Koolearn, an online education institute, develops learning applications designed for tablets, and uses tablets for their convenience and mobility.
Koolearn, an online education institute, develops learning applications specifically designed for tablets, and moves its daily computing needs from desktop and laptop PCs to tablets for their convenience, long battery life, and mobility.Full View >
Executives from UC Berkeley and Intel share insights on the Intel Global Challenge.
Zynga* players and Intel employees build schools, deploy Intel® classmate PCs, and train teachers, revolutionizing Haiti’s access to education.
Sarma Vrudhula of Arizona State University presents research on multi-core processor performance optimization under thermal constraints.
Believing that education is a fundamental right, Intel pairs with World Vision for more educational opportunities, especially for women in Africa.
Through education and local economic support, Intel India empowers underserved tribal women with education to start prosperous micro-businesses.
Yesenia shares her college journey successes, struggles, and the impact of her Beyond 12 coach from the Leadership Public Schools College Park.
Introducing the Intel®-based Fuhu DreamTab*, the world’s first Android* tablet for kids aimed at delivering new experiences in creative learning.
Fuhu CEO Jim Mitchell introduces the Intel®-based DreamTab*, the world’s first Android* tablet exclusively for kids aimed at delivering new experiences in learning, delighting, and inspiring with creative educational content provided by DreamWorks.Full View >
Global Challenge finalist Kiril Rusev of Sofia, Bulgaria, turns his dream of enhancing education into reality with his Envision* educational software.
Global Challenge finalist and entrepreneur Kiril Rusev of Sofia, Bulgaria, turns dreams into reality with his educational software, Envision*, which uses interactive technologies to enhance early learning in his country and around the world.Full View >
Intel ISEF winner Ionut Budisteanu knew a better way existed to change the world; with his self-driving car, he seeks to inspire at home and beyond.
Intel ISEF winner Ionut Budisteanu’s Romanian town is dubbed “Hackerville,” but he knew a better way existed to inspire his country and change the world. With his autonomous, self-driving car, he hopes to influence and teach at home and beyond.Full View >