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Apple may go into the electric car business

WrittEn by Carlius Williams, Staff Writer In recent decades, Apple has been very important to the American tech industry and a leader when it comes to the U.S. economy. Apple has led many companies in terms of research and development. The company has even innovated the whole cell phone industry. Apple’s ground breaking apps are top-notched and—with the recent popularity ...

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Drugs & Data: Biannual education survey monitors student drug use, perceptions on VSU campus

Written by Carlius Williams, Staff Writer Every two years, Valdosta State University’s Office of Alcohol and Drug Education conducts the Core Alcohol and Drug Survey to get the pulse of the substance abuse climate on our campus. The results are used to identify trends and provide information on how to best channel awareness/prevention efforts. In addition to VSU-specific data, the ...

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Highlight it, send info to computer, done

Written by Carlius Williams, Staff Writer Wouldn’t it be cool to have a highlighter that sends what you highlight directly to the computer? Well Scanmarker has made this product available. Scanmarker makes it so students, lawyers, researchers, and anyone else can highlight text and have that material sent to their computer. This highlighter recognizes various different types of texts from ...

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Ditto app lights up tech life

Written by Carlius Williams, Staff Writer Ditto is the brainchild of inventor Robert Bye and a fellow colleague.  This concept design is very simple with a mirror that attaches to the top of your laptop and allows your webcam to view and record what is in front of you. It is a great product for students, because they can record ...

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