Monday, July 9, 2012
Kurzweil 3000, a technology company that focuses on helping struggling readers, announced an iPad app aimed at improving reading comprehension.
A Natick company could be helping struggling readers thanks to their app for the iPad, "firefly," that is designed to improve English literacy skills. Kurzweil 3000, headquartered in Natick, aims to help young students struggling with reading comprehension, those learning English and readers with leaning disabilities such as dyslexia, PR Newswire reports. "We are delighted to be releasing our first mobile app," said Alex Saltonstall, general manager, Kurzweil Educational Systems and IntelliTools told PR Newswire. "Individuals rely on Kurzweil 3000 every day to enable them to succeed at their level of academic interest. The free app can be found on the Apple App Store by searching for "firefly Kurzweil."
Friday, March 16, 2012
The new iPad was released in stores today.
Locals have been gathering outside the Natick Mall Apple store throughout the day to purchase and catch a glimpse of the new Apple iPad that hit stores today. The latest version has a faster processor, a better, 5-megapixel camera and higher Retina display. The most basic model of the new iPad costs $499. The older iPad 2 is now available starting at $399.
Sunday, December 25, 2011
Was your favorite gift an electronic one?
Tis the year of the smartphone and tablet. Did your Santa deliver one to you?
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Customers at the Natick Mall Apple store share their thoughts on Steve Jobs' death and what it means for the company.
Apple enthusiasts visited the Apple Store in the Natick Mall Thursday to check out the latest innovations and to honor the company's co-founder who helped create them. Steve Jobs died Wednesday, after a battle with pancreatic cancer and recent liver transplant. Jobs, 56, resigned as CEO of Apple in August, becoming chairman.