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Texas Instruments Unveils the TI-84+ CE

Written on 02/07/2015 by Andrew | 1 comment

Math is moving into the 21st century with Texas Instruments’ new TI-84+ CE. This modern take on the classic TI-83+/TI-84+ line incorporates a ton of new features in the same classic layout that teachers and students are used to.

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Holiday Gifts for the Math Geek

Written on 12/10/2012 by Andrew | 0 comments

The holidays are almost here, and you’re trying to find a great gift for the math geek (or for that matter, anybody!) in the family. Whether the person is 18 or 48, there are plenty of great gifts to help out with  college calculus or for managing the family finances.
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Protect Your Essays and Computer: Backup Your Stuff!

Written on 11/30/2012 by Andrew | 0 comments

Now that the end of the semester is approaching for high school students, it’s a perfect time to backup your computer and protect it from the winter weather to make sure you don’t lose final projects and reports.

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What are the Differences? Kindle E-Readers Explained

Written on 11/10/2012 by Andrew | 1 comment

Whether you spend a lot of time on the plane or bus, you’re sure to get bored. Sure, you could bring along a couple of hard cover books, like the 630-page-epic Steve Jobs, but it’s a couple of pounds that you’re carrying unnecessarily. With some pretty amazing E-Reader offerings from Amazon and Barnes & Noble, there’s almost no reason to carry around another physical book.

Updated November, 2012 to add Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Paperwhite

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Become the James Bond of Your Class with 8 Cool Gadgets

Written on 11/07/2012 by Andrew | 0 comments

James Bond Skyfall is being released in a matter of days to glowing reviews. Here’s a couple of ways you can be the James Bond of your school with 8 unique gadgets.

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The Kindle 2– A Perfect Gift for Mom or Dad

Written on 05/04/2010 by Andrew | 0 comments

Need a great gift for Mother’s Day or Father’s Day? Look no further—the Amazon Kindle is the perfect present for mom or dad. This sleek device has been redesigned and is now thinner than a pencil, much faster, and the battery lasts a lot longer. Read More


The Electronic Textbook of the Future

Written on 01/01/2010 by Andrew | 0 comments

Paperback books are soooooo 1990’s! If you haven’t had the chance to read about it yet, you’ve got to see the new Amazon Kindle electronic book reader. This ultra small and thin device looks like an oversized PDA, but packs amazing new technology, which will likely render overstuffed, 30 pound book bags entirely obsolete one day.  Can you imagine replacing all your text books with this 10 ounce machine?

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The Livescribe Pulse Pen, a Cool New Student Tool Just in Time for Christmas

Written on 12/01/2009 by Andrew | 0 comments

Is a calculator the only cool tool that you can use in school? Believe it or not, the answer is no! There are a ton of other cool gadgets out there that are both fun to use and they can help you make the grade.

I couldn’t help but drool over a new gadget just hitting the market in time for everybody’s Christmas list. I’m talking about Livescribe’s new Pulse smart pen. Livescribe took last year’s technology from the Leapfrog Fly Pen and turned it into much more than a toy! The Livescribe Pulse smart pen is a palm-sized pen computer which scans your handwritten notes as you write them and records the audio at the same time.

The real magic happens when you take the pen at the end of the day and hook it up to a USB docking station. A few seconds later all your notes are moved to the Livescribe desktop software. Click on a particular section of your notes and you can hear the audio recording that was going on at that exact moment in time–no more confusing lecture notes!

The Livescribe Pulse comes in two flavors. The 2GB memory version retails for approximately $149.00 and stores up to 200 hours of notes and audio before it needs to be downloaded to a computer. The smaller 1GB memory version retails for $95.00 but can only save about 50 hours of audio.

In addition to the Pulse pen you must use special microdot paper. The pen comes with a single notebook and additional notebooks can be purchased in packs of four at $19.95 each. There have been rumors that Pulse will allow people to print their own paper using a laser printer but as of September, this software is not yet available. However, given the average middle school and high school student is not likely to be filling more than four notebooks a year, the $19.95 paper cost does not seem to be a deal breaker.


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