Tag: Tech

04.02.2010

 

How Your Tech Ticks

by Eryc Duhart

Stop reading this article for a second and take a look around you. A majority of your colleagues are probably texting on their cell phones, blasting music on iPods (or an equivalent portable media player), or...

12.18.2009

 

Smartphone Review: Droid

by Chris Zubak-Skees

Verizon | $199.99 + two-year contract “It rips through the web like a circular saw through a ripe banana.” “It’s not your next phone; it’s the one after that.” “Everything iDon’t, Droid does.” The...

12.04.2009

 
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Geocaching

by Chris Zubak-Skees

Hidden all around us — in trees, under bridges, and in lamp posts — is the evidence of a worldwide, modern treasure hunt. Armed with global positioning satellites, the web, and their wits, players...

Alternate Reality Gaming

by Ory Ballenger

In July, Logan received a notebook in the mail, along with news that his friend Matt Selby had committed suicide. Logan started posting pictures of the notebook’s pages to his blog, attempting to decipher its...

11.13.2009

 

All’s Fair in Technology, Turkey and War

by Alex Rogala

Every year, just as the weather grows cold and the year draws to an end, Thanksgiving swings through town, and with it comes a warm camaraderie as millions of Americans unite over mountains of turkey, stuffing...

10.16.2009

 

Beyond Science Fiction

by Alex Rogala

Growing up, I was fascinated by space — next to the Blue Ranger, Bill Nye and Beakman were my idols. At night I would lie in bed and dream of becoming an astronaut, staring at the glow-in-the-dark star...

09.18.2009

 
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Common Creativity

by Michael Conti

In a dusty, overcrowded classroom in Afghanistan, a lone teacher paces the center aisle. While at one time the room may have been filled with boisterous voices speaking out of turn, the chatter has been...

5.1.2009

 

Three Ways to Start Cloud Computing

by Adimabua Ofunne

Moore’s law states that “the number of transistors which can be placed inexpensively on an integrated circuit will increase exponentially, doubling approximately every two years.” This statement was made in...

10.17.2008

 
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Hackers Shutting Down Hash Functions

by Jen Loomis

Meet Alice. She’s a workaholic RIT student pulling 20 credit hours while simultaneously holding down a part-time job making Ultimate Tacos and Hard Drive Paninis in the RITz. Seeing the Dow Jones take a...

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