The language app Duolingo feels more like a game as opposed to a classroom.
Johnny McCabe examines the developing rivalry between Apple and Google over user privacy, and concludes that greater security in future products will be beneficial for the consumers.
Timothy D. Cook, head of Apple, reveals the highly anticipated iPhone 6 and Apple Watch.
To many, Apple is the quintessential American corporation, a modern GM or GE. But Apple only employs 43,000 U.S. workers and exploits lax labor regulations to maximize offshore profits. Zac Bears argues that Apple-style business practices will not solve structural issues with the U.S. economy.
Stephen Margelony-Lajoie reviews the pros and cons of Apple’s latest mobile iOS
Johnny McCabe outlines the details of Apple’s newest generation of iPhones and how the company has stalled in its initial role as technology innovator.
Collegian columnist Mike Tudoreanu examines the process of modern innovation and argues against the idolization of single inventors.
In the wake of Steve Jobs’ death, guest columnist and President of the New England Objectivist Society Nathan Fatal laments the loss of one of America’s greatest innovators.
If you’re an avid partygoer, you’ve probably been tagged in your fair share of embarrassing photos. Fortunately for you, there is a solution: the do-it-yourself party photo booth.