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Brittany Goetting

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Brittany first became interested in technology when her dad showed her how to play Diablo II. She is an early-American/Canadian history Ph.D. student and is concerned about incorporating technology into the humanities and digitizing historical resources. When not writing tech news or trying to save old documents from falling into pieces, you can most likely find her playing with her rescued Saint Bernard-mix, Freckles. 

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After a scuttled attempt on Saturday, SpaceX just successfully launched and landed the Falcon 9 at NASA’s historic Launch Complex 39A. Their current mission is to resupply the International Space... Read more...
Do you kiss your mama with that mouth? Twitter has implemented a new policy where it is temporarily limiting the reach of those who violate its abusive behavior policies. The new protocol comes at a time when Twitter is revising its abusive content... Read more...
Apple recently revealed that its 2017 Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) will get underway June 5th in San Jose, California. Many anticipate that Apple will announce iOS 11, as well as macOS 10.13. It is expected that roughly 6,000 people will... Read more...
Do we need a “digital” Geneva Convention? Microsoft certainly thinks so. The corporation’s Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith recently argued that a digital Geneva Convention would potentially be able to... Read more...
Everyone loves a discount, especially when that discount ranges in the millions of dollars. Verizon is reportedly trying to reduce the $4.83 billion USD price tag for Yahoo, Inc. by $250 million. The... Read more...
The “leaked” photo of Magic Leap’s prototype “PEQ0” may just be all smoke and mirrors. Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz claims that the leaked photo is of a test rig they use in their office, not its rumored AR product. Abovitz tweeted that the photo... Read more...
Is Elon Musk secretly working on a race of Dr. Whovian Cybermen? The magnate recently argued at the World Government Summit in Dubai that human beings would need to merge at least slightly with... Read more...
You might want to think twice before sharing pirated material through Google Drive. It was recently confirmed that Google Drive warns users when the material they are sharing might violate its terms of service. Previous statements from Google... Read more...
Magic Leap’s mythical mixed reality hardware was just recently spotted in a leaked photo. The photo comes just a week before an important board meeting that could make or break the mysterious company’s future. First off, who is Magic Leap? The... Read more...
What do you collect? Rare stamps? Falcons fans’ tears? How about classified national defense documents? Former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Harold Thomas Martin III was recently indicted... Read more...
Diamonds are the traditional tenth anniversary gift, but Apple reportedly has a little something different up its sleeve. Apple is planning on releasing a tenth anniversary iPhone 8 with an OLED display and it will likely cost upward of $1,000... Read more...
Are video games right now not fulfilling your insatiable need for speed? Hold on to your (mechanical) horses. BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. and Slightly Mad Studios announced that Project CARS 2 will be available in North America at the... Read more...
It’s about to get pink all up in Pallet Town. Niantic just released some love-themed updates for Pokémon GO in honor of Valentine’s Day. The limited-time celebration starts today and ends on Wednesday, February 15th at 2pm EST. Don’t worry about... Read more...
The battle against fake news is being waged not only in North America, but on the European front as well. Google, Facebook, and a group of French news media outlets recently launched initiative “Cross Check” to squash fake news in France. The... Read more...
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