America’s second largest school district made a big announcement last year that they will be giving all its students iPads. While students and teachers community welcomed the news, many education analysts questioned the effectiveness of iPads in classrooms. Now, Los Angeles school district has realized that iPads are not the best in the business when it comes to students. They are now allowing schools to choose from six different Windows laptop computers for their students instead of iPads. In the fall, administrators, teachers and students at those schools will test the laptops to determine the device they should be used going forward. Also, the previously planned distribution of the iPads is on hold. This is not the first time they have put on hold the roll out of iPads. Last year, students found an easy way to bypass iPad’s profile system which restricted them from accessing social networks and other ...

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Microsoft is offering a chance to win a trip to the Xbox E3 Media briefing in Los Angeles, California in June of this year.  Microsoft will be selecting 5 grand prize winners. Winners will have the option of brining a friend with them in addition to roundtrip coach-class air transportation from an airport near winner’s home to Los Angeles, CA; two nights’ accommodations at a hotel (single room, double occupancy); ground transportation between hotel and airport; one dinner and one breakfast or lunch; a $3,000 Microsoft Store gift card a $200 Visa gift card and admission to the Xbox E3 Media Briefing. Microsoft estimates a total value of $8000 if you are a winner. Contest is restricted to legal residents of the United States and the District of Columbia, Canada (excluding Quebec) and Puerto Rico who are at least 18 years old.  These contests are often region restricted due to different laws each country ...

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