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PlayStation 4 improves upon its predecessor

For those hard-core gamers out there like myself, I’m sure you already know about the Friday release of Sony’s PlayStation 4. For those of you that aren’t hard-core gamers: You’re…

Phonebloks reaches funding goal – Debate over ‘Lego phone’ begins to rise

A cost-effective solution might be coming for phone owners who have broken their screens and want them replaced. The idea became popular early September when a YouTube video for Phonebloks…

Competition runs high with upcoming console releases

Since 2005, gamers have been enjoying the current generation of video game consoles: Microsoft’s Xbox 360, Sony’s Playstation 3 and Nintendo Wii. However, there is a new generation of systems…

Google’s newest technology augments reality

Development of Google’s newest project is reaching its peak: Glass. The technology, which looks like futuristic glasses from a sci-fi film, allows users to see the world through an augmented…

Android-based, independent gaming console fills hole in gaming industry

While OUYA might sound more like a noise you make while playing a video game, the Android-based console might be just what the gaming industry is missing. OUYA is an…

Games old and new: ‘Fire Emblem: Awakening’

The thirteenth game of the acclaimed “Fire Emblem” series was released in North America for Nintendo 3DS on Feb. 4. “Fire Emblem: Awakening” is a turn-based role-playing game (RPG) in which characters…

Computer programming as a work of art

The love affair with computers started at a young age for Brandon Smith (freshman, computer science and math). “I was always interested in computers, mostly because my dad works with…

‘Wearable technology’ rumored from Apple

Apple’s newest invention could be something a bit different: an iWatch. A series of reports from The Wall Street Journal this week have all-but- confirmed development on the project. The details…

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