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Student’s Attitudes Towards Journalism

     EUGENE, Ore.- All students are using social media today but only 40 percent said they will follow links on social media sites to news according to a survey of underclassmen. Today, consuming news online and on social media … Continue reading

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How College Students Gather News

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The iPhone 4 Problems

By Virginia Rice iPhone 4 signal fault leaves Apple ‘stunned’ Page last updated at 14:38 GMT, Friday, 2 July 2010 15:38 UK By Daniel Emery Technology reporter, BBC News http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/10490572.stm Daniel Emery’s article “iPhone 4 signal leaves Apple ‘stunned’” on … Continue reading

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AppleGoo

Three years ago at the annual MacWorld Expo, Eric E. Schmidt,   the chief executive of Google, and Steven P. Jobs, Apple’s co-founder presented the iPhone. These two collaborated to create the iPhone what it is, especially when the iPhone uses … Continue reading

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Media Analysis – Information Overload

I was reading an article on the New York Times’ website today, “When Phones Are Just Too Smart,” that was about how many iPhone owners are simply overwhelmed by the bevy of apps (numbering up from 140,000) available to them. … Continue reading

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“There’s an app for that”

There was a recent article published on The New York Times website about the immense amount of iPhone apps. An individual can choose from over 140,000 different apps, but of course as each week goes by more and more are … Continue reading

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