By Kyra Louie, Staff Writer @beammeupkyra We’ve all had those nights where you drink a little too much and throw out embarrassing drunk selfies and text people you’re not supposed to. Who would have ever thought that there would be an app to fix that? Well, now there is. The new app called Drunk Mode is […]

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By Christine Kelly, Staff Writer @teenykelly Today, Martha Stewart released a line of 3D printable home products along with designs and colors for these products. What is 3D printing? Without going too into depth with the science behind it, the process is essentially building a virtual design and then creating a 3D object layer by layer. Although […]

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By Shivani Patel, Staff Writer @shizupates Remember back in high school when you did extensive Google searches to solve elaborate math problems? Remember those sketchy tutoring services online you signed up for just so you could figure out a problem? Those days might very well be over with the creation of PhotoMath, an app that […]

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By Olivia Deng, InBusiness Editor @oliviadeng1  What comes to mind when you think of “hack”? The word may have negative connotations – intrusion, invasion and theft. However, “hack” has also acquired a new meaning, one that is less associated with illicit activity and more associated with exploration and innovation. HackBeanPot. HackMIT. HubHacks. Masshack. Boston, a city with […]

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By Katrina Uy, Blog Editor @katreenz After months of speculation, leaked photos and so many rumors you’d think you were back in high school, Apple officially revealed three new products releasing this fall on Tuesday afternoon. Just like last year, Apple announced not one, but two new phones, dubbed the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 […]

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By Jacob Carter, Staff [email protected] This year marks the 50th anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair. The event introduced a number of technological innovations to the general public. It is interesting to see how several inventions acted as precursors to today’s technology, while others are still the objects of science fiction. One device […]

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Chris Lisinski, Staff Writer @chrislisinski When 3D printing technology first grabbed headlines, most consumers were wondering what the future held. Now, finally, the day of salvation is near: We will soon be able to print chocolate. Legendary chocolatiers at The Hershey Company have teamed up with 3D Systems to develop the candy-printing system, according to […]

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By Max Cohen, Staff Writer @not_maxcohen Stoking the nostalgia of the middle-aged masses everywhere, Samsung has impressed with its recent Galaxy Gear advertisements. The commercial focuses on the product’s inherent nostalgia, cycling through the smart-watch’s uses in variety of classic TV shows and movies. The seemingly unattainable device of tomorrow’s world is finally here. In […]

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By Lauren Dezenski, Staff Writer @LaurenDezenski Is it bad that I want to preface every single blog post with the statement “I HAVE SURVIVED”? Like it’s a somewhat novel idea that I’ve made it yet another week in this strange little island country that has like…10 different names. Okay that’s not true, it’s only four […]

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