Computing for kids

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We live in an age where children have access to tablets, smartphones and computers. The devices are powerful and very intuitive, and have web access with an ever growing library of applications to explore. This makes learning information easier than ever before. But children and adults have very little exposure to the internal workings of a computer. But to to truly understand the true workings of a computer you have to understand the internals and how they come together and how they work. Kano wants to be the Lego of computers and coding. The package comes in a colorful kit...

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Net Nanny

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Net Nanny sounds pretty self-explanatory but what does it really do? What operating system does it run? Net Nanny is a program that you can download for a computer, Android or Apple device. Net Nanny has been around a long time for computers and has taken its programs to the smartphone/tablet arena to help parents have a piece of mind with the electronics children have today. Net Nanny can block based on content such as violence, sex or profanity. Each requires a Net Nanny account, which is free but the subscriptions cost money after a 14 -day trial. This blog...

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Half-Hacked

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It is estimated that in the past 12 months roughly half of the American adult population has had their information exposed by hackers. That is a ridiculous number and kind of a testament to how far we have come in the digital crime era. It’s not because we are ignorant to bad stuff on the internet because we aren’t. Many of us have had our information stolen simply by visiting a store during the holidays (that was scary). The point I’m making is that protecting yourself 100% is simply not possible throughout day to day life but there are plenty...

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The Bright Future of Education

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Whatever you may believe about public education today improvements should be on everyones agenda. The bright future of education with technology provides new ways for students to gain rich experiences for a fraction of the cost of years before. Students can easily experience safe content monitored information super highways and gain information with ease; it might be obvious why this might worry many. Are we creating a digital dependency in students to just look everything up on Google? If so, is anything wrong with that? What do you really know about the potential for technologically enhanced classrooms across the globe?...

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