Out of the Rumor Mill, Into the Market: On the Lookout for Apple’s iWatch

Alison K. Lanier The much-awaited Apple iWatch finally has a release date, according to MacWorld UK, alongside many other excited and speculating articles across the tech sphere. With waves of wearable tech on the horizon, from Google Glass to Avegant Glyph, the iWatch is not by any means lonely on the smartwatch battlefield. Samsung’s Galaxy [&hellip

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Fast Food Buddy helps you Dip while you Drive

Paloma Basilio Fast food chains are constantly growing because of the high demand from consumers. Fast food has become the way that a lot of Americans get their food. The rapid growth of these fast food chains regularly makes national headlines. We live a fast-paced life where there is little time to do the things [&hellip

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Home, James: The Bright, Friendly Face of your New, Self-Driving Google Car

Alison K. Lanier Google’s endeavors to propel its consumers into the Star Trek age with, for instance, the newly-commercial Google Glass are yet again seeking to change how consumers see the world around them. This time, though, the company’s driverless car will be—fingers crossed—changing how the consumer moves through the Google-mapped world. The car’s first [&hellip

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Meditation around the World: New Research on Old Traditions

Bobby Miller At its core, meditation involves deep concentration to achieve tranquility and insight. In the 1960s, Americans usually associated the practice with hippies, who openly acknowledged meditation’s connections to Eastern religions. However, in the 1970s, medical researchers began examining the therapeutic effects of meditation, such as stress relief. According to Adiba Osmani, who dubs [&hellip

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Wellness Series: Live in Harmony, not Conflict

Carolyn Hoy Wellness.com defines wellness as “the awareness of our true potential, reliable information, healthy living, expert care and the lifelong pursuit of a more successful existence.” More generally, it is “the state of being healthy” in all aspects of life. What are those aspects that make up healthy? The National Wellness Institute outlines six [&hellip

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Keeping Drinks Cold Without Watering them Down with Yeti Packs

Paloma Basilio Some drinks are more enjoyable when they are icy cold, but the reality of a drink staying cold is slim. Ice waters-down flavor and melts fast especially in hot conditions. Drinks stay cold in the fridge, but eventually you need to take it out and have a few minutes of a truly cold [&hellip

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How Google Car will Change the World

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Improve Your Pet’s Separation Anxiety With iCPooch

Iris Hunter The countdown is over for pet owners who are eager to purchase the only device that will allow them to video chat with and feed their pet at any time and from anywhere in the world. iCPooch, an invention created by 14-year-old Brooke Martin that allows pet owners to stay connected with their [&hellip

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Avegant Glyph: X-Men Aesthetics in Private Gaming

Alison K. Lanier The age-old problem of awkward eye contact on a packed commuter train, early in the morning or at the end of a dusty tired day, may have finally been resolved. The folks at Avegant, a Michigan-based company, catapulted their vision into a prototype via Kickstarter and are on their way to making [&hellip

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Help Students Exert Extra Energy with Bouncy Bands

Paloma Basilio One thing that really aggravates teachers is when they are in the middle of lecturing a class and a student will not sit down, causing disruption to the learning of other students. The solution is Bouncy Bands, which are a way to keep students engaged in the lesson as well as allowing them [&hellip

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