Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Android fails to keep up with Apple

By Johnny McCabe

September 21, 2015

Filed under Archives, Opinion, Scrolling Headlines, Technology

It’s that special time of year again: the temperature begins to drop, leaves begin to swirl in the wind across the streets and walkways of Amherst, the scent of pumpkin spice everything fills the air. Among these seasonal pleasant...

Apple appeals to elitist consumers

By Johnny McCabe

September 16, 2013

Filed under Columns, Opinion

It is a universally publicized truth that Apple Inc. sells a lot of products. Far from the humble days of its modest birth in a garage in Silicon Valley, the company formerly known as Apple Computer has transitioned from selling...

Two new iPhones expected to fall from the Apple tree

By Kevin Hollerbach

September 3, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Technology

If you are stuck in a love-hate relationship with your current phone, the end is in sight. Apple is expected to announce one (or more) new iPhone models as well as other products and software during a special Sept. 10 media event. The new iPhones are expected to be released la...

Will Girl Gamers ever become just Gamers?

By Rachel Arlin

October 30, 2012

Filed under Arts & Living, Video Games

Recently, I was watching the news, and a recent study found that more and more women are starting to play videogames. It may, however, not be in the way you expect. Women tend to play more iPhone app games than men. Though not...

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2: not likely a worthy purchase

By Herb Scribner

October 17, 2012

Filed under Arts & Living, Culture

There’s not much working in favor of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2. Sure, it has a sleek and stylish design that puts it up there with the rest of today’s tablets, but for users that have a capable smartphone with Intern...

A snapshot inside phoneography

By Ellie Rulon-Miller

April 5, 2012

Filed under Arts & Living, Culture

When I was in high school, it had just become the norm for people in my age group to have cell phones. Most students in my grade had a phone that at the time was considered cutting-edge only if it had a camera on it. I remember being one of the last people to get a phone, and being so excit...