Jacob Kleinman

Jacob Kleinman has been working as a journalist online and in print since he arrived at Wesleyan University in 2007. After graduating, he took a blogging job at the International Business Times and quickly dove into tech journalism, helping launch two sister sites focused on technology and design. When he's not writing mobile news for TechnoBuffalo he's covering tech events in New York, weaving through traffic on his bike or hunting down his next slice of pizza. Jacob lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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Interview: Using VR to preserve the last remaining haunted house amusement rides

Interview: Using VR to preserve the last remaining haunted house amusement rides

Jacob Kleinman

Joel Zika is on a mission to preserve the last remaining haunted house amusement park rides before they disappear and he’s using virtual reality to do it. There are less than 18 working rides left in the world (12 of them in the U.S.) by his count. Zika’s already filmed six using a specially designed 360-degree camera rig, but he needs some help from the crowd-funding community to...

Marvel teams up with Harley-Davidson on incredible new motorcycle designs

Marvel teams up with Harley-Davidson on incredible new motorcycle designs

Jacob Kleinman

Marvel is teaming up with Harley-Davidson to make some of the coolest motorcycles we’ve ever seen. The companies just unveiled their awesome new collaboration, bringing superhero and supervillain-inspired designs to several popular bike models as part of the continued celebration for Captain America’s 75th anniversary. There are too many options to name them all, but you can check out...

Galaxy Note 7 vs. Galaxy S7 spec shootout - Bigger, better and more awesome

Galaxy Note 7 vs. Galaxy S7 spec shootout - Bigger, better and more awesome

Jacob Kleinman

The Galaxy S7 is a great smartphone, but it just got stomped by Samsung’s next big thing. That’s right, the Galaxy Note 7 is here and it’s ready to claim the Android crown. The Galaxy Note 7 packs a massive 5.7-inch Quad HD display, compared to the Galaxy S7’s more manageable 5.1-inch panel. It also offers a bigger 3,500mAh battery (up from 3,000mAh). Both devices feature a microSD...