A founding editor at TechTalkers. Science, tech, and the humanities are passions of mine, and I want to educate people about our constantly changing world.

All computers and the internet depend on code to function. However, 99% of us don’t understand it. Let’s make it simple.

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Picture Credit: Wallpaper Cave


Researchers from MIT and Brigham and Women’s Hospital have modified a robot to allow nurses to work with patients from a safe distance.

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“Researchers modified Boston Dynamics’ dog-like robot spot to measure patients’ vital signs.” — Picture Credit: CNN


The photos of space you see go through a complicated but important process from grayscale to their vivid coloration.

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“M16 — Eagle Nebula aka the Pillars of Creation” — Picture Credit: Princeton University


Let’s take a closer look at Microsoft’s failed attempt at building a “hip” new phone line for teens.

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Microsoft Kin, a billion-dollar flop (Picture Credit: Alphr)


3D printing is an incredibly fast-growing technology, and it’s accomplishing some incredible feats.

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3D-printed lattice design (Picture Credit: INVC News)


Apple has recently revealed its iPhone 12 lineup, a class of four 5G-ready phones, at its “Hi, Speed” event — and it looks promising.

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iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max (Picture Credit: Apple)

A14 Bionic Chip: Faster, Yet More Efficient


Astronomers found a rare molecule in Venus’ clouds, which on Earth is only manufactured by microbes that live in oxygen-free environments.

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Venus (Picture Credit: MIT Technology Review)


At CES 2020, Samsung unveiled a yellow, tennis ball-like robot named Ballie that can act as your assistant but also your personal companion.

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Person interacting with Ballie (Picture Credit: Dezeen)


Set to take shape in Latin America, this sustainable and affordable plan to help the homeless through technology is gaining momentum.

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Render of what the 3D-printed neighborhood might look like (Picture Credit: New Atlas)


If we used electric vehicles for the U.S. Postal Service, the noise, air, and CO₂ pollution levels in communities could decrease.

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USPS trucks in service are well over 20 years old, lack air conditioning, and are prone to bursting into flames (Picture Credit: Vox)

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