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Snapchat’s track record with security has been less than stellar these past few weeks.Read More
Dr. Ivan Poupyrev wants to make plants sing. And he’s succeeded.Read More
While these futuristic James Bond-esque devices might sound cool, whether they’re truly worth the extra $100 or more in addition to the smartphone you’ll have to buy to use them remains to be seen.Read More
Garrett Roth, Holden Chase Moss, Shaunie Groover and Amy George are in the Game Studies and Design program and introduced new solutions not requiring the use of hands.Read More
Rather than keep the broadly structured chronological comment system, YouTube plans to create “engaged conversations” consisting of a mix of comments from big YouTube personalities and friends on Google+.Read More
IOS 7 is Apple’s latest attempt at future-proofing its mobile platform. While not perfect, and still somewhat under construction, the latest update offers a new style and useful, if not new, features to iPhones and iPads everywhere.Read More
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