Written by Michael Leri Apple has conditioned us every year to not only anticipate and salivate over a new phone, but a new operating system as well. iOS8 marks yet Continue Reading
Written by Thomas Figg-Hoblyn Photos by Ryan Leibrich It’s that time of the semester again Gators –research papers, essays, finals – cramming. But it’s time to consider the damage done Continue Reading
The newest iPhones could be the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end.
Written by Thomas Figg-Hoblyn Photo by Ryan Leibrich Recently I brought up the idea of writing a story about the dangers of using a cell phone because of radiation to Continue Reading
Rockstar rivals Hollywood budgets with most ambitious release yet.
Video: Kenny Redublo Music: 8 BIT PROJECT – Birthday Eve Xpress writers Jennifer Sandoval and Charlene Ng venture to the Fort Mason center in San Francisco to see what this Continue Reading
Words: Emily Gadd Photos: Jamie Valaoro The smell of freshly bound books filling the air of a bookstore; the yellowed pages of old books in a library; the sound of Continue Reading
Words by: Erin Browner Maybe it’s San Francisco’s love for the fusion of technology and photography, but Instagram is becoming a favored sharing platform. Users don’t have to be photographers, Continue Reading
Words: Jennifer Sandoval East of San Francisco past Pleasanton lies the small city of Livermore. The city is normally quiet and quaint, but at two in the morning it holds Continue Reading