And we're off! On the debut episode of The Weekly Buffer, Anthony Elio, Dylan Rodgers, and Alex Moersen take a look at some of the most fascinating (and eyebrow raising) topics from the worlds of tech and science. How is 3D printing changing the food and medical industry? What will our robot overlords look like? Do you care if the science in sci-fi films is accurate? We cover this and nothing more in our first episode of The Weekly Buffer.
In this episode, we discuss Adobe's new tech releases, the invention of the quantum computer, and how dad excercise impacts child health BEFORE conception.
Imagine having all the games you don't want in a single device! When is Apple going to release it's newest tech? How did Amazon create a sexist algorithm for hiring new employees? We discuss all this and nothing more on this episode of The Weekly Buffer.
What kind of industries can be revolutionized by AR? Are we looking at a completely cashier-free future? What extremely large extinct creature has recently been discovered? And, most importantly, why do we have a can of Manwich on our desk? Innovation & Tech Today Associate Editors Anthony Elio and Alex Moersen join Senior Video Editor Adam Saldana to find all the answers on this week's episode of The Weekly Buffer.
In this episode of The Weekly Buffer, we look back at the late Stan Lee's contributions to Marvel and bigger cultural conversations. Then we follow that up with real news in China delivered by a a fake news anchor, and the fake news video of Former President Obama created by Comedian Jordan Peele.
Happy Cyber Monday! In this episode, we discuss how Cyber Monday has come about and how it's growing, the new Mars Rover landing, the percentage chance that Elon Musk goes to The Red Planet, and the practice of eating insects. We discuss this and nothing more on this weeks episode.
As 2018 begins to come to a close, we take a look at the most popular apps of 2018, giving an insight into what we were all doing with the hours we spent looking at a screen this year. We look back on the popular shows that won't be coming back in 2019, and why so many shows are getting the boot. Finally, we travel back to 2016, when NASA first launched Osiris Rex, which just came into contact with it's destination, two years later, on Monday, December 3.
Innovation & Tech Today had the opportunity to check out a pre-screening of Spider-Man:Into the Spier-Verse in Theaters December 14, 2018. It was epic! The theater was full and we were in for a new style of animation! The movie was fresh and new! But why read the rest here when you can listen to our most recent episode?
Thank You Sony Animation!
Back to the news! On this week's episode of the Weekly Buffer, hosts Anthony Elio, Adam Saldana, and Dylan Rodgers discuss the potential benefits of digital badge credentialling, the now-perished technology we're mourning at the end of 2018, and finish up with some science-related quiz questions.