Tag: iPhone

Putting The Phone Down For Once

Cell phones are one of the most advanced technologies people have ever had. A cell phone can be a replacement for many...

“I Can’t Come to Class Today, I’m Sick”

With winter in full swing so are colds and other illnesses on college campuses. With communal restrooms and small living quarters, sickness...

5 Ways To Spend Your Holidays Technology-Free

Written and media by Maggie Schoepke. Now that finals are over and school is out of the way, students and teachers find themselves more freed...

Shtuff Cubed Podcast #11: Pop Tarts!

The boys visit the pop-tart's 50 year anniversary, the next Steve Jobs movie, apple products and more! Tweet us at: #GCShtuffCubed

Podcast #1 We don’t have a password!!

Hey everybody! Get ready for a new season of podcasts with new hosts! There's a rocky start, but they get the hang of it. :) [audio http://ist.greenville.edu/var/www/papyrus/podcast/cubed1.mp3] Summary: The new articles in the Papyrus, Upcoming FAFSA due date, The Lego Movie, Flappy Bird, and more!

An Apple A Day: iOS 7 and iPhone 5S review

Revolutionary. Advanced. Progress. Flawless. These are normally buzzwords when selling an idea to a massive audience. You want to be able to sell your product to the consumer and in turn, keep them coming back for more. Apple has been at the forefront of these buzzwords. Ever since the introduction of the iPod, Apple has been going full steam ahead into the technological realm, creating better and faster ways for college students to get distracted from homework.

Thumbs are Talking: Addicted to Texting

Written by Kristin Minshall. Remember house phones? It is strange to think that landline telephones have become almost obsolete. Think back to the days where you...