The heads of the two leading computer companies in the education market delivered simultaneous keynote speeches Jan. 9--Michael Dell, chairman of Dell Inc., at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Computer, at the Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco. And although the timing of their remarks was coincidental, the announcements that each man made could resonate with schools.

Though Apple is No. 2 to Dell when it comes to computer sales in education, it wasn't new computers that Jobs was touting. In fact, Jobs said his company is officially removing the word


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