October 4, 2023

Innovation & Tech Today


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Characters We Need For Smash Bros. Switch

Smash Bros

In case you didn’t see the absolute tidal wave of social media posting yesterday, yes, Super Smash Bros. was finally announced for the Nintendo Switch. It’s almost as if Nintendo […]

Best Upcoming Nintendo Switch Games


I’ve made it no secret that I’m a huge fan of the Nintendo Switch. The console, which only just celebrated its first birthday, already has a large number of major […]

Tech Giants Take on the Ivory Trade


In June last year, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Twitter released a joint statement announcing the formation of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT). The Forum was created to […]

How THC Can Actually Improve Brain Health


Have you ever wished you could give your brain a facelift? Researchers are discovering the antidote for “senior moments” may be as simple as a daily dose of dope. A […]

Opinion: Do Video Games Really Cause Violence?


On Thursday, March 8th, President Trump will be meeting with members of the video game industry to discuss violence in gaming and its potential relationship to real-world violence. In attendance […]

Dolce & Gabbana’s Airborne Models

Dolce & Gabbana

It’s been said time and time again that robots are going to take our jobs one day. In fact, I’ve typed that so many times at this point that I […]

The Science of Sleeping In


Alarms, snooze buttons, weak coffee, traffic… there are so many reasons to loathe the morning routine. If you find yourself in a perpetual battle with your alarm clock, you might […]

Where Blockchain and Healthcare Intersect


Most people immediately associate blockchain technology with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Justifiably so, as that is how the blockchain was first introduced. However, since its inception, blockchain has made its way […]

8-Bit Bites: Video Game Foods I Want to Eat

video game foods

Admit it. At some point, you’ve been working your way through a video game when, all of the sudden, a delicious virtual meal inexplicably makes your mouth water. We’ve all […]

India’s Igloos: Coming Soon to a Moon Near You

The Moon is a pock-marked wasteland with extreme temperature variations and few resources. Rather than blasting rockets full of building materials to its airless atmosphere, researchers in India are discovering […]

The Dangers of E-Shaming


As a high school counselor, I witness countless student crises each year. Still, every now and then a particular student’s story really stays with me. Recently, one such story involved […]

Physicist Michio Kaku on STEM Education


Superstar physicist Michio Kaku sat down with Innovation & Tech Today for a sprawling interview on education and future tech in the summer of 2016 for that year’s fall issue.  As […]

On the Road, Off the Grid

When it comes to technology, I’m a late bloomer. In spite of the fact that I grew up alongside the technological revolution, I spent a significant amount of time in […]

Beauty Is In The Eye of Chris Burkard

Chris Burkard, the photographer who has captured the attention of millions with his often oceanic and wild photos tells us about his adventurous life on the road and the gear […]

Voice Acting All-Stars Open Up


“Ehh, what’s up, doc?” “D’Oh!” “I am vengeance. I am the night. I am Batman!” It’s more than likely that you read the previous few phrases in a specific voice. […]

The Emerging Threat of E-Waste


Technology and sustainability generally mesh together well. Smartphones and tablets have reduced the need for paper and ride-sharing carpool apps can help reduce pollution-friendly traffic by 75%, according to an […]

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