Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

An Apple a Day Gets Consumers to Pay

Eva Rivera, News Editor March 9, 2022

Apple held a product launch stream March 8, where they announced the new iPhone SE 3, iPad Air 5, Mac Studio. Apples newest products will be available for pre-order this Friday and available to all March 18. The event started off with Apple’s streaming service Apple TV+ and how it has been there for...

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Apples Latest Release: The New MacBook Pro

Apple’s Latest Release: The New MacBook Pro

Cassidy Anderson October 19, 2021

It’s that time of year again, the time for Apple’s new releases in technology. At the Apple Event on Monday, Apple revealed its first look into the new 2021 Macbooks. Apple will be releasing two Macbook Pros, the 14-inch 2021 and its larger version, the 16-inch 2021. The release of the 14-inch model...

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A junk drawer full of wires.

EU Makes Proposal to Make USB-C Mandatory On All Electronics

Christopher “Luci” Elias September 30, 2021

The Proposal The European Commission has made a proposal in attempts to reduce electronic waste in Europe. The proposal being to eliminate all other cable types aside from USB-C to make a “universal” cable for all electronics. This not only includes phones but as well as: cameras, tablets, headphones,...

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A really good way to gauge interest in these big intellectual properties while also get a feel for numbers is by looking at Twitch. Each of the games listed are cross platform, and allow for crossplay. And, they only represent views streams of these games were getting, but theyre really telling when considering how popular they are worldwide. With such large reach its not surprising Sony pushed Epic for Fortnite.

Epic v. Apple

No Place For Heroes
Brandon Lee Ramirez, Reporter May 19, 2021

Open Secrets All bets are off. The open secrets of the games industry that were brought up in the loot box hearings continue to be dredged up in the Epic v. Apple case. The suit was based around Apple charging commission for use of the App Store, and Epic Games trying to get around it. When the lawsuit...

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Even with the introduction of the new AirPods Pro, the price of the older models have not been lowered.

New Airpods Pro: What’s inside the ‘Pro’ name?

Jesus Marquez, Reporter November 7, 2019

Apple's newest earbuds the Airpods pro have been on the market for two weeks now and have people wondering. The main thing that has caught people's attention is the price. The Airpods Pro have a set price of $249.99. What makes these Airpods so 'Pro' are its new features like noise cancellation, transparency...

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Amazon makes AirPods Competitior using Alexa

April 17, 2019

Amazon already has its foot in the electronic's door with items like Alexa. They have decided to transform this device into their own versions of the Apple AirPods. Bloomberg sources claim that it is one Amazon's most important projects. "The headphones will look and act similar to AirPods" Amazon...

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What To Expect From The Recent Apple Event

Madelyn Gastelum, Reporter March 27, 2019

Monday morning, March 25, at 10am Apple hosted an event at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park in Cupertino California to talk about the exciting new things with Apple. The event started out with Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, who spoke about the things that Apple has brought to the world thus far. The...

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Rio Talk : Computer Mouse

Jonathan Meza, Leo Villanueva, and Jaime Aparicio September 17, 2018

Who has the better mouse, Apple or Windows? None the less both have their benefit considering the consumer's purpose. What's your opinion?

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iHeartRadio has stations set all around the country, including San Francisco and Los Angeles.

iHeartMedia Files for Bankruptcy

Ramon Alvarado, Sci. & Tech. Editor March 18, 2018

In a press release issued the morning of March 15, iHeartMedia announced it is filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company is doing so in an effort to clear more than $10 billion of the debt it has accumulated over the last decade. iHeartMedia has been one of the more dominant audio companies in...

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Apple Apologizes for Mac Mistakes

Diego Crespo, Editor- in- Chief, Print April 17, 2017

As Apple products continue dominating the technological pop culture zeitgeist, issues still manage to present themselves in their products both new and old. Referencing specifically the Mac Pro, Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Phil Schiller, had this to say. “If we’ve had a pause...

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WikiLeaks leaks Vault 7 regarding CIAs hacking capabilities

WikiLeaks leaks “Vault 7” regarding CIA’s hacking capabilities

Crystian Mendoza, Sports Editor March 15, 2017

WikiLeaks commenced its latest series of leaks code-named “Vault 7,” including 8,761 documents and files regarding the United States Central Intelligence Agency’s powerful hacking tools that can target everyday devices including smart televisions, cell phones, and cars. The U.S. government is...

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Security vs Privacy, FBI vs Apple

Security vs Privacy, FBI vs Apple

Carlos Alvarado Jr., Staff writer February 25, 2016

After hearing so much about the FBI asking Apple to assist them in the unlocking of the San Bernardino gunman’s iphone by creating a "back door" that as of right now, dose not exist. To then taking it out to our very own campus to ask the students their opinion on Security vs Privacy for the student...

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