Women in Tech
September 22nd, 2019
Women in Tech
What Your Hogwarts House Says About Your Business Acumen
16 Psyche is the Most Expensive Thing in the Universe
An astroid named 16 Psyche was found to be made almost entirely of iron and nickel and is the most expensive thing in the universe.
Are Big Dogs Smarter Than Small Dogs?
According to the University of Arizona, bigger dogs are smarter than smaller dogs. How's yours fair? Learn more in this short video.
Apex Legends Hits 10M Players in 72 Hours: Is This The Fortnite Killer?
In this video, we take a look at why Apex Legends may be the Fortnite killer, with the wild success it's had in only a weeks.
5 Surprising Valentine's Day Facts
Ever wonder how many heart-shaped boxes of chocolates are sold in the US? How about how much men spend versus women on Valentine's Day gifts? Find out here.
Does Facial Recognition AI Have a Race Problem?
Facial recognition is rapidly becoming more commonplace, but a lack of diversity in this tech could cause severe issues. Find out more in this video.
Is Tom Brady a Cheater?
In this QuickByte Video, we take a look at the incontinence, er ... incompetence of our robot overlords. Plus I answer the age old question, "Is Tom Brady a cheater?"
Were You a Victim of the #10YearChallenge?
Learn why the #10YearChallenge social media trend may be a scheme to advance facial recognition technology.
Watch Our CES 2019 Experience in Just Over a Minute
Watch our CES 2019 experience in just over a minute in this short video.
Video: These Headphones Tailor Audio to Each Individual Ear
These Audeara Headphones measure your hearing to tailor the sound perfectly to you. Watch this short video to learn more.
The Weekly Buffer: CES 2019 Special
What surprised our team at CES 2019? Were there so many robots that we should expect an uprising? Find out in this episode of The Weekly Buffer.
The Weekly Buffer: The Power of Digital Badges in Education
This week's episode is all about digital badges, the tech that died this year, and crazy science facts from NatGeo's 2019 Almanac.
The Weekly Buffer: A Preview of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Listen to our exclusive review on the latest, unreleased Spider-Man movie, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse!
The Weekly Buffer: Most Popular Apps, Cancelled Shows, & Osiris Rex
This episode of our podcast explores the most popular apps of 2018, the best shows you'll never see again, and NASA's two year mission with Osiris Rex.
The Weekly Buffer: Eating Insects to Save the World
Where did Cyber Monday come from? What happened with the Mars landing? Would you eat insects to save the planet? Find out on The Weekly Buffer.
The Weekly Buffer: You Will Be Missed, Stan Lee
In this episode, we look back at the late Stan Lee's contributions to Marvel, real news in China delivered by a fake news anchor, and fake news videos.
Podcast: AR, The Death of Cashiers, and the Real Big Bird
What industries can be revolutionized by AR? Where are all the cashiers? What extremely large extinct creature was just discovered? Find out in our podcast.
The Weekly Buffer: Playstation Classic Faux Pas, Apple Tech Announcements, Sexist Algorithms
In this episode of The Weekly Buffer, Anthony, Adam, and Dylan discuss the Playstation Classic, Apples new release event, and Amazon's sexist algorithm.
The Weekly Buffer: Adobe News, Quantum Computers, and Paternal Exercise
In Episode 2, we cover Adobe's use of AI, quantum computers, and the impact of paternal exercise on a child's metabolism.
Lift Off! The Weekly Buffer Podcast is Now Live
The Weekly Buffer is dead. Long live The Weekly Buffer Podcast! Check out our first episode on 3D printing, abused robots, and sci-fi science.
The Art of the Podcast: An Exclusive Interview with OnEducation
In this exclusive interview with the hosts of OnEducation the podcast, we discuss the art of podcasting, gamification, and more.
Lumix DC-TS7 Video Review: A Camera as Rugged as Your Are
In this tech review, Evan Kelly takes a look at Panasonic's new Lumix DC-TS7 camera. He tests it's durability, it's photo quality, and it's sense of humor.
Video Interview: How Wells Fargo Supports Innovation via the IN² Program
We sat down with Ramsay Huntley, VP of Clean Tech at Wells Fargo to discuss IN², a program developed in partnership with NREL in Golden, Colorado.
The IN² Program: An Innovation Incubator for Clean Energy
In this video interview, we sat down with Trish Cozart of NREL to see how they're teaming up with Wells Fargo to create the IN2 Innovation Incubator.
Abode Home Security System Review: An Easy Step Towards a Smarter Home
In this episode of Gadget Gauntlet, we take a look at the Abode Home Security System Starter Kit. This kit can be a big step towards smart home.
Azio's Aventa Gaming Mouse Review: Great for First-Person Shooters
Azio's Aventa Backlit Gaming Mouse is a sleek, modern mouse designed for a smooth pc gaming experience. See our video review here.
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