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Iowa tests secure school-based Wi-Fi service for officers – Education Week

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Delaware students show slight improvement in statewide tests – Education Week

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States, Districts Eye Chance to Craft Innovative Tests – Education Week

Buzz builds around a pilot program under the Every Student Succeeds Act that aims to jump-start the next generation of assessments.

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North Korea’s Punggye-ri Facility Appears Ready to Support New Nuclear Tests

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A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Jack Liu. Recent commercial satellite imagery indicates continued activity at North Korea’s Punggye-ri nuclear test site that does not appear directed at further tunnel excavation but rather to maintain existing tunnels as well as to clean up after the January 2016 nuclear test. It is highly likely that […] North Korea’s Punggye-ri Facility Appears Ready to Support New Nuclear Tests is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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More Rockets in Kim Jong Un’s Pockets: North Korea Tests A New Artillery System

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

On Friday, March 4, North Korea showed off a new “large-caliber” artillery rocket system. In this context, large-caliber probably means between 300-400 mm. North Korea appears to have tested the system from its coastal test range at Wonsan, with the projectiles flying about 150 km. Although Kim Jong Un watched a number of tests of […] More Rockets in Kim Jong Un’s Pockets: North Korea Tests A New Artillery System is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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The Challenge of Predicting Future North Korean Nuclear Tests

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

A 38 North exclusive with analysis by Jack Liu. Summary The latest North Korean nuclear test at the Punggye-ri test site apparently surprised the international community as there were few indicators seen before it took place. Unlike the 2013 test, when heavy activity was seen in the weeks prior to that test, very little preparation […] The Challenge of Predicting Future North Korean Nuclear Tests is an article from 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea, published by the US-Korea Institute at SAIS. View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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Will it bend? Apple iPhone 6s/Plus drop, water and assorted torture tests

Come on in, torture lovers! Brace yourselves, the iPhone drop, stab, burn and bend tests have arrived, and no 7000-series aluminum can save the newest Apple handset from the 15-minutes-of-fame seekers out there.
We’ve compiled a shortlist of iPhone 6s and 6s Plus destruction efforts that prove once and for all that when glass hits the pavement, your dreams can be shattered pretty easily. Well, with the exception of the iPhone 6s falling from a story height in the Toronto Eaton Center, and remaining fairly unscathed, though the surface it fell on looks taped. 
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Oppo R7 Plus aces our battery life and charge tests with best-in-class longevity

Believe it or not, a thin phablet with 4100 mAh scored one of the best continuous screen-on times in our gruelling battery life benchmark test. The new Oppo R7 Plus is not only one of the most elegant big-screeners we’ve seen, 2.5D display and all, but also managed to keep its lights on for nearly 10 hours with the screen lit, and running our standardized testing pattern. This would translate to about two days of normal usage from the phablet, which is great news for those that are eyeing Oppo’s latest puppy.

As a reminder, the R7 Plus features a 6-inch …

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 seemingly survives drop and water tests

Announced by Xiaomi earlier in August, the Redmi Note 2 is an upper-mid-range smartphone that’s sold at an incredibly low price. Although it’s officially available only in China (at least for now), you can pre-order the Redmi Note 2 from almost anywhere in the world via third-party retailers, though you’ll have to pay a bit more for it ($160 for the 16 GB variant, and $210 for the 32 GB one).

Despite its low price, the Redmi Note 2 seems to be a well made device. Or at least that’s what a drop test video – embedded below – suggests. The video also shows how the new Redmi Note survives being …

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Project Ara’s delay may be due to phones failing drop tests

Google confirmed earlier this week that the first market pilot for its Project Ara modular smartphone would be pushed back from late 2015 to sometime in 2016. Now a new message on the project’s official Twitter account may have revealed that the reason for the delay was due in part to those smartphones failing drop tests.

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