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From Tinder to Thrill to Grouper and Grindr, dating apps are some of the most popular social developments to hit mobile devices in recent memory.
People are too reliant on their gizmos, and young adults believe it’s dehumanizing their interactions.
The city of Gainesville has become animated with the opening of the Anime Art Museum.
Game shops throughout Gainesville are preparing for Nintendo’s global release of Pokémon X and Y, slated for Saturday.
Few people think lining up clay pots and smashing them indiscriminately with the force of a bowling ball is an art form. Well, if you happen to be one of the people who desire violence against all pots, you’ll find that and more at the UF Art Bash.
The Gator Robotics Club intends to refit and rebuild a 7-foot humanoid robot.
Summer 2013 was the “coolest” since 2009, according to the National Climatic Data Center August 2013 Climate Report.
Rockstar Games recently released the official trailer for Grand Theft Auto V, the newest iteration into Rockstar’s crime-oriented open-world franchise.
Are your wallets feeling particularly heavy? Do you find yourself holding too much money in your pocket and need a way to be rid of this extra weight? Well fear not my friend! Steam’s annual summer sale has begun, sending a veritable summer avalanche of discounted games for you to sink all of that disposable income into.
A few weeks ago was the Electronic Entertainment Expo, one of the largest trade fairs in the computer and video game industry. E3 was an opportunity for many of the major companies in the game industry to reveal news of their most anticipated releases, including a first look at Sony’s PlayStation 4, a trailer for the new Super Smash Brothers game and substantial information regarding software support for the Xbox One.
Apple revealed the first look of its redesigned iOS 7 at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference. The new iOS included a number of design changes and a different look and feel to the previous iOS.
Last month, Microsoft revealed the Xbox One, its newest iteration into the Xbox home console series. Its reception? A short hurrah for news regarding release later this year, followed quickly by a great deal incoherent rage and expletives as Microsoft revealed a number features that have much of the gaming community shaking their heads and typing in all caps on message forums.
In the past few months hordes of tech lovers and hardware developers have been frothing with liquid excitement over the development of Google Glass. The pools of which have only coalesced in volume since the release of the new hardware into developer beta testing – for the mere price of $1,500 of course.
For many people summer break is a time to find jobs, work internships or just to run out to the beach and engage in all manner of recreational activity.
It’s barely been six months since the release of Apple’s iPhone 5, but already people across the spectrum of media have been bouncing news and speculation toward the next iPhone. Emerging from an endless sea of rumor and prediction comes more rumor and prediction regarding its release date.