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China Bans Sale of iPhones

China Bans Sale of iPhones

Jason M., Co-Editor in Chief

January 8, 2019


Filed under Features

A court in China recently granted a preliminary injunction against tech giant Apple banning the import or sale of older models of iPhones. The same court banned Micron Technology, the largest chip-maker in the US from selling its products in China. The ban does not include the iPhone XS, XS Plus, and XR....

Should the Government Fund More Money Into Technology?

Should the Government Fund More Money Into Technology?

Donald C., Reporter

December 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Technology is everywhere. Whether it is a nearby device or created by a device, it is still all around. In the U.S., more and more new technology is being invented and created. The U.S. is considered one of the world’s most technologically advanced country as exciting and useful devices are popping ...

Cancer Healing Nanoparticles

Cancer Healing Nanoparticles

Colin M., Reporter

June 6, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

For years cancer has been one of the most deadly diseases known by mankind. Even worse, while we have ways to treat cancer, we have no idea how to cure it. That's where nanoparticles and nanotechnology might save the day. Nanotechnology is around one hundred to ten thousand times smaller than human cells....

What is a Space Pen?

What is a Space Pen?

Aaron K., Reporter

June 6, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

The Fisher Pen Company was founded in 1948 by a retired astronaut, Paul C. Fisher. The fisher space pen, also known as the zero gravity pen, is a special pen that allows people to write in outer space, underwater, and in extreme temperatures. The Fisher Space Pen has a lot of uses in many occupations...

Are Robots Taking Over?

Are Robots Taking Over?

Jayden L., Reporter

June 5, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

We use machines and experience the differences robots and automatons have made in our daily lives. We can see the obvious effects of automation in our everyday lives, from robots in factories, to landing airplanes. These robots are slowly becoming more and more sophisticated. Robots used to work in factories, doing repe...

Do Video-Games Cause Violence?

Do Video-Games Cause Violence?

Zach W., Reporter

May 24, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Since 1992, 3D first-person shooter (FPS) video games have been a huge hit with teens and adults. The games’ fast-paced and incredibly imaginative style have proved to be a massive hit with the younger generation, but there is one problem with these games that has our society split...violence. In al...

Samsung’s Future Phones

Samsung’s Future Phones

Jason M., Reporter

May 23, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

For a long time, tech giants have been experimenting with folding screens. LG is working on a folding phone and a foldable TV and Huawei claims it has a “working” foldable phone. In fact, LG released a rollable TV. Way back in 2011, Samsung showed off a clunky prototype of a folding phone. Samsung's n...

What is the 4th Dimension

What is the 4th Dimension

Aaron K., Reporter

May 23, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

Most people are familiar with the 3rd dimension that we live in. All objects have a length, width, and height, and can be measured in all three dimensions, no matter the object. For 2 dimensional figures, objects have a length and a width, but not a height. In 1 dimension, the only objects that are able ...

Fortnite Changes Video Game Industry

Fortnite Changes Video Game Industry

Nathan L., Reporter

May 23, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

Many people know of Fortnite:Battle Royale, one of the most popular new games of 2018 . It went from simply beta-testing for the game, to a record-breaking game with over 40 million players around the world, and it still continues to grow at a rapid pace. When Fortnite was first released, it was origin...

Cas 9 and Crispr

Cas 9 and Crispr

Jayden L., Reporter

May 23, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

Targeted genome editing is a way to change the genome of an organism. This type of technology can change the lives of many. Targeted genome editing is the process of changing the genetic code of an organism. This technology can help genetically modify organisms and fix genetic disorders. There have b...

Mars-One

Mars-One

Faith Q., Reporter

May 9, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

As seen in the title, the Mars-One mission is all about Mars. The project strives for a human settlement on Mars in the near future. They already have their very own calendar of events, and everything all precisely planned out. Currently, the missions are being prepared, and astronauts are being select...

Biobot That Could Save Lives

Biobot That Could Save Lives

Colin M., Reporter

April 24, 2018


Filed under Science & Technology

This butterfly could save lives, and it isn’t even alive. Scientists at Southeast University in Nanjing, China created something called a “bio bot.” It looks like a butterfly, and is made of Hydrogel, iridescent nanocrystals, and a layer of rat heart cells. The nanocrystals have properties simil...

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