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Top Five iOS 8 Features

Michael Leri

September 9, 2014

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 another chapter in the long list of yearly improvements that Apple has promised its faithful user base, all of which range from "meh...

Stretch Out The Stress

November 18, 2013

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 to one’s body from cramming for hours on end, banging away on a keyboard, jacked on caffeine, hunc...

Is Apple just phoning it in?

Is Apple just phoning it in?

Agnes Mogstad

October 14, 2013

The newest iPhones could be the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end. It’s 12:30 a.m. at night outside of Stonestown Galleria. There’s a line of people lined up against the wall bundled in warm jackets and blankets. It’s the coldest part of town, and it feels like it. Josh Rufino is...

New concerns over cell phone radiation

New concerns over cell phone radiation

Xpress Mag Staff

September 25, 2013

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 some of my colleagues on staff, and immediately someone interjected “I thought that got debunked years ago.” And that was pretty much the end of it....

Mayhem Comes to Los Santos

Xpress Mag Staff

September 20, 2013

By Justice Boles Grand Theft Auto V came out this Tuesday, and it’s probably the most important game release of this generation. Few games will be as accessible to so many as GTA V, and even fewer carry the same weight. Players can look forward to spending hundreds of hours ripping through Los...

Wii U Experience

February 11, 2013

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 Wii U Experience is all about. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8qjIT_boQo

Turn of a Page, Click of a Button

October 24, 2012

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 fingers rubbing against two pages to separate them; the quick flipping between pages to get to a certain spot in the book. These are...

Instagrammers of SFSU

Instagrammers of SFSU

October 24, 2012

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, techies, or smart phone geniuses to appreciate the zillions of photos to explore on Instagram. There...

A Technological Pursuit

September 24, 2012

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 an urban legend. Just behind the Safeway supermarket, a pair of railroad tracks stretch onward, inviting those who enjoy ghostl...

Page Against the Machine

Xpress Mag Staff

April 18, 2012

Written by Victor M. Rodriguez @vrod18 Walking in from the busy streets of the Mission, the ambient smells penetrate the nostrils and carry a familiar coffeehouse scent. The perpetual shelves squeezed tightly together display books, from the latest to the greatest. Either by curiosity or as...

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