Where’s my Droid is a free application that helps you find find your lost Android phone.
Skype in the Classroom is a free and simple database of educators who want to collaborate with other teachers, using Skype. You add your name and your connections to other teachers grows.
Social-media app foursquare presents several opportunities for learning, ranging from field trips to organized meetings to site-based research.
After some testing and feedback from users, the latest Beta version of Skype now offers 10-way calling.
The Library of Congress Virtual Tour iPhone app is free at the iTunes store and features galleries of exhibits along themes such as the Bible, Creating the United States, and Exploring the Early Americas.
The American Civil War Augmented Reality Project uses tablet computers or smart phones to snap pictures of a battlefield site, then superimposes Civil War-era photos of the same areas along with information about the site, showing the battlefield as it looked during the war.
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