Barba vividly remembers the moment Steve Jobs introduced the first iPhone to the world in 2007. A teenager at the time, he’d long been interested in “hacking around and building things” with electronics. As a Northeastern student, he’s developed two apps and spent three co-ops working as a software engineer. We asked him what’s next after graduation.
A research team led by Northeastern’s David Choffnes has found “extensive” leakage of users’ personal identifying information from apps on mobile devices, including passwords. Their unique ReCon cloud-based system can detect those leaks and give you the tools to stop them.
Incoming freshman Preston Turk aims to cultivate his interest in invention, business spirit and artistic drive in the University’s entrepreneurship program.
Director of Northeastern’s photography program explains how to take frame-worthy photos of fireworks — even with your camera phone.
Professor analyzes Apple’s handling of succession issues related to Steve Jobs’s illness, and the meaning of his leading role in the iPad 2 rollout.