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Kyle Tuck
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The Physical Web
This will just be a quick post for an experiment over the next few days. If you are at FETC 2017 and get notified about this post, take a look around. I should be nearby. Introduce yourself and let me know your experiences with beacons and the physical web....

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New PC Laptop - Nearly Four Years Later
I purchased a Lenovo Y580 laptop three years, ten months ago.  I blogged about that experience , and talked about its specs, particularly compared to the MacBook Pro of the time. I was able to put together a relatively powerful laptop for less than $1400 (C...

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Mainstreaming VR
Two of the major players in the world of VR tech are the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift. These two VR headsets may take slightly different approaches to creating immersive VR, but they both approach the 3D aspect of it in very similar ways, and have nearly id...

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The best thing about the iOS 9.3 release
Anyone even remotely familiar with Apple knows that, alongside the new iPad and iPhone, there is a new version of iOS. The new software includes some great new features and updates, and at least one major feature that schools have been wanting for a long ti...

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Apple, FBI, ISIS, and Secrets
This goes significantly off-topic from what I normally talk about, but still revolves around technology (and even touches on the potential impact on education). The news about the FBI demanding that Apple unlock the phone of one of the San Bernardino gunmen...

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Waiting on the next big thing
After recording the podcast following FETC this year, our group pondered why we didn't really see any major new technology. I suggested that it might be related to the difficulties the major processor fabrication companies are having shrinking the chips use...

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Reflections on FETC 2016
This was my fourth trip to Orlando to attend FETC, and there were some notable differences from previous years. Our group was significantly larger than in previous years, and included faculty, staff, masters students, a PhD student, and representatives from...

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