Tech companies are now testing out new ways to help schools keep up with the times.

From smartphones to tablets to gaming consoles, we’ve rounded up some of the tech companies looking to provide the tech you need to stay ahead of the curve.

(Photo: Matt McClain, Getty Images)Tech companies are looking to get a range of tech to schoolsTech companies including Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon are testing out ways to give schools more control over technology and the apps they use.

These tech companies say they’re looking to give students more control in order to help them prepare for the world of computing.

From tablets and smartphones to gaming systems and social media, these tech companies are working on ways to make technology more accessible and relevant.

Apple announced that it is adding its Apple Maps app to the iOS App Store in the US, where it will now be available to students.

Apple says the app will help students find and follow schools by letting them search for schools and landmarks with a variety of local information.

Microsoft is also introducing a range technology review app, allowing students to get an overview of technology and learn about tech products.

The app is currently only available in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, and the US.

Microsoft says the technology review service will help educate students and teachers about what’s available on the market and what they can learn about using Microsoft devices.

Amazon has launched a range tech review app called the Tech Reviewer, which allows students to see what products are currently in the market.

The Tech Reviewers app will also provide information on what apps are available and what products and services are popular in their schools.

Amazon says the Tech Reviews app is being rolled out to its schools and will be available soon to other US schools.

Apple is also planning to expand its range tech reviews to schools in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Germany.

Microsoft has also introduced a range software review app.

The company says the new app will be rolling out to all US schools in September.

Microsoft is also offering a range app that can help schools evaluate the educational value of software.

Theresa M. Johnson, chief executive officer at Microsoft, says the tech review service can be a great way for students to learn more about products.

Johnson says the company is also adding more ways for schools to use the tech reviews app.

For example, the company said it will add a rating tool to help students determine the overall educational value and quality of their education.

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