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Beyond the Browser: A Look into Google Chrome’s Top 5 Extensions

Kin Ho Google Chrome has become the most-used Web browser worldwide according to the federal government’s Digital Analytics Program, with 34.7 percent of all internet...

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...

An Era in AI Ends with DeepMind’s Conquest of Go

Bijan Sainee Staff Writer Google DeepMind’s Go playing computer program — called AlphaGo — engaged Lee Sedol, one of the top Go players in the world, in...

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....

Restoring Sight to the Blind

Rishika Kenkre Staff Writer A surgeon from Texas will force a needle with viruses composed of DNA that has light-sensitive algae into a blind person’s eye, enabling...

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...

Pyro: DJ in Your Pocket

Shanthi Guruswamy Promotions Director If you’re a member of the deejaying world, chances are, you’ve heard of the brand Serato. If you’re new to it, Serato...

The UK Given OK to Genetically Modify Human Embryos

Joanne Rhee Staff Writer For the first time in the nation’s history, British scientists have recently been granted permission to genetically modify human embryos. The Human...

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,...

Microsoft Creates Underwater Data Centers

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer The future of data centers may be twenty thousand leagues under the sea — at least, that’s what researchers at Microsoft believe....