Saturday, October 19th 2019

SpaceX Shoots for Stars from Lompoc

Madison Hallam The first orbital class rocket capable of being reused was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Lompoc last Monday. The rocket belongs...

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...

Solar Powered Tent Caters to Refugees and Glampers Alike

Aryana Sherzai In today’s highly stratified world, modern innovations rarely cater to people across the economic spectrum. Yet, one classic human invention has undergone a...

UCSB Student Kickstarts Glowing Gloves

Alex Grant As Abraham Karplus explained the technology and development behind Kinetics--his new motion-reactive light gloves, members of University of California, Santa Barbara’s gloving club,...

Is Apple Pay the Future?

Pragya Parmita Staff Writer Illustration by Hector Lizarraga, Staff Illustrator With Apple Pay, Apple believes it can revolutionize mobile payments. The program was first introduced with the...

A Closer Look at Snapchat Spectacles

Spencer Wu Staff Writer Marketing teams are always looking to expand a brand and push the boundaries of conventional marketing. The incredibly popular app Snapchat has...

New ‘Samsung Pay’ App Coins a Different Way to Pay

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Illustration By Silvia Quach, Staff Illustrator Samsung may be late to the mobile wallet party, but it sure made a head-turning entrance. Samsung’s new...

Blood Flow Measuring Patches Make Waves in Medical Field

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer Great advancements have been made in the medical world in recent years. Adding to the growing list of innovation is John Rodgers,...

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....

Firefox 4: A Review

Student reviews Firefox 4.