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October 19, 2012

Two weeks ago, C Spire Wireless rolled out 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) data services in 31 Mississippi markets, including Oxford.

Two weeks ago, C Spire Wireless rolled out 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) data services in 31 Mississippi markets, including Oxford.The company’s launch allows C Spire customers in the Oxford-University community to enjoy signal strength and speed up to 10 times faster than the previous 3G technology.
C Spire customers must own 4G-ready devices to utilize the new service, however. The 4G LTE service is compatible with a number of devices offered on
C Spire’s network, such as the Apple iPhone, the Motorola Photon Q and the Samsung Galaxy S III.

October 8, 2012

After the recent bomb threat hoax at Lexington Pointe in Oxford, University of Mississippi officials are working to see that students have complete access to emergency guidelines.

After the recent bomb threat hoax at Lexington Pointe in Oxford, University of Mississippi officials are working to see that students have complete access to emergency guidelines.
Some students feel safe be- lieving the campus will be able to handle it in any way.
“Nobody is ready for a bomb threat, but I believe the campus and the students would be able to follow the directions pretty well,” said Ian Ford, a political science sophomore.

October 6, 2011

After seven years of battling pancreatic cancer, Steve Jobs has died at age 56, leaving behind a legacy of technological innovation and imagination for generations to come.
Fans and followers are mourning the passing of the Apple visionary and founder of one of the most successful businesses in the world with memorials and testimonies, often created with devices that Jobs invented.
Personally, my mother has often mocked that we should have bought stock in Apple long ago, with the numerous iPods, iBooks, iPhones and so on that have wandered through our house.

April 13, 2011

The 21st century is clearly the technology era.

The 21st century is clearly the technology era.

We are constantly inventing new products that change the way we live. If we are not actually inventing new products, we are engineering older products to make them bigger and better.

Naturally, living in a very progressive time, we have a desire to look directly at what could be, not what has been. Arguably since the New Deal of Franklin Roosevelt, we Americans have become accustomed to thinking in this manner.

While it might not seem logical, this is steadily becoming a problem.

April 6, 2011

This week I want to give a rundown of the iPad and iPad 2 and whether or not it is worth spending the rest of that sweet financial aid disbursement check on.

The iPad
This week I want to give a rundown of the iPad and iPad 2 and whether or not it is worth spending the rest of that sweet financial aid disbursement check on.

February 21, 2011

When you hear the word “app” as it relates to cell phones, you normally first think of Apple’s App Store.

When you hear the word “app” as it relates to cell phones, you normally first think of Apple’s App Store.

Apple has created an extremely successful, if not the most successful, application marketplace to date.

While many competitors have tried to emulate Apple in this regard, they fall short of the sheer number of applications available and the intuitiveness of Apple’s App Store.

February 21, 2011

When you hear the word “app” as it relates to cell phones, you normally first think of Apple’s App Store.

When you hear the word “app” as it relates to cell phones, you normally first think of Apple’s App Store.

Apple has created an extremely successful, if not the most successful, application marketplace to date.

While many competitors have tried to emulate Apple in this regard, they fall short of the sheer number of applications available and the intuitiveness of Apple’s App Store.

February 7, 2011

The iPhone is no longer exclusive to AT&T.

The iPhone is no longer exclusive to AT&T.

Starting Feb. 10, those with Verizon as their service provider will have the option to purchase an iPhone. This is a large step for Apple and the mobile phone community.

For those who have complained (myself included) of poor AT&T service, we now have some form of respite. Already AT&T is jockeying to steal and/or keep iPhone customers.

September 28, 2010

My apologies for the hiatus in writing, I’ve been settling into my life here in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

My apologies for the hiatus in writing, I’ve been settling into my life here in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

September 14, 2010

Those traveling on the Oxford University Transit (OUT) buses will notice some new features on the buses in the near future. 

 

Those traveling on the Oxford University Transit (OUT) buses will notice some new features on the buses in the near future. 

 

June 8, 2010

Earlier last Spring semester, I wrote on Apple’s new magical and revolutionary product, the iPad. Now, I want to talk about the company’s next mystical and all-powerful device: the iPhone 4.

 

Earlier last Spring semester, I wrote on Apple’s new magical and revolutionary product, the iPad. Now, I want to talk about the company’s next mystical and all-powerful device: the iPhone 4.

 

June 8, 2010

“This changes everything. Again.”

 

 

“This changes everything. Again.”

 

With Apple introducing the new iPhone 4, its sales slogan says a lot.