FBI agents have seized 20 boxes of documents related to Los Angeles Unified School District’s beleaguered $1 billion iPad project, according to a report Tuesday.
A West Hollywood woman is suing Apple after she suffered injuries when her iPad caught fire.
Apple unveiled a thinner iPad Thursday with a faster processor and a better camera as it tries to drive excitement for tablets amid slowing demand.
The LAUSD Superintendent is seeking records between school board members and tech companies involved in the district’s iPad rollout, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Teachers say LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy to follow his own policy as officials conduct investigations into two of the district’s controversial technology programs.
A Chino Hills lawmaker Tuesday says the District Attorney’s office must take a closer look at the LAUSD’s controversial iPad program.
A recent audit of the Los Angeles Unified School District found that more than $2 million worth of computers, mostly iPads, could not be accounted for.
Superintendent John Deasy sent a letter Monday to the Board of Education notifying them that he is ending his contract with Apple, according to the LA Times.
One resident came home and stumbled upon what was likely a burglary in progress.
Police Tuesday released security camera photos of a woman suspected of stealing two laptop computers and an iPad tablet from a Glendale elementary school.
A global cyber attack, in which a hacker is targeting and locking ipad, iphone and other Mac devices, and sending out a ransom message to the afflicted, has reportedly reached the Southland.
LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy received difficult questions Monday night from parents concerned about the district’s controversial plan to buy more iPads for students rather than investing in more teachers and school supplies.
The debate over a controversial plan to provide iPads to Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) students has taken a new twist on social media.
The Los Angeles Unified School District spends more to equip students with tablet computers than other school districts, which choose less expensive devices, according to a newspaper report.
The Los Angeles Unified School District considered changes to its problematic iPad initiative Tuesday.