Tag: technology

Warner Bros Launches Streaming Service

By: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 It is clear that the future of content delivery is streaming. On Sept. 15 Warner Bros. threw their hat into the ring with the Beta launch of DC Universe, their own streaming service. With the launch of this new platform we wanted to take the plunge and find out

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Grant makes new teaching technology possible

By: ALLISSA CORAK Staff Writer @Allissa Corak An annual grant makes the idea of teaching with new gadgets a reality for professors and faculty at IU South Bend. IUSB Instructional Technology Consultant Daniel Janicki said the SEED Grant Teaching for Technology, up to $1,000 per semester, is available to instructors for the exploration of new

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Technology’s evolutionary impact on the world of gaming

By: CHRISTINE GIVER Columnist It is amazing to think back to the early 90s when “Super Mario Brothers 3” seemed revolutionary compared to the days of Atari—and at the time it was. Yes, I said Atari. I owned one before it was considered old or vintage. It was pretty revolutionary for its time too, but

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Feeding the beast: Facebook Paper and the problem with digital feeds

By: DYLAN LEMERT Columnist Earlier this month, the folks at Facebook released what they called, “A fresh, new look for News Feed.” The social media behemoth’s once much-maligned real-time update of posts, photos and general interactions has since become a staple in the decade (can you believe it?) since Facebook had its humble start in

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Sony, Microsoft, and the all-in-one promise

By: DYLAN LEMERT Staff Writer Though I’ve never been a hardcore gamer, receiving at Christmastime circa-1998 my first-ever videogame console (that turn-of-the-century wonder known as the Nintendo 64) will forever be a pivotal moment in my life. Not because I still revere the N64 the same way I did when I was seven years-old (I

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