Monthly Archives: October 2013

Project Ara by Motorola: Making Modular Smartphones a Reality

As I was browsing the web recently, I came across this article. I remember not too long ago there was a similar idea to make a phone that is open hardware. A little over a month ago, Harsh wrote an

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Week 5 ILE

This week, Harsh and I did not progress on our ILE. Unfortunately, we were caught up with other help desk related work and MassCUE.

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New App Utilizes the iPhone’s 5c Case

When Apple first unveiled the iPhone 5c case, I was surprised that they put holes in the back. If Apple uses less material by putting holes in the case, they use less material and can spend less money on cases.

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Week 7 Reflection

In the beginning and end of the week, I primarily worked on finding articles to write about, my Socrative post, and my Individual Learning Endeavor. On Wednesday, I went to MassCUE with Nathan, Ronak, Xin, and Mrs. Scheffer at Gillette

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Week 4 ILE

Finally, Harsh and I started cracking on our project. We created a temporary site under a free web host and started making icons for the site. So far we have made 4 of the 5 icons needed for the site.

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Week 6 Reflection

Throughout the week, I worked on my Socrative post. Although it is not finished yet, it is close to being finished. I also started working on my ILE with Harsh. Surprisingly, most of the week was spent working on our

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GitHub going “lighter and brighter”

Github, the code collaboration powerhouse, has recently made their platform “lighter and brighter.” The layout changes are also complemented by other minor changes GitHub has made. ¬†They improved the UI by adding a list of past commits on the left

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