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3 weeks ago
Even though most documents and classwork are moving into the digital domain, sometimes a good old-fashioned printout is still needed. Whether this is for your final term paper, notes for a group study session, or handouts to get everyone on the same page, so to speak, you are going to need a printer to get it done. Budding photography students also may want their own printer for complete control...
by Patrick Chiang
3 weeks ago
These days, many classrooms have replaced traditional pen and paper with laptops. Assignments that used to be submitted on loose-leaf paper in barely legible handwriting are now prim and proper, without any spelling errors, thanks to spell check. Instead of binders and folders, we now use portable storage solutions to organize our files. It’s important that you have a copy of your files, whether...
4 weeks ago
Even in these halcyon, lazy days of summer, the next semester of school is looming on the horizon. While you're thinking about all the supplies, gadgets, gizmos, and gewgaws you will need to aggregate to help you get through the autumn and then to the next holiday break, we would like to offer some ideas for tablets that will help you organize your schoolwork and provide a few fleeting moments of...
1 month ago
It’s not a secret that the tech industry is never content. Virtual Reality is having a Moment, but though the high-end HTC Vive and Oculus Rift headsets are finally available, consumers are already looking for the Next Big Thing. Conveniently, it’s right around the corner. Of course, I’m talking about...
3 months ago
You have to start small, with disruptive technology. You set the groundwork and build upon it. Allumette, an animated VR short from Penrose Studios, which premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, is a perfect example of this. Allumette is, to understate it, a huge step forward in narrative storytelling, but the story that it tells is a fairly simple one. It takes place primarily in a single...
3 months ago
One of the big lessons you learn working in VR is that you shouldn’t make assumptions. Whether you’re working for it artistically or designing for it, it really does end up confounding you.” Eugene Chung is two things: He’s a creative type pioneering an entirely new way of telling stories, and he’s a Tech Startup Founder & CEO in Silicon Valley. Chung is the writer and director of Allumette,...
4 months ago
Immerse yourself in larger-than-life worlds with the Homido Virtual Reality Smartphone Headset. Thanks to platforms like Google Cardboard, this VR headset lets you experience 360...
6 months ago
It has never been easier—nor more worthwhile—to get into virtual reality. After decades of disappointment, the VR revolution is finally coming. The inciting incident was the Kickstarter for Oculus Rift, in 2012. The device passed its $250,000 goal in fewer than 24 hours and ended up pulling in nearly ten times that much from interested and eager backers. The team expanded and was ultimately...
1 year ago
So, you want a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 but you can’t justify the hefty price tag? I hear you, brothers and sisters. We want the smooth look, the flexibility of a tablet that can double as a laptop and the perks and refinements that made the Surface Pro 3 one of the most sought-after tablets this year. Microsoft heard you, too, and took everything that we loved about the Surface Pro 3 and made the...
1 year ago
A laptop by any other name is a laptop. Unless it’s a tablet. Or a gaming laptop. Or a workstation. Or a hybrid. Or a 2-in-1. Now that we bring it up, all laptops are not made the same. They can be modified or configured to match any need, and can be as unique as the consumer who buys them. What do you need your laptop for, some gaming? Maybe some light video editing (or even some heavy video...
by Kevin Bostic
1 year ago
One day, while you're putting the final touches on a big project and sipping your coffee—black, unsweetened, like nature intended it to be consumed—it dawns on you: you're working from home for a living, and you’re actually living. You've made it. Congrats! Now it's time to flesh out that dream and put the pieces in place to build the ultimate home workspace you never thought was possible. An...
1 year ago
Purchasing a laptop for yourself or a loved one this holiday season? It’s not an easy decision. You have to ask yourself what you need the laptop for—some heavy writing, with a little entertainment thrown in? How about some heavy graphic design with an emphasis on gaming? Or, how about you go all grown up and get a laptop that can handle a heavy workload, no frills included? The buzzword this...
1 year ago
When it comes to Mac computers, there are people who absolutely love them, and people who have the opposite opinion. You can say what you want about their operating system, their pricey hardware, their sleek, slightly elitist aesthetic—but the fact is, if someone were giving out free Macs, both kinds of people...

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