Apple files patent for a wearable device called iTime. iTime consists of a two part component, one part is a core that houses a small touch screen and the main technology that powers the entire system. The other part is the watchband, but it isn't just a dummy strap; the patent suggests the band would be filled with sensors and circuitry that could feed relevant data about you and your surroundings to the core.
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
A recent report confirmed the Los Angeles Unified School District is planning to switch up a $1 billion technology in education project. The change allows certain high schools in its jurisdiction to choose from six different Windows and Chromebook laptops instead of Apple’s iPad. According to the Los Angeles Times, LAUSD officials recently signed off on a plan that will let 27 high schools in the district choose from one of six laptop and hybrid computer designs, none of which are Apple products.