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Thursday, July 16th 2020

“FoxFi” App Provides a Solution for Android WiFi Sharing

Tomas Palpallatoc Staff Writer FoxFi is an often overlooked app that is available through the Google Play Store. Although it has recently lost its ability to...

Five Questions with Professor John Greathouse on Business and Personal Development

Madison Kirkpatrick Campus Beat Reporter Here at UC Santa Barbara (UCSB), the Technology Management Program (TMP) is a widely popular certificate. Whether a student is interested...

Windows 10: The Breakdown

By Gwendolyn Wu AS Beat Reporter For most PC users of Windows 7, 8, or 8.1, a small Windows icon hovered in their desktop windows tray for...

Human Robotics Engineering and Paraplegics Take a Step Forward with New Exoskeleton

Kristie Chairil Staff Writer According to the National Institutes of Health, there are millions of motor-impaired Americans who cannot perform basic everyday routines without assistance. However,...

Censord App Review: Anonymous and Unsuitable for Work

Sarah Beaver Staff Writer A new application that can be informally described as “if Yik Yak and Snapchat had a baby” has recently surfaced, and it’s...

Drones: A Nuisance or an Advancement?

Jackie Caldwell When you hear the word “drone,” what comes to mind? The remote-controlled camera-carriers from Best Buy? The way your high school physics teacher...

An Electric Cure to Depression

Noe Padilla and Xander Apicella Staff Writers A new method of therapy uses the physics of electromagnetism to alter brain activity. Known as transcranial magnetic stimulation...

Curology: The Online Dermatologist

Miguel Rodriguez Staff Writer For many of us, our looks are important. Generally, any problems people have with blemishes can be fixed through makeup, various creams...

Tech Companies Are Consolidating Like Crazy

Sandra Lee In the United States, tech giants like Amazon and Facebook are acquiring small businesses at a rapid pace — in other words, they...

UCSB Students in Running to Design Hyperloop

Quincy Lee Staff Writer How fast can you transport something from L.A. to San Francisco? Engineering students at UCSB are building a pod that could go...