Camille Grochowski | Banner | The shipyards in Long Beach are full of thousands of shipments that have been waiting to get sent out for months.

Los Angeles, Long Beach ports blocked

Off the coast of both the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports, people can see ships loaded with cargo waiting out in the water. They have been there for a long time, and they are not moving any time soon. The supply chain has broken down, but they are working as fast as they can […]

Photo illustration by Elijah Hickman | Banner | Many cellphone cameras are now equipped with virtual reality capabilities.

Smartphone camera technology is continuing to advance

As phone technology advances, so do their photographic capabilities. Some people may have noticed that the cameras on many newer smartphones may have dual, triple or quad rear cameras, meaning they have more than just one camera lens, some as many as four. Having multiple lenses on cameras allow for a better change of distance, […]

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Streaming services offer free options

Streaming television shows and movies are becoming increasingly common activities. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime video and ,strong newcomer, Disney+ have dominated the field, although some networks have started making their own streaming services to make revenue for themselves, such as HBO Max and the rebranded Paramount+ that was previously CBS All Access. These companies charge […]

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Business career and internship fair marks return of live fairs

Last semester most activities, including classes and clubs, occurred online. While having virtual versions of these activities was better than canceling them entirely, students and faculty alike are excited to return to on-campus classes and events. One of these on-campus events, the Business Career and Internship Fair, happened on Sept. 22, which marked the first […]

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The end of an era: Zoom stock drops over $15 million in market value

A year and a half ago the world was suddenly thrust into a pandemic. Businesses closed, and people were put into lockdown to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus as much as possible. Work was suspended for some non-essential workers, and others adapted to the change through working or attending school remotely. Throughout this […]

Editor’s Review: New Android Features

Smartphones are becoming increasingly complex, and built-in features are advancing with them. Among other things, many of these built-in features are useful when it comes to accessibility. Google has introduced several features on its new smart- phones, including the Pixel 4a 5G, the Pixel 5 and some other Android phones. Google includes a camera feature […]

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Popular gaming site responds to educators using the platform

Over the past year and a half, many companies have been rethinking how to run and market their websites during the pandemic. As quarantine hit, many website and app-based companies have had an influx of users, and platforms have seen their users expanding use of their sites to stay in contact with each other and […]

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Costs push companies to move headquarters out of California

A lot of prominent businesses got their start in California, but over the past few years many businesses have decided that the cost of living and the rise of taxes and real estate prices are enough to make them move their headquarters out of California and to states with easier taxes and where they would […]