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Photos and story by Toriana Williams. Did you know that Middle Tennessee State University offers free-to-use equipment such as 3D printers, vinyl cutters, virtual reality equipment and more for MTSU students? That’s what Wednesday’s Makerspace Open House on Wednesday was all about. The Makerspace can be found in the James E. Walker Library on the …

Dwight Harris //Contributing writer During last Wednesday’s fiery keynote, tech giant Apple announced the newest iterations of iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Most significant was the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which decisively overhauls Apple?s tablet line. The monster tablet boasts a 5.6 million pixel display, desktop-class computing power through its A9X chip and four-way …

President Obama will announce a new campaign to work with communities including Nashville, Chattanooga, and Memphis in an effort to secure more Americans with well-paying technology jobs later this morning. The president will unveil his administration’s “TechHire” initiative in his speech to the National League of Cities, according to a White House press release. Obama and his administration …

MTSU students affiliated with the university’s Honors College helped residents of the Adam’s Place Assisted Living Facility in Murfreesboro learn to use devices such as iPads and laptops on Wednesday afternoon. The students served cake and refreshments and chatted with the residents before walking them through how to use their iPads and iPhones. Check out …

The Business and Aerospace University Computer lab underwent its first renovation since it was originally founded this summer, according to director Carlos Coronel. Major changes to the lab include two spacious huddle rooms, upgraded seating and new wood flooring to replace the outdated carpet. The lab now features a charging station for mobile devices including iPhones and iPads, …