U.S. Supreme Court ruled correctly on warrentless cellphone searches
Staff reporter Stephen Green agrees with the U.S. Supreme Court that warrantless cellphone searches are a violation of individual privacy.
DigiTalk: The art of mourning
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DigiTalk: Voting efforts should be se much easier
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DIGITALK: Kids should be introduced to technology when they’re young
When I was around 5 or 6 years old, my mom and I were driving back to our house when I had an incredibly serious question for her.
“Mom, I don’t think you’ll ever be famous,” my cold-hearted self said, “But when you get rich, can you buy me a computer?”
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Cool apps, websites for Thanksgiving holiday
Although it seems that supermarkets seem to have forgotten Thanksgiving and skipped straight to Christmas, I haven't. Neither have several developers that came up with some simple yet helpful websites and smartphone apps that will come in handy on Turkey Day.
Craziest things to happen on social media
Anyone who’s used social media for any length of time can tell you that their connections can post things that are nonsensical and sometimes just outright annoying. But they couldn’t top some other, sometimes tragic, posts.
Tips to stay safe online
Using the Internet without knowing the proper ways to protect your self is like a kid playing with his dad’s gun. It can hurt not only you, but potentially the people around you.
Parents can't fall behind on technology trends
Unfortunately, Christmas gifts aren’t the only reason parents need to keep up with the latest in technology.
An Xbox One – the latest in the line of the Microsoft consoles – is one star in a universe. Technology and therefore technology behaviors change roughly every six months.
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