Zappos and #nextootd: Improving Customer Service with Personal Online Shopping Tools

Zappos and #nextootd: Improving Customer Service with Personal Online Shopping Tools

Instagram has become a way for fashion mavens to get inspiration from other users, designers and models. #ootd is a popular hashtag ...

Mesh Networking is the Future of Cellular Innovation

Mesh Networking is the Future of Cellular Innovation

Flashback to the first Carrier Dome showdown between Syracuse and Duke. I was hoping to find a friend sitting in the lower ...

YTS Replaces Popcorn Time as ‘Netflix for Pirates’

YTS Replaces Popcorn Time as 'Netflix for Pirates'

For regular, everyday people, the go-to TV and movie-watching service is Netflix. But, for techies who stay in the know and refuse ...

Move Over Flappy Bird, 2048 is the Hot New Game

Move Over Flappy Bird, 2048 is the Hot New Game

Simple. Addicting. Frustrating. These three words are what constantly go through my head when I am playing the latest hit game, 2048. ...

Coca-Cola Freestyle: The Marriage of Coca-Cola and Informatics

Coca-Cola Freestyle: The Marriage of Coca-Cola and Informatics

Some weeks ago, I walked  into a diner looking for some food. After buying the food I was motioned to get drinks ...

Zappos and #nextootd: Improving Customer Service with Personal Online Shopping Tools

Zappos and #nextootd: Improving Customer

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Mesh Networking is the Future of Cellular Innovation

Mesh Networking is the Future

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Move Over Flappy Bird, 2048 is the Hot New Game

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| April 3, 2014

Songza’s Latest Update Suggests Music To Match Weather

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If you aren’t familiar with Songza, now is the time to get acquainted. The New York City based startup has grown increasingly popular over the last two years, and is starting to become more of a recognized brand within the tech scene. The service aims to provide music for every mood. Users arrive at the → Read More

| April 2, 2014

Pinterest Gets Hacked, Instagram Features #BabySuiting, And More: Social Media RoundUp

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Editor’s Note: The Social Media RoundUp is a weekly feature of Information Space. Has something been a little off about on your Pinterest account? Some users have reported experiencing a recent hack that will fill up boards with several weight loss ads that are almost exclusively images of women’s butts. A Pinterest representative spoke out about the comical, → Read More

| April 1, 2014

Fast Forward Winners to Pitch Ideas On Chancellor’s Inauguration Day

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Kent Syverud will be inaugurated as the 12th chancellor of Syracuse University on April 11. As part of this special day, the Chancellor asked for an event that would showcase student ideas from across the university.  Students were asked to submit video proposals to show off their ideas for making the university, or larger community, → Read More

| March 31, 2014

5 Tips and Tricks for Surviving NAB

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Last October, myself and fellow Information Space blogger Brad Slavin made a video about the NAB Show. With April quickly approaching, we want to pass on some of our knowledge onto some of you possible first-time attendees! We have the privilege of being able to attend this year, and we could not be more excited → Read More

| March 28, 2014

A Glimpse of the Mobile World Congress 2014

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The picturesque city of Barcelona, Spain was once again the focus of all eyes in the world of mobile telecommunications and computing when it hosted the Mobile World Congress 2014. This year’s edition was really worth the wait, as a host of mobile companies churned out their latest products for the world to see. Companies such → Read More

| March 27, 2014

How to Leverage LinkedIn’s Job Seeker Account

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Ah, spring is nearly here! The snow is melting (more or less), the birds are chirping, and you’ve just returned from Spring break. For those of you still hunting for jobs or internships, it is a wake-up call to intensify your efforts. According to a 2013 survey, close to 100% of job seekers and recruiters → Read More

| March 26, 2014

CarPlay: The Hands-Free iOS Car Dashboard

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With more and more states cracking down on cell phone use while driving, Apple has come to the rescue with the system called CarPlay. With Siri integrated into the dashboard of your car, it has never been so easy to stay connected to your text messages, music, and Apple Maps– all without fiddling around with → Read More

| March 25, 2014

Hack Upstate v3.0 – Less Than Two Weeks Away

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We’re less than two weeks away from Hack Upstate Spring v3.0 – April 5th & 6th! The third installment of the semiannual 24-hour hackathon will take place at Syracuse’s Technology Garden. The event is FREE; you can sign up here. Hack Upstate is an opportunity for talented developers, engineers, designers, innovators and problems solvers from → Read More

| March 24, 2014

Is Flappy Bird Poised for a Comeback?

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In the last two months, Information Space has published two posts about Flappy Bird. One about the craze surrounding the game, and another–only six days later–about how the creator of the game, Dong Nguyen, was going to take the game off the market. Well, Nguyen is back at it…playing with our hearts again. Check out → Read More

| March 21, 2014

Twitter’s 8th Anniversary: Do You Know Your #FirstTweet?

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Happy birthday Twitter! Today marks Twitter’s 8th anniversary, and in order to celebrate, the social media platform has introduced a new tool for users to relive their #FirstTweet ever sent on the network.  For some, it may be embarrassing, and for others it will be the generic – (such as, “Trying out this Twitter thing.”) → Read More