Sunday, September 24th 2017

Breaking Down Apple’s iPhone 7

Matthew Lee Staff Writer On Sep. 7, Apple unveiled the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus to the world. The public had already stirred up numerous...

Fitbit’s FalsePulse

Chelsea Viola Staff Writer FitBit has recently been confronted with allegations that their “PurePulse”  technology is inaccurate. Users may not have been getting accurate readings of...

Punkt MP01: A Nostalgic Nuance of Nothingness

Matthew Lee Punkt, a Swiss company that specializes in consumer electronics, prides itself on the design of the MP01, a cellular device that focuses on...

Japan To Require Tourists Use Fingerprints as Payment

Rishika Kenkre Staff Writer Japan is now enforcing a system that eradicates the difficulties of cash and credit cards through the use of fingerprints as form...

Tiny Spaceships May Be On the Horizon

Miguel Rodriguez Staff Writer Theoretical physics legend Stephen Hawking and Russian billionaire entrepreneur Yuri Milner propose tiny spaceships are our closest celestial neighbors. People like to travel...

Apple Introduces Health App ‘CareKit’

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer On Mar. 21, Apple announced the release of CareKit, a new health application designed to empower people to take a more active...

iPhone SE Sees Superior Specs in Smaller Size

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Bigger doesn’t always mean better. This is the route Apple is taking with their new iPhone SE, which was introduced on Mar....

Researcher at King’s College London Develops Electrode Pants

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer Roger Ribas Manero, a researcher in King’s College London is developing a pair of leggings that measures muscle fatigue during physical activity. “Several...

Engineers Design Safer Football Helmets

Rishika Kenkre Staff Writer Helmets have generally failed their main function, which is to protect the player’s head from brain injury. That was until University of...

Space Cameras Available for Hire

Peter Crump Staff Writer Two cameras mounted in the International Space Station (ISS) are available for hire. In 2014, Vancouver-based company UrtheCast (pronounced “earthcast”) successfully launched the...