It's hoped the durable covers will give children who were once unable to use the technology the freedom to use it in the classroom.
A report published today has found that more than half of people would rather text their friends than meet them in person or ring them.
A space telescope built with expertise from Cardiff University is coming to the end of its mission.
Included in today's 4G spectrum auction results is an obligation for one provider to make sure at least 98% of the UK population can access mobile broadband speeds within five years.
Winning bidder Telefónica UK Ltd won the 800Mhz allocation, which means it will have to cover at least 95% of the population of each of the UK nations – England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales - by the end of 2017.
Ofcom has announced the five phone operators that have won the 4G licenses - permits to run mobile networks at the kind of speed you get from your home broadband.
The winning companies are:
- Everything Everywhere Ltd.
- Hutchison 3G UK Ltd.
- Niche Spectrum Ventures Ltd (a subsidiary of BT Group plc).
- Telefónica UK Ltd.
- Vodafone Ltd.
Swansea Council's planning committee is set to discuss the Mynydd y Gwair wind farm at a special planning meeting today.
The application submitted by RWE NPower Renewables is for 16 wind turbines in Swansea.
The Children's Commissioner for Wales has been speaking to pupils in Barry, to find out how they use the internet, and how they stay safe online.
He's launched his research project on Safer Internet Day, which aims to promote safe use of online technology and mobile phones around the world.
– Keith Towler, Children's Commissioner for Wales
We are all a part of a digital landscape that is changing all the time. It is vital that all children and young people feel that they can use the internet safely, that it isn't something scary and that they know how to protect themselves online.
To make sure that this happens we need to gain an insight into the ways that children engage with digital media. Gathering this information is a crucial part of protecting children and young people and empowering them to stay safe online.
A Wales-wide research project aimed at finding out how children use the internet and digital media is being launched today.
Children's Commissioner for Wales Keith Towler will meet pupils in the Vale of Glamorgan as part of the project launch, which coincides with Safer Internet Day.
Cadoxton Primary School, Ashgrove School, Barry Island Primary School and Ysgol Gyfun Bro Morgannwg are currently taking part in a pilot of the Welsh Government's new digital learning platform, named 'Hwb'.
During the visit, the commissioner and members of Wales' National Council for Digital Learning will find out how pupils stay safe online and whether enough is being done to help them use the internet safely.
One of West Wales' most historic houses is using the latest technology to heat the building.
Water is being extracted from an ancient pond at Aberglasney Mansion and, through the magic of science, the heat from that is warming the Grade Two listed building, as Kevin Ashford reports.
The man from Anglesey who invented the electronic breathalyser has died at the age of 77. Dr Tom Parry Jones, from Menai Bridge, developed the technology in 1974.
He held an OBE, and was a Fellow of Bangor University. He established a fund to encourage young people to follow careers in science and technology, and promoted entrepreneurship.
Anglesey Council says an application for a major solar panel park at Bodorgan Estate has been approved, with the condition that talks between the developer and the local authority continue with the Gwynedd Archaeological Planning Service, to determine whether there are historical relics on the site.
The planning permission will be released once these talks have been resolved.
A solar energy park - one of the biggest of its kind - has been approved by Anglesey Council's Planning Committee today. 64,000 panels generating 15 megawatts of power could now be put-up on a 75-acre site on the island's Bodorgan Estate.
Developers say the project could generate enough electricity to power 4,500 homes annually and connect to the National Grid via existing overhead lines.Anglesey's planning officer had recommended allowing the applicant, Bodorgan Environmental Management Ltd, to install the panels.
The site is currently used for silage and grazing sheep.