Snapchat: Does it Really Disappear?

If you’ve ever used Snapchat before you’ve most likely known that all media sent and received disappears after the alloted time set by the sender, right? Well, Buzzfeed has found out a hack that allows those recieving to view the videos forever. So how’s this happening?

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Instagram “reverting” T.O.S.

Instagram received a lot of feedback from their users and independent news groups disagreeing with the new changes that were to be made to their Terms of Service [TOS]. After receiving this heat from their users, Instagram reconsidered the change and released this statement: [quote type=”medium” align=”left”] “Because of the feedback we have heard fromContinue reading “Instagram “reverting” T.O.S.”

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NCAA Football 13: Game Review

    Continuing my previous posts of; “NCAA Football 13: Innovation or Needed Renovation?” and “NCAA Football 2013: An Insider’s Look” I’ve decided to do a review after 5 months. NCAAF13 was one of the most anticipated releases of the year and in my opinion one of the largest changes users have seen since theContinue reading “NCAA Football 13: Game Review”

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NRA’s silence on the WWW

Before beginning this post I’d like to personally express my condolences for those involved [in any way] with the tragedy that struck the town of Newtown, Connecticut. One of the highly discussed topics during these difficult times is the statements of different organizations against “unnecessary” gun limitations and the ones that believe they are necessary. As ofContinue reading “NRA’s silence on the WWW”

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Snapchat [App Review]

Everyone’s heard of Snapchat, right? Well, it’s currently in the top 25 running of Apple’s Most Popular Apps list and it’s a huge sensation in teenagers as of late. Snapchat allows you to take a picture, draw on it &/or place text on it, select an amount of time (1-10 seconds) that the receiver canContinue reading “Snapchat [App Review]”

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Holographic Steve Jobs Raps From The Great Beyond In This Parody Video

Unfortunately, today’s Apple iPhone 5 press conference did not feature a Steve Jobs hologram showing off Apple’s new iteration of it’s insanely popular smartphone line, but that didn’t stop the folks at Mondo Media from releasing a parody video with a Jobs made out of protons and force fields

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