terça-feira, 26 de julho de 2011

The Magellan project will continue? It looks so....

JP Sá Couto Education Netbook...

segunda-feira, 25 de julho de 2011

Chávez inaugurou linha para produção de Canaimas


JP Sá Couto Project on the move....


"Antes de partir para Cuba para continuar a segunda fase do tratamento médico, e depois de ter sido submetido a uma intervenção cirúrgica ao lhe ter sido detectado um tumor com células cancerígenas, o Presidente da Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, inaugurou, durante o Conselho de Ministros, a partir do Palácio de Miraflores, a primeira linha de produção de Indústria Canaima, destinada ao montagem de mini laptops como parte do projecto Canaima Educativo."

quinta-feira, 21 de julho de 2011

The ‘Internet Of Things’ Outnumbers Human Population [Infographic] - PSFK

The ‘Internet Of Things’ Outnumbers Human Population [Infographic] - PSFK:

"Computer networking firm, Cisco has designed an impressive infographic detailing how the ‘Internet Of Things‘ will affect everyday life. Or rather, how it won’t. As of 2008, the number of ’things’ connected to the Internet surpassed the number of people on earth. By 2050, there will be 50 billion things, ranging from your smartphone to believe it or not, cattle. Wireless sensors (transmitting 200 MB of data per cow each year) have been affixed to cows, instantly notifying a farmer when one is sick."

segunda-feira, 18 de julho de 2011

Venezuelan Government Spends 12 Billion Bolivars in One Week on Development « Red Ant Liberation Army News

Venezuelan Government Spends 12 Billion Bolivars in One Week on Development « Red Ant Liberation Army News:

Venezuela likes JP Sá Couto Education netbooks

"Mérida, March 28th 2011 (Venezuelanalysis.com) – In addition to nearly half of the annual budget being dedicated to social spending, the Venezuelan government, taking advantage of extra income from other sources such as high petroleum earnings, has assigned a further Bs 12.6 billion ($US 2.9 billion) to national development in the last week."

quinta-feira, 14 de julho de 2011

JP Sá Couto awarded as Microsoft “Shape the Future” Partner of the Year 2011 at WPC in Los Angeles

JP Sá Couto awarded as Microsoft “Shape the Future” Partner of the Year 2011 at WPC in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, July 13, 2011 – Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference
JP Sá Couto was recognized as Partner of the Year for the Microsoft ”Shape the Future” Education Initiative in 2011.
This award recognizes and reinforces JPSC’s role and responsibility developing new opportunities around the World within “Shape the Future”. This is a step ahead to reach the continuous evolution of Education systems by integrating ICT into the Learning process for millions of Students around the World, present today in more than 20 Countries.
“We are very proud of this award and we see this as a recognition of our global effort to promote the integration and ICT into Education around the World, developing opportunities for a new generation with Microsoft within the Shape the Future initiative” Jorge Sá Couto, JPSC’s Chairman.
JPSC is an education provider of turnkey projects, supplying educational technology and providing differentiated value added services for education. JPSC and “Shape the Future” outlines one step further in reaching the goal of bridging the learning divide by supporting equal access to education for all children worldwide.
“We value the partnership with JPSC and the impact they have made empowering and inspiring the next generation of leaders of the world” Anthony Salcito, Vice-President Public Sector Education at Microsoft
Microsoft “Shape the Future” is a program aimed at helping Governments invest in Education Technology to create jobs, drive economic growth and increase competitiveness. In the past three years it helped 42 Countries bring technology access to over 6 million students, educators and families.


About JP Sá Couto Founded in March 1989, J.P. Sá Couto is a Portuguese Company dedicated to the design, development and distribution of Technological Solutions, leader of a pioneering reference initiative (Magalhães  - Magellan) for education based on ICT, with over 2.5 million PCs deployed within school systems in more than 20 Countries

quarta-feira, 13 de julho de 2011

Are Parents Teaching Their Kids Bad Smartphone Behavior? - PSFK

Are Parents Teaching Their Kids Bad Smartphone Behavior? - PSFK:
Are Parents Teaching Their Kids Bad Smartphone Behavior?
"You want horror stories about modern digital technology and its effect on society? There’s the teenagers who sleep with their phones. The girl who texts in the shower using a plastic bag. The constant emailing and posting of Facebook updates during breakfast and dinner.

Society can’t escape unscathed by the emergence of a generation of children who are using mobile phones long before they had drivers licences, and can regularly send upwards of 3,000 text messages a month."

segunda-feira, 11 de julho de 2011

UN Secretary General Attracted By “Canaima” Computers « Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in the U.S.

UN likes JP Sá Couto education netbooks...
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UN Secretary General Attracted By “Canaima” Computers « Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in the U.S.: "The Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon, expressed his admiration for the Canaima laptops, a Venezuelan computer which is part of a learning project that is being used in the country’s basic education system."