In an era where technology has picked up speed and maintained momentum thus far, it’s easy to feel like you aren’t in control. Knowing that by using apps and websites you are essentially giving up personal information and forsaking your privacy, people can perceive themselves as simply data points for tech companies. However, it’s imperative […]

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Apple made some major announcements in their Keynote presentation on Sept. 12 in the new Steve Jobs Theater. Among them was the announcement of the iPhone 8, Apple’s latest iteration of their ever popular iPhone line. Except, it isn’t really their latest iteration. That title would belong to the iPhone X, announced just shortly after […]

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Apple has been dominating and straight-up running a monopoly over the electronics market. With the advent of the first iPhone nearly a decade ago, it’s safe to say that Apple founders have changed the world. However, with great power comes great responsibility, and I’m not sure how well Apple leaders can read between the lines. […]

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Last week, John Stumpf, the CEO of Wells Fargo, stepped down following the discovery that he created 2 million fake accounts under existing customers without their consent. About 5,300 workers were laid off and these employees blamed this scandal on their ridiculously stringent sales target. Disappointingly, this kind of practice is not foreign in the banking world. […]

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We all know the struggle of not being able to connect to a network, or the torture of watching Apple’s spinning wheel of death. In a time when most people can’t go a full hour without their phones, losing your Wi-Fi connection can leave an individual lost and confused. However, with the right alternatives, this […]

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Apple never fails to evolve and lure in millennials, making itself a more relatable brand by the minute. The new and improved plethora of iOS emojis are not only more lit than our Friday nights, but now they also promote gender equality. Apple has taken a politically correct step by adding gender-fluid professions to its […]

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Dear Apple, Your devoted customers have stuck with you throughout some of the questionable changes you’ve made to your iPhone models (case in point, the new “Lightning” charger introduced for the iPhone 5 back in 2012). We have had blind faith in your products and trust that you know our needs and wants more than […]

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It is impossible for any student in college to have not heard about the legal tussle between Apple and the Federal Bureau of Investigation regarding gaining access into the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone. Apple rightfully argued that creating a backdoor for one phone essentially made it a master key for all other iPhones to be […]

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If you have ever had a job interview before, then you are probably familiar with the anxiety that kicks in while you are preparing. I mean, you do everything you can to calm your nerves: You do plenty of research and run through all the questions you can possibly think of the night before to come […]

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Georgia’s legislature approved a bill, called HB 757, which allows faith-based organizations to deny services and make employment decisions based on a “sincerely held religious belief,” according to The Washington Post. The bill has measures to protect religious leaders from being required to perform same-sex marriages and individuals from being forced to go to these […]

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