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10 video games that will be hot this fall

By Ted Kritsonis

The gaming world has started to lean a little towards what Hollywood has been doing recently, and that’s churning out sequels and rehashing characters or franchises from a bygone era. But that’s not entirely a bad thing, especially when the games that came before them heightened expectations for more.

Expectations peaking for iPhone revision

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Leaked photos from case maker Case-Mate hit the Internet last week showing what looks to be the rear of Apple’s iPhone 5. These were quickly pulled from their website creating buzz on what the unannounced but upcoming Apple smartphone would look like.

Microsoft hints at unified OS future at BUILD

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Microsoft came out strong at yesterday’s BUILD Conference keynote. The software giant didn’t just unveil the tile-powered Windows 8 for PCs and tablets but also revealed a unified OS.

Reflecting on the loss of a social media thought leader

By Hessie Jones

Trey Pennington, whose sudden passing has shocked many people, was one of the true instigators and thought leaders that devoted their time and energy in helping shape what we all know as social.

Is the iPod slowly dying or not?

By Ted Kritsonis

The iPod will undoubtedly go down in history as an iconic device, and forever be tied to the astonishing success Apple has enjoyed over the last decade, but it’s also been in decline in the last few years. Is it slowly fading away into the history books, or has it just evolved into other devices and services we’re already taking for granted?

What’s Coming in Windows Phone Mango

Text and Photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla   Microsoft’s Windows Phone has been around for ten months now and is primed for a huge update. Codenamed Mango, looks to meet Apple and Google’s mobile offerings head on.

Ten computer security tips for back to school

By Tim Teatro

It’s that time of the year again boys and girls! While we’re all caught up in the excitement of orientations, buying textbooks and decorating dorm rooms, it is important to give some thought to security. It only takes a little bit of time and care to ensure that you don’t become an unlucky statistic. Here are ten tips to keep yourself safe from common disasters that I see each year as a university TA.