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Google Says ‘No’ to Stadia-exclusive Games

Nolan Ross, Staff Writer February 20, 2021

In 1998 my family had a big Macintosh with an eggshell-white monitor case and tower a tad shorter than my 3-year-old person. It could play “Myth: The Fallen Lords,” the 1997 release from Bungie, the...

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Google Arts & Culture provides new frontier for art

Ridge Ren, Staff Writer February 2, 2018

With exhibitions from “The Famous Faces of African Heritage House” to “Zoom into Rembrandt,” the Google Arts & Culture app covers the gambit on visual arts and cultural artifacts from around...

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Equifax faces federal legal repercussions, case of corporate carelessness leads to hack

Roman Raies, Staff Writer September 22, 2017

On Sept. 7, Equifax, one of the three major credit reporting bureaus, reported a data breach of their customer information. Hackers reportedly responsible for the breach have access to information such...

Confederate controversy continues

Annie Fullwood, Staff Writer September 4, 2015

A flag is oftentimes considered the core of a country’s identity. Whether or not the Confederate flag is part of American identity is still under debate. Since the shooting at the Emanuel African...

News in Brief

Rishab Revankar, World & Nation Editor October 4, 2013

Brussels, Belgium The appearance and operations of the world’s most popular search engine may be in for a slight change. According to Agence-France Presse, Google and the European Union are settling...

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