Women in Tech
May 30th, 2017
Women in Tech
The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly Of Crowdfunded Video Games
Have you ever broken up with someone only to later realize they were much cooler than you thought? That’s basically what’s going on with Pluto. To the dismay of...
Stojo Pocket Cup Review
I’m the kind of person that’s on the go a lot. Not for any particular reason, as I don’t really have anywhere to go most of the time. But that’s not the...
Improving Smart Home Security
Without even darkening the doorway, someone has burglarized your home. And there were no broken windows, no crowbars, no ski masks or vinyl gloves – just a...
The Problems with Smart Home Security
The Problems with Smart Home Security are complicated. Without even darkening the doorway, someone has burglarized your home. And there were no broken windows, no...
Interview with Science Writer Leonard David
Innovation & Tech Today: What do we know about Mars so far? LD: Finding out about Mars has really turned out to be, I guess in a way, a “get to know me”...
How I Got Duped By A 2015 April Fools' Product
One of my responsibilities with Innovation & Tech Today is to help obtain cool new products to review. And, while I’ve seen a lot of awesome stuff in my hunt for...
Our canine companions really understand us
Man's best friend has helped out his human scientists pals yet again -- this time with research that confirms dogs' ability to process speech. The study, which will...
Interview: Bill McKibben on Pipelines and the War for the World
Perhaps one of the most influential thinkers in the sustainability movement, Bill McKibben has a knack for converting ideology into action. After his seminal book The...
Is Your Automated Home at Risk Because of Computer Viruses?
The dream of home automation has become reality in the past several years. “Smart” thermostats, security systems, and lighting are just a few of the innovations...
Video Interview with Hip Hop Superstar Akon
One of the things that sets CES apart from other trade shows (and, man, is there a ruck of them) is its unique celebrity draw. You duck into a restroom for a quick break...
Highlights from 50 years of CES
Back before 1967, the primary place to exhibit new consumer electronics (like the first handheld calculator) was actually the Chicago Music Show. In 1967, however,...
Innovation & Tech Today Scavenger Hunt (Sponsored by Autoliv)
Innovation & Tech Today has been attending CES for several years now, and in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the show, Innovation & Tech Today is...
Exciting Expectations For #CES2017
There’s plenty of enthusiasm for this year’s CES, and for good reason. With the conference celebrating its 50th year, we get to look back at how much technology has...
Journalist's Survival Guide To CES
CES 2017 is officially getting ready to kick off, and there will be no shortage of news, interviews, and interesting new technology to report on. However, this isn’t...
Here's What's Changed Since the Early Days of CES
The Consumer Electronics Show is approaching its 50th anniversary, and, to celebrate, we're showcasing how this spectacular event has revolutionized the tech world over...
Automated Restaurants The Weird Future Of Smart Food Service
Fast food has long retained its name for a reason - it’s pretty much the quickest way you can get a meal. Even if McDonald’s all day breakfast threw a bit of a...
The Problem With Facebook Live Audio
Ever determined to be more than just a place to scroll past baby photos, Facebook is continuing to expand itself with Facebook Live Audio, part of their new Live 360...
Oscar Nominated Director Morten Tydlum Talks Sci-Fi and Passengers
I sat down with Academy Award nominated director Morten Tydlum for a wide ranging interview about his new film Passengers. We discussed the chemistry between stars...
Exclusive Interview with Jon Spaihts, the Writer of Prometheus and Passengers
I sat down with Jon Spaihts, the writer of hit films Prometheus, the Marvel movie Dr. Strange, and his new sci-fi epic Passengers, starring Jennifer Lawrence and...
Dan Carlin Talks Hardcore History
The podcast has forever disrupted traditional radio and how people get information in general. Perusing iTunes leads one to the conclusion that there is a podcast for...
3 Trends To Watch For In VR Gaming
The arrival of virtual reality headsets in 2016 has defined much of the year in gaming. Toward the beginning of the year we previewed the rise of these...
Is Smart Tech Making Us Dumb?
Is smart tech making us dumb? Many seem to think so; yet, whenever this view is expressed publicly, smart tech critics tend to sound like Luddites, anti-millennials, or...
Feathered dinosaur tail discovered in amber
If you're like me, you like your dinosaurs with scales (à la like in Jurassic Park). Despite their portrayal in popular culture, though, I'm sure most of us have...
Children can pick up THC from secondhand marijuana smoke
The dangers of secondhand cigarette smoke are well documented, and have led to several laws restricting where people can smoke publicly. The dangers of secondhand...
The Rise And Fall Of Pokémon Go
July of 2016 already seems like ages ago. The sun was shining, the Chicago Cubs had an empty trophy case, and everyone was walking around looking at their phones. OK,...
Social Media Brownie Points
We need to have a conversation about the endless political/social commentary petitions that fill our social media feeds. Enough is enough. We get it. You care deeply...
Confronting the Expanding Virtual Caliphate
ISIS is using social media and the Internet to garner unprecedented numbers of Western-based supporters. The alarming trend has everyone from the White House to private...
NES Classic Edition In Short Supply
If you’re like me, your top priority over the past week has been obtaining the recently launched NES Classic Edition (or "NES Mini") console. And, if you’re like me,...
The Futurist and the Door Lock
Doors are portals. Sometimes they’re just a means to an entrance, and sometimes they lead to other worlds. If you had a wealthy friend, maybe you remember walking into...
Increase Your Happiness: Eat, Sleep, and Check-in with Yourself
2016 hasn’t been too kind and many people are trying to find ways to escape their misery. The Google Play Store is full of apps that claim to increase happiness,...
#Politics and the Rise of the Internet Journalist
Editor's Note: This article originally ran in the summer issue of Innovation & Tech Today, however it explores a lot of the flaws of how the media covers politics,...
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