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Decoding Blockchain

Decoding Blockchain

Carolina Diaz

December 15, 2018

In the market for drugs? You might want to think outside the box for this one. Read More »

Gaming in Color

Gaming in Color

Jeremy Julian

December 5, 2018

Video games as forms of entertainment are believed to be tailored more toward white males. Read More »...

Ready or Not, Virtual Reality is Here

Margaret Karleskind tries Virtual reality for the first time. September 27th, 2018. (Francisca Velasco/Xpress)

Antonio Dos Santos Lau

November 5, 2018

Imagine having the ability to visit any place in the world that you wanted. Not only that, but imagine being able to get there in a matter of seconds. No hassle of having to book a flight and then sitting through a grueling plane ride across the world. What if, on your next lunch break, you were able...

The Rise of Competitive Gaming

The Rise of Competitive Gaming

Jeremy Julian

October 3, 2018

On August 5, twenty-year-old Dominique McLean, also known as SonicFox, won the first ever Dragon Ball FighterZ championship at the Evolution Championship Series 2018. The long-running fighting video game tournament, known as EVO, is also the most notable competition of the genre. Players from all ar...

Downloading the Future

Downloading the Future

Boone Ashworth

July 24, 2018

Glimpses of the Future Last March, inside a warehouse on Pier 28 in San Francisco, a rift in space-time shattered the very fabric of reality, challenged every law of modern science, and catapulted the future of the world in strange new directions. Sort of. It was Worlds Fair Nano, a biannual expo...

Data Mining: The New Gold Rush

Data Mining: The New Gold Rush

Naomi Rachel Outlaw

April 5, 2015

Photo via Arbeck of WikiMedia Commons   Data and the insight it provides is power. Simply look at the rash of privacy breaches that struck the NSA, Target, iCloud, Samsung and the United States Postal Service to see what most organizations consider private. Data is growing exponentially, and no...

Amazon Launches Handyman Service

Reuben Deveras

April 4, 2015

Amazon launched a professional handyman business called Amazon Home Services last Monday. It works through a simple three-step process on their website. You can start by browsing a multitude of services ranging from iPhone repair, car stereo installation, music lessons, and even goat grazing. Yo...

New App helps pay for college

Tami Benedict

March 31, 2015

College is great. You meet new friends, get away from home, and live new life experiences but along with all that also comes the enormous debt you pile on semester after semester when you actually attended college. Some of us are lucky, we have great paying jobs which makes it easier to afford col...

Instagram introduces new app

Collage making just got a lot easier. Photo by Tami Benedict/ Xpress Magazine.

Tami Benedict

March 24, 2015

Instagram is at it again, slowly trying to become the best photo app ever and destroying the competition while they’re at it. Today Instagram released a new app called Layout which makes it easier for you to create a photo collage but includes much more than that. Layout also allows you to mirror im...

The Buildable AR-15

Credit: David Henry

Colin Blake

March 19, 2015

Photos by David Henry   A gun is fired once the trigger is pulled, causing the hammer to hit the firing pin, which strikes the primer that ignites the smokeless powder, thus twisting the bullet down the barrel's rifled interior, and onto its intended target. But in this instance, the gun, a...

OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood Review

OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood Review

Michael Leri

March 17, 2015

Platforms: PS4, Playstation Vita Release Date: March 3, 2015 The first OlliOlli was the perfect arcadey skating game. Plain and simple. Nailing kickflips and crooked grinds was a sublime way to pass the time before bed or while pooping. A long list of increasingly difficult challenges and huge array of...

Forget about your selfie stick

Forget about your selfie stick

Maria Bruun-Schmidt

March 13, 2015

Photo by Maria Bruun-Schmidt / Xpress Magazine   Film your exercise with a flying go pro! A drone has just left the ground. It's rising with steady speed while singing like a gigantic bumblebee that also has characteristics of a drone. In San Francisco, Dolores Park is turned into a spin...

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