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Intel Announces $1.3 Million ‘Make It Wearable’ Challenge

Intel Announces $1.3 Million ‘Make It Wearable’ Challenge

Aspiring engineers and inventors take note: Intel has challenged you to create the future of wearable devices, and wants to give you some serious cash to make it happen. Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel, announced the ‘Make it Wearable‘ challenge during his keynote address at CES 2014. Intel is looking to foster innovation in this ...

HackCollege at CES 2014

HackCollege at CES 2014

I’ll be on the ground at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show January 7 and 8 to bring you the latest and greatest gadget news. I’ll be working with Intel as part of the company’s blog ambassador program, but will be taking a look at all the show has to offer — including the latest smartphones, ...

Get $5 Worth of Free Credit from Amazon’s Android Appstore

Get $5 Worth of Free Credit from Amazon’s Android Appstore

Amazon’s Appstore for Android isn’t limited to just Kindle Fire tablets. The company’s Google Play alternative can be downloaded and used on any Android device, and it’s a good time to do so. Through December 28, Amazon is offering $5 worth of free credit to anyone who downloads the Amazon Appstore and installs an app ...

Meet the State Representative Who’s Still in College

Meet the State Representative Who’s Still in College

While many students struggle in their job search, one Mississippi student is having no such trouble, becoming the youngest person elected to the state’s House of Representatives. Related: Finding a Job That Inspires You Elected at just 21 years old, Jeramey Anderson, a senior at Tulane University‘s Biloxi campus, was sworn into office in Mississippi’s 110th ...

Harvard Bomb Hoax Crafted by Student to Avoid Finals

Harvard Bomb Hoax Crafted by Student to Avoid Finals

Many students wished for a few extra days to prepare for finals, but only one went to an extreme to make sure he’d get them. Federal prosecutors revealed Tuesday that Monday’s Harvard University bomb threat was a hoax by an undergrad looking get out of taking final exams. Harvard sophomore Eldo Kim sent an anonymous ...

The 5 Best Cyber Monday Tech Deals (2013)

The 5 Best Cyber Monday Tech Deals (2013)

For those of you who hate the lines and potential dangers of Black Friday, Cyber Monday is the next best thing. You won’t have to throw any small women or children out of your way to get to deals, and you can shop from the comfort of your couch, psychology class, or even the bus. ...

5 Reliable Alternatives to Do.com

5 Reliable Alternatives to Do.com

The Internet, digital clouds, and services such as Do.com have really opened the door when it comes to working with many different people remotely on one project. It is vital to be able to share ideas and tracking progress via digital communications. New companies are always coming on the scene and old ones fall by ...

Study Break: Emerson to Temporarily Rename School After Ron Burgundy

Study Break: Emerson to Temporarily Rename School After Ron Burgundy

If you’ve missed our coverage of offbeat college news, you’ll be happy to know we picked the right story to cover. Schools often honor famous people for their social contributions and inspiring lives, but rarely do we see any honoring fictional characters. Boston’s Emerson College will soon be doing just that, though, renaming its communications ...

Google Launches the Nexus 5, Starting at $349

Google Launches the Nexus 5, Starting at $349

Google’s latest flagship phone, the Nexus 5, is available now on Google Play starting at $349 with no contract. There weren’t any of the commercials or big marketing campaigns that we see from Android phone makers like Samsung and HTC,  but that’s because Google doesn’t need to sell you on how amazing the Nexus 5 ...