Fraternal Order of Police President John McNesby at lectern on June 29, 2015. (credit: Steve Tawa/KYW)

After Burglary At West Philly Elementary School, FOP Donates iPads, Offers Reward

The union representing city police officers is joining detectives in helping a Catholic elementary school in West Philadelphia crack a burglary case, while replacing its stolen computers.


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Police: $17K Worth Of Computers Stolen From West Philadelphia School

Philadelphia Police are looking for the person(s) who broke into a Catholic elementary school and stole dozens of computers, including 30 iPads.


First grade teacher Kelly Eisele with students in library of Gen. George Meade Elementary School in North Philadelphia.
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Big Federal Grant To Help Link Some Of Philly’s Neediest Elementary Schools With Library Service

The two-year, $1.5 million grant gives each of the ten schools 30 iPads so that students in kindergarten, first and second grades can access e-books from the Free Library.


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Philadelphia Police Officer Donates Dozens Of iPads To Help Non-Verbal Students Communicate In Class

On Thursday, a Philadelphia police officer gave five public schools a gift they could never have afforded on their own– iPads that will help non-verbal students communicate in class.


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Mobile Devices Causing Digital Eye Strain

The overuse of mobile devices is believed to be contributing to the 61% of adults who admit to experiencing digital eye strain.


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Cops: $4,800 In iPads Stolen From Elementary School In Burlington County

Police in a South Jersey town are investigating the theft of nearly $5,000 in iPads from an elementary school.



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(Incoming medical students at Drexel University line up to get their new iPads from George Zeiset of Drexel's medical education office technology department.  Credit: Pat Loeb)

New Students at Drexel Med School Given iPads as Training Tool

Their curriculum came pre-loaded onto a brand-new iPad, along with some custom-made apps to help them learn.


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Apple Releases Aggregate Data On Government Snooping Requests

Apple says the feds, state, and local authorities made requests for data from about 10,000 devices or accounts.


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iPads To Go To 6 Philadelphia Area Hospitals

Philadelphia tri-state Cadillac dealers partner with CBS EcoMedia and Starlight Children’s Foundation to deliver iPads to six Philadelphia area hospitals.


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Max Payne Mobile

The Max Payne series is one of the classic shooters for PC and console gamers. Now there’s a mobile version of the original game.


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FAA Considers Allowing Air Passengers To Use E-Readers During Takeoff, Landing

Some studies show there’s no harm done to a plane by such technology, but Todd Adams with Lancaster Avionics, in Lancaster, Pa., has seen otherwise.


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iOS 5

Apple’s iOS 5 operating system is on its way.


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Apple iOS 5

Apples iOS 5 operating system is on it’s way.


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Smartphones On Campus

Beginning in 2008, every student on the Abilene Christian University campus has received iPhones and iPod Touches, yet no one “killer app” has emerged that fits everyone’s teaching style.