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Bluetooth Speakers

by Bea September 3rd, 2015
Bluetooth speakers can be extremely handy speakers to have around. In my opinion, the less cords you have around, the neater your area looks. Bluetooth speakers might not have the best quality sound in the world, but to the average listener, a good quality Bluetooth speaker will satisfy your
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Mobile Apps Track Your Every Move – Good or Creepy?

by Jessica B. August 27th, 2015
I recently downloaded the app 'Moves' as a way to improve and motivate my workouts, and it got me a bit curious about some of these tracking apps, that run while you are mobile - their advantages and their disadvantages. Are mobile tracking apps a way to invite big brother into your home or are they a great way to track your movement and see what your day and your exercise look like?

Moves - This is an app you
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Students’ Free Speech Rights Curtailed

by R. Carnavale August 20th, 2015
As students get ready to return to high school and college, secondary school and higher education administrators around the country threaten to limit students' First Amendment rights to free speech in online social media outlets. In addition to the National Security Agency monitoring students' online activities on popular email sites and social media sites like Facebook, local school administrators are monitoring students' online activities as well, and they often punish students without just cause.

Just ask Pat Brown, a high
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  • MixBit for iOS

    by Scott Lindemann August 13th, 2015
    Last week AVOS Systems, led by YouTube co-founders Chad Hurley and Steven Chen, launched a new app in the iOS App Store. The app, MixBit, is a social video app that allows users to create dynamic videos out of 16 second clips, or "bits." These clips are stored as separate files, but they are played seamlessly once integrated into a project.

    In addition to adding a unique layer of
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  • PowerPot

    by Bea August 6th, 2015
    I like to take an unplugged approach to my overnight backpacking trips. I rely on maps rather than use the satellite images on a cell phone to navigate. I would rather enjoy my fellow backpackers' company, or nature's company, than try to log on to Facebook. Plus, there usually isn't any cell phone service up in the mountains anyway.

    However, if you are someone who enjoys being able to use
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  • 3 Best Summer Festival Apps

    by Mackenzie M. July 30th, 2015
    Summer is festival season across the United States, and people everywhere are setting off to festivals in extremely rural areas. Luckily, the makers of smart phones have released a series of apps that are geared toward these festival goers and road trippers. These apps will help with packing, navigation, and overall fun at the festival. Below are the three best of these apps.

    Stow. This handy app will help with
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