Prisoners of interior design.


Last week at the at the 2013 Milan Design Week, the art group Cibic Workshop along with the Comodo organization invited the skilled incarcerated from a high security prison in Italy to present their prototype for Freedom Room. Continue reading


Smells like Movie Spirit


Finally, after countless years of waiting, our prayers have been answered. We are about to be graced with the reinvented, and hopefully perfected, smell-o-vision. 4DX technology has promised to entertain us with its cinema of sensory overload in addition to the usual visual stimulation that has kept the local movie house from going under. Continue reading

Wearable technology and its future as more than just a fancy gadget.

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Headphones: a more accessible example of wearable technology.

If you have had any interest in recent technology news, and considering the fact that you are reading this then I am assuming you have heard more than enough about wearable technology. Continue reading

A News Analysis: The BlackBerry Z10

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In this news analysis three articles written about the release of the new BlackBerry Z10 will be examined. The news was covered internationally, nationally and locally, therefore each article shows the different ways in which information is interpreted and portrayed by the media. Close attention will be paid to the structures of agenda setting, priming, framing and objectivity. Continue reading

Woo-Hoo, Ducktales are back!


Yesterday in Boston at PAX East, CAPCOM announced that they are planning on reviving their classic 1989 videogame Ducktales. Ducktales Remastered will be released sometime later this year on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii U, for $14.99. The new updated game has been developed by WayForward, the same wizards of videogame who brought us Adventure Time, Contra 4, and Mighty Switch Force. Continue reading