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A promotional image from Meta showing users interacting in one of their virtual worlds, courtesy of Meta Platforms, Inc. (2022)

Why Facebook’s Metaverse Will Fail

Chitvan Singh, Staff writer December 12, 2022

Recently, the company Meta, previously known as Facebook, has been aggressively pushing their new “Metaverse:” a virtual reality simulation where users play games and perform activities in a digital...

Why is Technology Used Against Us, and How it Can be Stopped

Greg Chapman March 18, 2020

With the ever-changing digital age, ways to seize certain technology to do very illegal deeds are growing at an alarming rate. People have found ways to capitalize on weakly coded tech to either spy on...

Google Blog

Google Chat seeks to revolutionize the way you text on Android

Eric Kim Jr., Staff Writer May 10, 2018

Google Voice. Google Hangouts. Google Allo. All attempts by the team over at Android made to change the way Android users communicate with one another. However, these attempts have found little return...

Was James Damore right?

Was James Damore right?

Eric Kim Jr., Staff Writer April 9, 2018

When news regarding the controversial Google memo broke in the August of 2017, I felt that commentary regarding female representation in the technology world, especially in Silicon Valley, had become far...

The fight for net neutrality

The fight for net neutrality

Eric Kim Jr., Staff Writer December 1, 2017

Exactly a week and one day ago, the United States celebrated the annual, national holiday of Thanksgiving, a day of gratitude for the things we generally take for granted. Millions of Americans sat around...

Tech Tips Tuesday: the Flash… Player on Chrome

Eric Kim Jr., Staff Writer October 31, 2017

Do not fear! Lambert Tech Tips are finally here! After a couple of week's hiatus, I felt it was about time to bring these lifesavers back online. Today's topic? Enabling Flash Player on your favorite browser. Recently,...

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Artificial intelligence will (not) end the world

Eric Kim Jr., Staff Writer September 15, 2017

Perhaps saying that humanity has taken a liking with seeing the end of the world is not the best way to put its fascination for dystopian societies, post-apocalyptic scenarios, or doomsday events into...

Olivia Sullivan is one of the many students who utilize Lamberts library. Which do you prefer: paper books or e-books?

Paper Books Vs. E-Books

Thia Haney, Staff Writer September 1, 2017

The way we read has evolved over time, from hand-written stories on papyrus parchment to the first ever printed press in 1440. Needless to say, books are much different in the modern world. Technology...

Tech Tips Tuesday: What is lost will be found

Tech Tips Tuesday: What is lost will be found

Eric Kim Jr., Staff Writer August 31, 2017

There is not a single moment more frustrating than being unable to find that one file you’ve been looking for within the file explorer. Amid the hundreds of files saved in that one folder of yours, you...

Ten percent of all drivers 15 to 19 years old were involved in fatal crashes due to distractions.

Driving under distraction

Skylar Aledia and Christine Park January 24, 2017

As more unexperienced drivers take over the road, one of the main leading causes for car accidents is road rage. For many drivers, the road may be an outlet to let out their anger; drivers have been found...

Real Friends

Real Friends

Kathryn Raynor, Restident Artist March 7, 2016

The Future is Now: Highlights from 2016s Consumer Electronics Showcase

The Future is Now: Highlights from 2016’s Consumer Electronics Showcase

January 18, 2016

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