Worldwide wall

15th January 2010 at 00:00

Giant touchscreens "the size of a wall" will connect classrooms all over the world, enabling pupils to interact via real-time translation within the decade, according to Microsoft. The software giant says it is working towards this new technology which would be the natural successor to the interactive whiteboard, giving teachers access to unlimited resources at their fingertips.

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