Tech & games
In a dynamic technological landscape driven by constant innovation, the old Western saying, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it", may go against your natural instincts.
Studying large amounts of data can help with everything from revision to job searches. To help those taking the DSE feel more confident about the English exam, computer students from the Institute of Vocational Education (IVE) have developed an award-winning app which helps students identify which...
Many people enjoy lots of different hobbies. Some like to walk their caged birds in a park every day or collect first day issue stamps, while others spend their time painting their phones pink. Photography, on the other hand, is a more complicated, expensive and sophisticated hobby to take up.
Lego used to be a toy, a model-building hobby. But these days, says one local Lego lover, it's become more of an item to make money.
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A smartphone claims to have 16GB of storage, but the user interface can occupy more than half of that memory. There are more than enough free apps on the market, but we don't have unlimited storage. If you can't give up your games and entertainment apps, you need to be picky when choosing apps...
If you think the iPad is used only to play games and surf the internet, think again. It is actually an efficient and useful tool for both teachers and students.
Call of Duty: Ghosts (CoD) and Battlefield 4, the much-awaited multiplayer games focusing on war and first-person shooting, were released late last year and have fired up gamers' passions.
The newest game console from Microsoft is slated to hit local stores sometime in 2014 but Young Post got a sneak peak of the latest features last week.
Every time a new Grand Theft Auto is released, it usually gets equal amounts of praise and criticism. The action-adventure game's state-of-the-art graphics ...