The Apple World Wide Developers Conference keynote wrapped up this Tuesday and there is a lot to share. Between OS updates, product launches and some hilarious videos , we weren’t sure where to start. In the coming weeks, we will be sharing news of OS launches, but we’re starting with the new products coming to the store.
Check out the exciting updates below:
*We will continue to update this post and our Twitter feed as updated products arrive in store*
MacBook and MacBook Pro
Iterations coming to MacBook pro and MacBook include...
As we get ready for a new semester and new year we’ve been thinking about our resolutions. Tech resolutions to be specific.
Aligning the way we should use technology with the way we actually do can be as wishful as our other more lofty resolutions. Whether you want to become more secure online, maintain a better life balance with your tech or just make a good new habit, we know it can be harder than it looks. This year we’ve put together a few small ideas that can make a big difference; and some tips to make them stick...
The pitches are complete, votes have been tallied and we are excited to announce the recipients of our 2016 Student Project Grants. We will be sharing the progress of the recipients throughout this semester and next. In March, our winners will be back to present about their progress and share their successes.
Take a picture of a sign in Spanish, see a translation on your phone. Take a photo of a sign in Arabic, not so much. The visual translation feature of Google Translate is infinitely useful, but unavailable for non-Latin languages. To fill...
At their October 27 event Apple® dropped quite a few big announcements, the largest of which was MacBook Pro®.
We’ve taken a look at the updates and given you a quick overview of the changes coming to the MacBook Pro lineup in store.
Speed and Battery
MacBook Pro also features a ten-hour battery life, 130% faster graphics, and up to 3.8GHz of processing. This means you can do lightning speed work for longer. Whether that means editing a video for class in Final Cut Pro® or gaming with your roommate.
We were thrilled to see all of the changes coming to the Apple® lineup during their September launch. In the excitement over the waterproof Apple Watch® and AirPods you may have missed it – iPad® changed too.
These sleek devices have been growing in popularity as an alternative to the traditional college laptop and we can see why. They are light, convertible and surprisingly powerful. Below we have outlined some of the changes coming to the iPad selection in store. Call us or visit for more information and check out our...
28 hours of four square? Not only is that a world record, but its one held by Zach Weisberg, our TechHUB staff member. We’re continuing our series of interviews with TechHUB and Zach has a whole lot more than just four square to share.This week we got the chance to talk to him about the future of Coin Card, his favorite thing about TechHUB, and the secret of finding a good study spot on campus.
Laptop or tablet? Apple or PC? MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. When Tech questions keep us up at night we turn to our Tech Hub employees. We are starting a new series of interviews with these tech savvy students who will share their insights into what’s new in tech, what they are interested in on campus, and where they see technologies going in the future.
This week we spoke with Alex Bungabong, and got to ask him about his experience with TechHUB, what’s new in technology and his advice to all the new incoming freshman.
It’s a Laptop, it’s a tablet, it’s a laplet? Tabtop? We’ll just stick with calling it Microsoft surface. This versatile computer goes from laptop to tablet in a snap, has high functioning digital pen capabilities, and connects seamlessly to your other devices. It can go from group project meetings, to art class, and still help you cram for that midterm you totally forgot about.
Surface is #New2osu this summer, and we’re pretty excited about it. Check out Surface and see which model is right for you:
Missed the conference? Don’t know what a WWDC is? We have you covered.
Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference kicked off in San Francisco this Monday. This week long conference centers around developers and allows them to work with Apple engineers to refine their code, interface design and more. At the beginning of the WWDC they released a variety of updates to Siri, Apple watch, and a new iOS for Mac. Check out some of the highlights from the keynote address:
A new mountain-themed operating system has been released with a whole host of new features....
If you’ve ever watched a spy movie and dreamed to donning your own pair of smart glasses, that future may be nearer and more covert than ever before. This month Samsung has been approved for a South Korean patent (link is external) that takes smart glasses to a new level, shrinking the technology onto a contact lens.
The lenses equipped with cameras and sensors can be controlled with the blink of an eye. Promising to be less clunky and disruptive than the failed Google glass, these lenses could make the experience of augmented reality content...