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Mace & Crown | April 28, 2015

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Technology &Gaming Archives * Mace & Crown

The Five Best Retro Consoles

April 24, 2015 |

By Ross Reelachart Assistant Technology Editor

Video games have come a long way, both as a culture and as an industry. From humble beginnings as simple home computers-in-a-box as a childish diversion, video games have grown to be one of … Read More

Snapsolve Eases Homework Woes

April 17, 2015 |

By Rashad McDowell

Technology Editor

Difficult homework assignments, meet your match. On April 14, the creators of StudyRoom, the world’s largest social network of college students collaborating on assignments and tutoring, released a new app called Snapsolve. … Read More

Tech Breakdown: What is 4K?

April 17, 2015 |

By Ross Reelachart

Assistant Technology Editor

In the 1980s, the display resolution of televisions and computer screen topped out around 640 x 200 pixels, with other common resolutions of 320 x 200 pixels or even 160 x … Read More

Five Technology Stories You Might Have Missed

April 9, 2015 |

By Rashad McDowell

Technology Editor

Technology and the news surrounding it, changes at a rapid pace in this day and age. What’s hot and fresh day can be taken as obsolete, stale and out dated in the span of a … Read More

The Unexpected Benefits of Hacking

April 9, 2015 |

By Ross Reelachart

Assistant Technology Editor

Late last year on November 24, Sony Pictures Entertainment was the target of a massive breach in security when a group calling themselves the “Guardians of Peace” hacked into the Sony network and released … Read More

Archive What I See Now

April 4, 2015 |

By Rashad McDowell

Technology Editor

Most people don’t think about what happens to websites that they no longer visit. It’s taken for granted that the internet is eternal, a place where information thrives and lives without end. That’s not really … Read More

Conversations in Tech: Autonomous Machines, Dependent People

April 3, 2015 |

By Ross Reelachart

Staff Writer

Early February this year, the Federal Aviation Administration approved and released a set of regulations that would allow the general public to own and operate small remote-controlled flying machines, colloquially known as “drones”. These regulations … Read More

Nintendo hits hard with April 1st Nintendo Direct

April 2, 2015 |

By Noah Young

Digital Content Manager

After the announcement last week that the Zelda game on Wii U was delayed with no new release window in mind, Nintendo needed to fill the void with the April 1 Nintendo Direct– and … Read More

Fire Emblem Triumphantly Returns at Nintendo Direct

April 2, 2015 |

By Noah Young

Digital Content Manager

On April 1, Nintendo held their second Nintendo Direct of the year. Contained in this direct were two new Fire Emblem trailers.

One was the for the Shin Megami Tensei/Fire Emblem crossover originally announced … Read More

Major Smash Bros announcements from Nintendo Direct

April 2, 2015 |

By Noah Young

Digital Content Manager

Nintendo took the internet April 1st for their second Nintendo Direct of the year. Featured in the direct was some big Smash Bros. news.

First is that Mewtwo will be released on April 12th … Read More

Cyber Defense Bill Passed in Congress

April 1, 2015 |

By Rashad McDowell

Technology Editor

In strong showing of bipartisanship, both chambers of congress passed a bill that will put the future of America’s cyber defense in the hands of electronic consumer giant, Apple. The bill was proposed by House … Read More

The Sea Slice, and Other Military Hardware for Sale

March 29, 2015 |

By Ross Reelachart

Staff Writer

In a time of recession, everyone is trying to save a few dollars here and there or trying to find the best deal they can to make the most of what they do have. For … Read More

Battlefield Hardline: Lots of Explosions Leave It Tone Deaf

March 25, 2015 |

By Ross Reelachart

Contributing Writer

There are eight heavily armed criminals in a warehouse. They are not guarding anything in particular, but they do stand between me and the door I need to get to. They are all minding their … Read More

Dr. Nelson, Chronicler of the Web

March 25, 2015 |

By Rashad McDowell

Technology Editor

Back in 1981, Michael Nelson went into a Circuit City with $300 he’d saved up. He had one prize in sight, an Atari 400. Nelson’s purchase would be a defining one, one that would change … Read More