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With many celebratory events like St. Patrick’s Day and spring break approaching, police forces are likely to increase the number of officers on duty and patrols to increase safety. Included in this is an increase in traffic checkpoints, where people are tested for their blood alcohol content.
The 88th annual Academy Awards were held on Sunday, and people have been talking about the results ever since. Notably, a large number of the films nominated for awards used computerized visual effects, including “The Revenant,” “Ex Machina” and “The Martian.”
As the world becomes more aware of the environmental impacts of greenhouse gasses, researchers are finding more efficient ways to harness alternative energy.
Cryptocurrencies remain true to their namesake — cryptic.
In an email sent to all Rutgers University students last month, the Department of Emergency Services issued a temporary ban on all “hoverboards," according to The Daily Targum.
Over Winter Break, Rutgers saw its networks besieged by two separate Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. In previous years, articles said the networks had been “hacked,” but in reality, hacking is a very different type of attack.
Two Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks disrupted network services over Winter Break, according to statements by the University’s Office of Information Technology.
Apple products have been at the forefront of revolutionizing how consumers look at and use technology, and this year was no different. The latest iteration of the iPhone brought consumers a new way of touch screen manipulation in the form of 3-D touch, which is a capacitive sensing layer.
A couple of weeks ago, I was listening to an episode (647: Hard Work is Irrelevant) on NPR's podcast Planet Money about the phoenix-like life of Netflix and why it persevered over the years. While the story of Netflix was interesting, the overarching theme of the episode is what stuck with me — the idea that the amount of work that you do is secondary to the results.
YouTube's going after Spotify, Netflix and Twitch all under one service.
If you've been following phones and technology as much as I have, you probably know that this year has been a frustrating year for most phone reviewers, including Marques Brownlee, CNET, Android Authority and TechnoBuffalo.
TL;DR: If you're a college student interested in an iPhone and are looking to save $100 or more, you won't feel left behind with the iPhone 6.
In what sounds like an adult version of “Jack and the Beanstalk,” I tried magic sauce. Predictably, I didn’t wind up the owner of a massive plant splintering the sidewalk. Instead, I wound up face-to-face with a computer that knew more about me than some of my friends did.
Many may find it fitting that the Spring 2015 edition of HackRU culminated on the 50th anniversary of Moore's Law.
Photo Illustration | Kelsey Mulgrew, a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore, writes in the LiveScribe Dot Paper notebook with the partner LiveScribe pen issued to her by Rutgers’ Office for Disability Services to help her with her Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).
Photo Illustration | Student Kelsey Mulgrew holds the LiveScribe pen and the pen’s companion notebook.
From childhood, Kelsey Mulgrew’s teachers suspected that there was more to her incessant chattering than just being bored during math class.
Photo Illustration | Apps such as Periscope and Meerkat, which only emerged a few weeks ago, start live-streams that followers can watch in real time.
While attending a concert, many people want to share their experiences with friends using their smartphones, to take photos, record videos and add content to Snapchat Stories. With all of these options to choose from, many can become overwhelmed.