App of the Week: LinkedIn

By Awais Qazi College is not only a place for students to get a well-rounded education, but it is also a place where students can, and should, make strong connections that will help them in…

Website of the Week: DegreeWorks

Awais Qazi Well, it’s a new semester and it is time to get back to work. Back to the long nights and countless hours of studying. If you are anything like me, you are probably…

App of the Week: Spotify

By Awais Qazi Unfortunately, Syllabus week has come to a close and it is time to get back in the groove of college life. This includes countless hours of reading, studying, and also struggling to…

Cheating in the time of the Apple Watch

Sarah Umer, contributing writer   When the Apple Watch came out earlier this in 2015, it was advertised to give a more unique, hands-on approach to the iPhone. In the past, the only way to…

CES Round UP: What Innovations to Expect from…

Awais Qazi 2015 was huge year for innovation in technology. We started to see amazing things conceptualized and implemented, such as autonomous (self-driving) vehicles, smart watches, and 4K displays. With all of these unfathomable and…

NJIT’s second annual Hackathon surges in popularity

By Stephen Chan, Executive Editor Challenging. That is what the Association for Computing Machinery’s Vice President Eduardo Preciado thought about the second annual Hackathon. The event, which is a group project development based competition, is…

Website of the Week: Amazon

Amazon is one of the largest online retailers in the entire world. They sell everything from socks to socket sets to computers to televisions, etc. They have even expanded over the past year, by adding…

IBM Watson Healthcare

Watson and Healthcare As I was watching the US Open Men’s Final between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic there was an advertisement that stood out. It was an advertisement for IBM Insights. The message of…