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The iPhone 12 was released just a few months ago, but it's already gaining plenty of popularity.

[TECH REVIEW] Does the iPhone 12 live up to the rest?

Henri Peltier, Staff Writer December 15, 2020
On the surface, the 12 doesn't seem much of an upgrade for iPhone, but looking closer at the features, that's a perspective worth reconsidering.
Junior Maya Choi said, “I think controlling phone use while in the classroom is a good thing, because… it's not really fair to everyone else if they're trying to be engaged and participate in class, while other people are just being distracted and just not even paying attention at all.”

Health and technology- what’s at risk?

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon January 15, 2020
Within a world that is more digital focused, some students have also struggled to stay focused at school. This year, SPA has placed so-called “phone garages” in many classrooms, where students are instructed to place their phones before class so as to avoid distraction.
Drawing Credit: Tana Ososki

The inconceivable influence of influencers

Will Schavee, RubicOnline December 10, 2019
The impact that influencers have is not only on their audience but also the marketing industry as well.
The top five free apps on the Apple App Store. Some are overly hyped, while others are well-deserving of the pure fun they bring to the table.

[REVIEW] The hype behind the top apps

Bobby Verhey, RubicOnline Editor October 23, 2018
As highly rated apps on the Apple App Store, the top five free games are obsessively played by many. But, do they truly deserve their ranking on the charts?
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