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February 17, 2011
Adrian Hartog, chief executive of educational tablet maker mySpark Technologies, poses for a portrait...
Toronto, Canada
Hartog, chief executive of educational tablet maker mySpark Technologies, poses for a portrait in Toronto...
Adrian Hartog, chief executive of educational tablet maker mySpark Technologies, poses for a portrait in Toronto February 14, 2011. Hartog is among a growing number of entrepreneurs attempting to change the way students study, share and do homework. MySpark plans to market two versions of its tablet, based on the Android operating platform, priced between $200 to $350 and due to be released this spring, Hartog said. Aimed at the college market, the 10-inch devices will let students buy digital textbooks, sync school calendars, collaborate via instant messaging and run Android apps. Photo taken February 14, 2011. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH EDUCATION)
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