Ask any of the dancing hipsters in Apple’s newest ads, and they’ll tell you: tablets are cool. Ask them why and they might explain that tablets are super portable (though anything larger than the 7” Kindle Fire really isn’t), that access to hundreds of thousands of apps means you’ll neverContinue Reading

As a generation, we live our lives online. We are always connected and always sharing, seemingly giving little thought to the enormity of the information we send out into the ether, but the numbers are staggering. Twenty-four hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every single minute, while approximately 250Continue Reading

No student is a stranger to stressful workloads and tight deadlines; both seem to be well-established pillars of the “college experience.” Between classes, student organizations, internships, jobs and social lives, most of us are running on borrowed time. Fortunately the web is home to a multitude of free tools forContinue Reading

I guess you could call me an Apple enthusiast. I regularly update Twitter and Facebook from my iPhone, and I use my Macbook Pro to do schoolwork, manage my fantasy football teams and keep up to date on, well, the next series of Macbook Pros. My iPod is never farContinue Reading

For years we’ve used Facebook to update our friends, families and “the hot chick we met at that one party” with anecdotes detailing the minutia of our day-to-day lives. Favorite movies, places to eat, quotes out of context (inspirational or otherwise) and relationship statuses all delivered separately can seem unimportantContinue Reading

Apple founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs, died tonight at age 56. Apple’s official statement: CUPERTINO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– “We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today. Steve’s brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. TheContinue Reading