As most of you guys probably already know, I’m currently a business student at Temple University majoring in Management Information Systems. However, I wasn’t always an MIS major. I came in as a freshmen pursuing a profession in Accounting. I took two classes in high school and as much as I hated it, I knew the salary would be nice and the job would be secure so I decided to stick with it. After taking two mandatory accounting classes and the intro class for my major, I eventually switched because of how poorly I was performing. Following that, I switched to International Business for my spring semester sophomore year and after taking the intro class for that, I realized that it was too broad of a major and I would need to double up. I decided to drop that and spend the rest of the summer asking upperclassmen and researching what I should do with my life. As a prospective junior, I needed to make my decision quick so I don’t waste any more time and money. Luckily, by the start of my junior year I made the switch to MIS and it has been the greatest decision of my college career.
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Just two days ago, Apple officially rolled out iOS 10 to a slew of the company’s devices. However, the release didn’t go as smoothly as planned as some devices were buggy and others were bricked. Luckily, Apple quickly resolved the issue by releasing a patch and it is now no longer a problem for us to consider. Since then, my phone has been running smoothly so here is my initial reaction , 2 days later! Continue reading “iOS 10 Reaction! 2 Days Later!”
With Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, demand has already been high and the company has noted that the Plus models will start shipping in 2-3 weeks. However, the regular model is still set to ship by September 16th, the day the devices officially launch. Apple will be sure to set record sales numbers again as popularity increases and more people are relying on the Cupertino company’s devices for their everyday needs.
In yesterday’s announcement, the Cupertino based company talked about it’s latest update to it’s wearables line-up. They talked about the company’s special partnership with Nike and the re branding of the name. Information regarding all the features, prices and when you can purchase it will be found below! Continue reading “Apple Watch Series 2! Pre-order now!”
After being on the market for the past 3 years, Sony has unveiled a newer and more powerful PS4, called the PlayStation Pro. While it’s not necessarily ground breaking, it does contain a few hardware tweaks that are bound to enhance your experience. Continue reading “PlayStation Pro Announced!”
With business comes ethical issues and behind-the-scenes transactions, in this case the Cupertino company has been doing business with Ireland for more than 10 years due to the low tax rate compared to other countries. That being said, the European Union has requested Apple to pay them in $14.6B in taxes that were not paid. Continue reading “Apple Forced to Pay $14.6B to EU”
With the announcement of the new Fitbit Charge 2 and Flex 2, I thought it would be “fitting” to write my review of the first generation Charge HR. As the price will most likely decrease, some people may consider choosing the older model over the new one, and because of that I wanted to share my thoughts on it. Continue reading “Fitbit Charge HR: Review!”