San Jose’s Cavendish And Making Mobile Tech Smaller

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It’s weird and conceptually difficult to think about size limitations in smartphones. After all, the numbers involved in making them are nearly impossible to think about. For example, a typical processing chip for a smartphone, say the iPhone 6, has over a billion transistors (the physical component that allows it to “think”). A billion of […]

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Save Us: Taking Back Texts

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I was one of the last people in my group of friends to get a smartphone, and before that, I still had a limited amount of texts on my monthly plan for my flip phone. These factors, combined with small buttons, my persnicketiness with grammar, and clumsy thumbs, meant that each text on that flip […]

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How To Avoid Common Notebook Problems

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Computer terminology changes in weird ways which we sometimes don’t recognize until the new terminology is already part of our lexicon. Think about it: there was a time, not too long ago, when you could ask someone to “Google it” and they’d be confused. Another example of that is “Notebook.” At one point I wasn’t […]

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