Tweetables: Weekly Edtech News Good Enough to Tweet


Haven’t been keeping up with your edtech news lately? Fear not! Technapex presents “Tweetables,” our roundup of the week’s top shareable #edtech articles. Be sure to follow us on Twitter too! @Technapex Luring Young Web Warriors Is Priority. It’s Also a Continue reading

Advice from an Entreprenuer to Students: Don’t Drop Out of College

Christian Yang

A twenty-something Silicon Valley entrepreneur has offered some words of wisdom to young, aspiring entrepreneurs: don’t drop out of school to pursue your startup. The startup can wait until after you graduate. Christian Yang, Stanford graduate and co-founder of Y Combinator Continue reading

Marc Ecko on Education and Inspiration

Credit :@Art_Instigators

Yesterday, we attended the tech event in New York called Uncubed. While the event featured founder stories and tales of building tech startups of all kinds from the ground up, the topic of education also made its way into the Continue reading

25 Kickstarter Projects from Students and Recent Grads

Jayne Vidheecharoen’s Art Center College of Design thesis project called Portals

Linda Ross over at recently posted an article, “25 Impressive College Kickstarter Projects You Should Check Out,” and check them out we did! It’s inspiring to see how college students and recent grads are putting their entrepreneurial spirit to Continue reading

Trend: Growing Number of Investments & Start-Ups Working to Crack the Education Market

edu business

Education tech is the hottest trend hitting Silicon Valley. According to the Wall Street Journal, technologists are becoming more interested in turning education into profitable businesses. This growing interest is fueling start-ups to innovate in the education space to make Continue reading