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Drones Infiltrate Daily Life

By Henry Parrott April 11, 2014

In the past, military research and development have resulted in immeasurable impacts on consumer technology. From the Internet to GPS, technologies that have radically changed human society have stemmed...

Getting Fully Charged

By Henry Parrott March 28, 2014

In the United States, we aren’t very good with energy conservation. Our first instinct when we feel cold is to crank up the heat, and we complain about anything short of climate perfection. We leave...

Facebook Knows What’s Up

By Henry Parrott February 28, 2014

In the last decade there has been a movement away from communicating via SMS, which we call texting. Although unlimited texting plans are universal in the United States, in other countries, rates for texting...

Mind Control: Making Science Fiction a Reality

By Henry Parrott October 18, 2013

Consumer technology has seen incredible improvement and innovation in recent decades. From room-sized computers capable of only simple tasks to a smartphone in every pocket, the true scope of technological...

Apple Recaptures a Slice of the Pie

By Henry Parrott September 27, 2013

Earlier this month, Apple announced the long-awaited iPhone 5S. For the first time in the company’s history, they also released a second phone at the same time: the 5C. Designed to compete witharchrival Samsung...

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