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See-Through Technology Features New Possibilities
October 13th, 2015 by Jessica N. Abraham-Hogan
In the shade of misfortune, not many are able to take a sports injury and use it to influence the world of technology. Inspired by a tennis injury, our world has been given the gift of see-through technology. Handscape, a company passionate about innovation, has created a case for Apple’s iPhone and iPad devices. The world got a chance to see this technology live on The Sabir Bey Show...

Google on Mobile is Getting Faster
October 12th, 2015 by Jessica Cherok
Thanks to its competition with Facebook, Google is bringing faster load times to mobile. Google has announced what it calls "accelerated mobile pages," or AMP, which seems to be a clear counter to Facebook's Instant Articles (though Google hasn't commented). The AMP project is designed to speed up the load time for pages accessed on mobile, thereby creating a more pleasant user experience. According to Google's Richard Gingras's interview with TechCrunch, AMP...
The First 'Smart' Teddy Hits the Markets
October 9th, 2015 by Jessica N. Abraham-Hogan
Ted…Snuggles…Teddy Ruxpin…The Care Bears. We all fell in love with these popular teddies because they had minds of their own, they spoke to us, and they “wanted to be our friend.” While Ted’s fictional role in two movies allowed him to completely speak his mind and interact with humans as Snuggles did in laundry commercials, most of our other furry friends...
Facebook Mobile Just Got So Much Cooler
October 8th, 2015 by Jessica Cherok
It's about damn time! Facebook is finally allowing its users to set GIFs as profile pictures. The new feature is part of an update Facebook brought to its mobile platform. The seven-second video can either be one you record on Facebook or a GIF you upload. But unless you're in California or the UK, this feature...
Facebook in Space!
October 7th, 2015 by Jessica Cherok
Facebook, as part of their Internet.org project, has been working for the last several years to make Internet access more available to rural parts of the world. While Facebook has touted the project as purely humanitarian, many have criticized it as a way for the social media giant to dominate in fledgling internet markets. According to Internet.org's website, "Connecting billions of people ..."
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