CSUF baseball players use video games to aid performance on the field

Using the speed of his thumbs and quickness of his eyes, CSUF baseball infielder Jacob Pavletich uses the virtual

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New improvements in technology help people with disabilities communicate

At the touch of a button or simple tap of a screen, technology makes communication effortless. People may worry

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Millennials that say they are ‘in the wrong generation’ don’t realize the privileges of today

There has been no better time to be alive than right now. Medical science, technology and civil rights have

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CSUF’s Clem Guthro creates engaging environment for students as new library dean

As the dean of the Pollak Library, Clem Guthro’s stays committed to upgrading study space and streamlining access to

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Children are lacking imagination because of excessive cellphone use

Rather than embracing the great outdoors or physically interacting with others, children between the ages of five and 12

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‘Star Trek’ served as an inspiration for technological advancements

“Star Trek” first aired in 1966 but was incredibly futuristic and influential for its time. The show featured groundbreaking

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Cal State Fullerton removes VCR players from campus classrooms

Communications professor Andi Stein was preparing for the start of the new semester when she received an email from

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