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Beginning this fall, every new student in the BFA program at Philadelphia’s Moore College of Art & Design will receive an iPad preloaded with all the art and design apps needed to bring their education into the tablet age. Moore College is a women’s visual arts school founded in 1848. Its mission states: Moore is committed to adapting to the [...]
Tech and gaming geek have revelled this past week over the mind-boggling Kickstarter success that the creators and developers of the Android-based Ouya have created. The campaign had asked for $950,000, and they ended up getting $8,596,475 -not bad. So what is it with this newly-proposed console that has earned such an over-whelming reach of support? Well, it’s not very [...]
The Protean Echo may very well be the future of credit cards. It looks like a flashy platinum card, but it’s oh so much more. With this card and a smartphone, you can leave your bulky wallet behind. The Echo has the capability to function as any card you own in just a few simple steps. Scan your cards using [...]
We've all seen Steampunk console controllers before, but there's something about this subculture that doesn't get old. eBay seller, trioxin kustoms has created a disgusting-looking Xbox controller.
A group of students from Boston’s Northeastern University have built a robot with an antenna array mounted on top of it. It’s basically a mobile hotspot that can keep extending its network by dropping repeaters. Essentially, it’s a reconnaissance thread-driven robot with a deployable Wi-Fi network. It’s all part of a science project called Capstone Design Program lead by Glen [...]
Project Glass made an extreme entrance into Google's I/O Conference with wearers skydiving, rappelling, and BMXing, proving that Google, with its ability to make even super-awesome extreme athletes look like geeks, is the world's greatest innovator.
As a young tech enthusiast I envisioned Car Messaging, a system that would allow drivers to communicate. The world skipped from car phone to cell phone to smart phone before I could bring my vision to life, each innovation bringing persecution for its behind-the-wheel use. 110 million Americans own smartphones. If they’re anything like me, they’re not going to put [...]