Kids Won’t Read Investigative Journalism — But Maybe They’ll Play a Videogame With the Same Message

The Center for Investigative Reporting pours what it knows about school lunches into the App Store.
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With University Pages, LinkedIn Unveils Its Youthful Ambitions

The professional network company aims to target younger users in its latest product release.
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Demand A Plan: Tech Leaders Sign On to Mayors’ Effort to End Gun Violence

Will social media help an effort to ensure gun safety?
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Back to School: Summer Ends as Tech Giants Get Ready for a Device Rumble

School days, school days, dear old golden rule days. Readin’ and ’ritin’ and ’rithmetic, taught to the tune of the memory stick.
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Make Any Bag a Powerbag With myCharge Battery Pack

The myCharge is small enough to fit into your bag, but powerful enough to charge multiple devices.
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Start-Up Slader Looks to Solve the Math Homework Problem

Slader, a quiet New York-based education start-up, is picking away at what the school-attending population would probably list as the biggest pain point in their young lives: Homework.
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President Obama’s LinkedIn Town Hall: The Other Silicon Valley Jobs Event

Here’s an idea to get more jobs for the citizens of the U.S.of A.: Fantastic high-speed wireless access!
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Intern Becomes Real Live Blog Dude–ATD Hires Drake Martinet

It is always nice when an intern makes good, and that is entirely the case with Drake Martinet, who joins All Things Digital–as of yesterday, in fact. We could not be happier. Plus, we knew he was our kind of geek after he agreed to spend the night in a tent next to Robert Scoble, to cover last year’s Apple iPad release. Drake will be working on a range of things for ATD, from social and multimedia efforts to site analytics to discovering and writing about promising but nascent tech start-ups.

Welcome to ATD: The Very Enterprising Arik Hesseldahl

And Arik Hesseldahl makes it four. New reporters and bloggers for All Things Digital, that is. The Bloomberg Businessweek writer–based in New York–will be covering the enterprise arena, as well as chips, for us. As most regular readers know, this site has been expanding its staff, adding even more top-notch editorial might to our already terrific work.

Welcome to ATD: The Very Enterprising Arik Hesseldahl

And Arik Hesseldahl makes it four. New reporters and bloggers for All Things Digital, that is. The Bloomberg Businessweek writer–based in New York–will be covering the enterprise arena, as well as chips, for us. As most regular readers know, this site has been expanding its staff, adding even more top-notch editorial might to our already terrific work.

BoomTown as Judge Judy, Um, Judge BigApps

Microsoft's Economic Stimulus Plan