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Schools Must Stop Technophobia

Patrick Kissel, Reporter

September 16, 2019

Cell phones and schools are two things that generally do not mix well. Each school year, teachers and administrators craft new, creative ways to attempt and regulate cell phone use out of fear that they may cause distraction or d...

Germany’s Electric Truck Charging Highway

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

May 23, 2019

Germany has opened a six mile stretch of highway that can charge hybrid delivery trucks, that will allow the trucks to run on electricity for a while, before diesel fuel kicks in. “Once this is in development with Tesla ca...

Samsung Galaxy Fold Recall

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

May 23, 2019

The Samsung Galaxy Fold is being recalled and sales have been cancelled due to many problems with the phone cracking. “It's a nice concept, but who really needs a phone that folds?” junior Brennan Higgins said. When the...

PlayStation 5 Early Details

Josh Calloni, Reporter

May 8, 2019

Sony has released early details about the fifth release of their popular gaming system, the PlayStation. Sony kicked off their release by announcing the PS5 will have cross compatibility, meaning all games on the PS4, will ...

Tesla Driverless Taxi Service

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

May 8, 2019

Tesla is developing a new chip for driverless car systems that Elon Musk predicts will spawn a fleet of Tesla taxis that will drive themselves. “Driverless taxis would be amazing, but computers can not adapt to every situation...

New 16K Television Released by Sony

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

April 30, 2019

Sony has created a 16K television screen. This screen will be four times bigger than the 4K television screens that have been recently introduced to consumers, according to the BBC article “Sony creates a colossal 16K screen in ...

The Universe is Expanding Rapidly

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

April 30, 2019

The universe is expanding faster than expected, astronomers may need new physics to to incorporate onto theories on how the cosmos work. The new study was published April 25 in The Astrophysical Journal.  “Astronomers a...

M-87 Black Hole

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

April 23, 2019

Black hole’s have never been photographed until Katie Bowman took a picture of the Messier 87 black hole on April 10. “The picture of the black hole is amazing, and is a great achievement for everyone involved,” fresh...

The Future of Technology: Ray Tracing

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

April 10, 2019

Ray-Tracing has potential to be the future of computer graphics, from video games like Battlefield V, to car design with BMW. Ray tracing is a rendering technique that allows the graphics processing unit (GPU) to trace the path of...

Volvo Limiting Top Speed

Hayden See, Reporter

March 19, 2019

Volvo is limiting the top speed on their newer car models. The top speed will be 112 miles per hour, according to Volvo. The company is implementing the rules in an effort to improve the safety of their drivers. They are implementing...

SpaceX Dragon Launch

Nolen Cooper, Reporter

March 19, 2019

SpaceX made history again when they launched the first commercial flight to the International Space Station (ISS), while also having a successful return and landing. “I can’t wait for this to become a standard vacation, like w...

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