March 6, 2015

Scrolling Headlines:

UMass’ comeback falls just short against Richmond, ending its season -

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UMass enters crucial part of season with matches against Providence, Saint Louis -

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UMass travels to face Notre Dame in the Hockey East tournament -

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Playoff time for UMass hockey -

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UMass faces challenge of stopping Lyle Thompson, Albany offense Saturday -

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Sloppy second half plagues UMass in loss to Richmond on Senior Night -

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RSO brings concepts to life through dance -

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The Underwoods deal with a dwindling hand of ‘Cards’ in an exciting, topical season -

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Chris Kyle: An American hero -

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Ballot question asks for increased student health fee to hire new CCPH staff -

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‘Parks and Recreation’ goes out on a good, if familiar, note -

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Why opinion journalism matters -

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UMass to retire Calipari jersey -

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‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2′ a disappointing comedy sequel -

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UMass opens season against Kentucky -

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Opportunity knocks for UMass hockey -

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Ludacris finalized as third performer at ‘Bring the Spring!’ concert -

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Minutewomen advance to A-10 second round -

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Offensive woes frustrate UMass in loss to Richmond -

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Minutewomen enter tough weekend schedule -

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ESPN employees seek to get women involved in technology

(Amanda Creegan/Daily Collegian)

UMass hosts TechTalks to encourage young women to pursue careers in technology.

The end of Google Glass, and what we can learn from it

(Ted Eytan/Flickr)

Johnny McCabe describes the end of Google Glass, and how its failure can inform future technologies.

Microsoft introduces Windows 10, Codename Spartan and the HoloLens

(Microsoft)

The company looks to make an augmented, holographic future our reality.

How to avoid, treat and prevent Computer Vision Syndrome as a college student

(Collegian File Photo)

Excessive exposure to technology could be having a negative effect on your eyes.

Send cash to friends over Snapchat with Snapcash

(Gadgets Informer/Flickr)

A partnership with Square allows social sharing of more than just pictures for certain Snapchat users.

Breaking down CES: The big-picture for tech in 2015

(Kate Ter Haar/Flickr)

2015 has the potential to mark major advances in technology.

Body cameras for cops are a no brainer after Ferguson

(Doug Kapustin/Baltimore Sun/MCT)

Johnny McCabe argues that on-body cameras for police provide an evidence-based solution to cases with contradictory witness testimony and subjectivity.

eSports: A new kind of sport

(Andrew Rush/ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/TNS)

Julian del Prado articulate why eSports should be considered a sport and reveals its surprising popularity.

Grant of $4.1 million to allow research into different options.

(Collegian file photo)

UMass looks for alternatives to small water system treatments with $4.1 million grant

Whistl app and phone case created to fight sexual assault

(LifeShel)

The fight against sexual assault inspired a creation team for the phone case and app Whistl.

The Phablet continues to grow and maintain popularity

Larger cell phones continue to grow and maintain popularity due to certain purchasing decisions.

The best Lenovo laptops for college students

(LoKan Sardari/Daily Collegian)

Lenovo has made laptops for every kind of user, ranging from its ThinkPad to IdeaPad lines.

Drone technology making its mark in entertainment

(Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun/MCT)

Major entertainment companies such as Disney and Cirque de Soleil have expressed interest in using drone technology for its shows and events.

Apple, Google and the looming war over data security: Whatever happens, we win

(John J. Kim/Chicago Tribune/MCT)

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.

Wearable tech the latest fashion trend

JR Curley uses his Google Glass at the Manhattan Beach Pier, Calif., April 3, 2014. For all the controversy Glass has generated for its ability to take pictures or film video with simple gesture or voice command, Curley says the attention Glass gets on the streets of Los Angeles has been very positive. (Brian van der Brug/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

Technology-inspired fashion becomes latest trend with consumers.

Our plugged in world

(Cade Belisle/Daily Collegian)

Karen Podorefsky comments on the how the current generation’s use of technology is impacting the way people view relationships and the world around them.

Advertising is all around us, with the help of Big Brother’s data

(Jessica Tezak/Chicago Tribune/MCT)

Maral Margossian warns us of the bombardment of invasive, personalized advertisements that the average person deals with on a daily basis.

Apple prepares to unveil iPhone 6

The iPhone (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group/MCT).

A slew of new products are on the way, including the highly anticipated iPhone 6, iOS 8 and the iPhone Air.

Apps everyone should have on their phone

Eddie Hull uses his phone while students vote on whether to stay or go during a student protest on Feb. 24, 2012. (Collegian File Photo)

Stay entertained and productive on your phone with these tools.

Reddit Co-founder Alexis Ohanian speaks at UMass

Conor Snell/Daily Collegian

Online entrepreneur offers insight to students about entrepreneurship