Grand Haven-based School Zone Publishing, a provider of children’s educational workbooks, flash cards and software for more than 35 years, announced the launch of the School Zone Little Scholar — a $199 tablet computer designed expressly for children with exclusive educational and entertainment content.
Pay Anywhere, the mobile payment division of the payment processing firm North American Bancard, said Monday it had donated a tablet computer to every student at Cranbrook’s Brookside Lower School.
WWJ’s third day at the International Consumer Electronics Show was the first official day of the world’s largest tech trade show. The tech on display included familiar auto names — and upstarts building the no. 1 selling computer for Walmart.com.
Customer satisfaction across three durable goods industries stalled in 2011, with the majority of companies staying almost exactly where they were in 2010, according to a report released Tuesday by the Ann Arbor-based American Customer Satisfaction Index.