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Fakheera Stevens

LSAT Transitioning to Digital Format

The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is going digital. On Dec. 10, the test’s governing body announced the 70-year-old entrance exam will transition to a

A Whopp(er)ing Good Deal

One Whopper, one penny For the last week, Burger King sold Whoppers for one cent — so long as customers ordered them in the vicinity

Soulja Boy Selling Video Game Systems

Attention video game shoppers: This article is for YOOOOOUUUUUUUUUU!!!! Just in time for the holidays, DeAndre Way, aka Soulja Boy, has entered the video game

Podcast: Orphan Drugs (99% Invisible)

99% Invisible discusses the life of Abbey Meyers and her work on the Orphan Drug Act of 1983. The act facilitated the production of “orphan

Smell Scents Over the Internet with New Tech

Odor Electrodes    Scientists in Malaysia are researching “electric smell” technology that would allow people to communicate aromas over the internet. Imagine — rather than

Google Tracks Incognito Users, Study Claims

Internet browsers employ “Incognito mode” to roam the web anonymously and avoid leaving a cyber trail. Google describes it as “browsing privately.” But what does

Instagram Releases Close Friends Feature

Instagram users can now restrict who sees their “Stories” by identifying their closest friends on the social media app. On Nov. 30, Instagram began rolling

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