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New test, more choice ahead for Indiana education

It wouldn’t be Indiana politics without heated debates over education, and, reliably, the General Assembly delivered. Some of the longest discussions this year focused on expanding the state’s On My Way Pre-K pilot and replacing ISTEP. Particularly contentious were proposals for the state’s education leader to be appointed instead of elected, and for the state to take over the struggling Muncie and ... Read More »

Why, as a Christian, Easter is more important to me than Christmas

Easter is about more than just chocolate (Picture: Getty) How exciting is Christmas? The presents, Christmas specials on TV, the family gathering ‘round the open fire, the food, two bank holidays and, of course, Jesus was born. It’s fantastic and everyone looks forward to it. But to me, it’s Easter that holds the key message for my life. At Christmas, ... Read More »

Tech firms must do more against ‘fake news’: Apple boss

Technology firms must up their game in tackling “fake news”, Apple chief executive Tim Cook said Saturday, calling for a major public information campaign. “All of us technology companies need to create some tools that help diminish the volume of fake news,” the US tech giant boss told the Daily Telegraph in an interview. “We must try to squeeze this ... Read More »

Best Superbowl 2017 tech ads: Nintendo, Ford, Intel, Airbnb and more

The biggest American sporting event of the year is over and so is the spectacle that is the half-time show. This is the most expensive time to advertise on the planet, ever. As a result there are some really, really great adverts. Yup, the things we usually avoid by switching over or waiting five seconds to hit skip are now ... Read More »

Chance Nothing with Canada Goose’s new winter jackets, lean back and relax with the SitPack and more…

Today’s edition of the T3 Agenda includes a new collection of wind-breaking jackets from Canada Goose, a new portable chair that’s not what you’re expecting and more… Canada Goose’s new ‘Chance Nothing’ collection gets you prepared for a cold Spring 2017 With winter still in full swing, and the spring still seemingly nowhere to be seen, there’s never been a ... Read More »

HTC 10 Nougat available in Europe once more

HTC faced its fair share of issues with the Nougat update rollout for the HTC 10. The new ROM was launched in November but in January it was suddenly halted by HTC in Europe. 10 days later it resumed, but this time the fix lived for two days before the Taiwanese company paused the rollout for a second time.   ... Read More »

LISTEN: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla and more discussed on La Liga Weekly podcast

Jon Driscoll and Terry Gibson return from La Liga’s winter break to discuss Neymar’s poor form in front of goal, plus Real Madrid’s hot streak – and you can listen here. The Sky Sports duo look back at a busy weekend of Spanish action, as table-topping Real Madrid extended their lead over Barcelona, who dropped to third following a 1-1 ... Read More »

200 More railways stations to have free Wi-Fi facility by 2017

After the successful completion of the free WiFi project for 100 railway stations, Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu wants to have another 200 stations to go WiFi by 2017. “More trains would also be provided with Wi-Fi next year,” Prabhu said. “The objective is to have Wi-Fi facility in all railway stations in small cities and towns,” he added. The Minister ... Read More »

YouTube will now show more content in regional languages

YouTube has hundreds and thousands of videos on its platform, giving users the liberty to choose their favorite videos. Indian users will now get their viewing enhanced thanks to a new feature which will automatically recognize the language of your region and play videos accordingly. Of course, this is a choice and can be turned off from the Settings page, ... Read More »

Data key to make international student services better, more efficient

This was the message at a recent event held by international student services and advocacy organisations ISANA International Education Association in Australia and its sister organisation, ISANA New Zealand. The associations have called upon institutions and education bodies to take an evidence-driven approach to develop strategies and inform student services spending. “There’s much more focus on evidence based practice now because we need ... Read More »