Innovation Editor, Christian Science Monitor
Reporter. Editor. Adventurenaut! Currently exploring the wonders of technology as Innovation Editor for the Christian Science Monitor.
csmonitor.com — Tickets to Apple's annual WWDC confab sold out in less than two minutes, a testament to the buzz the Cupertino company can still generate. By Matthew Shaer / April 25, 2013 Last year, tickets to Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, or WWDC, sold out in approximately two hours. This year?
vimeo.com — Americans spend less money on groceries than we did a few decades ago. That's partly because of new machines and technology that have made it much cheaper to produce food. We went to Herr's potato chip factory to see some of this food-making technology in action.
csmonitor.com — A new study estimates that 798 million Google Android-powered smart phones will be in use by the end of the year. By Matthew Shaer / February 6, 2013 By the end of the 2013, 1.4 billion smart phones will be in use around the globe, according to a new study from research firm ABI.
csmonitor.com — Disney wasn't the first to change Grimm's Fairy Tales. Even the Brothers Grimm tinkered with their stories from one edition to another. There's a certain irony to "Grimm's Fairy Tales." Two-hundred years ago today, Jacob Grimm and his younger brother Wilhelm published a collection of folk tales.
youtube.com — Working with the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL), researchers from DARPA's LS3 program demonstrated new advances in the robot's control, stability and maneuverability, including "Leader Follow" decision making, enhanced roll recovery, exact foot placement over rough terrain, the ability to maneuver in an urban environment, and verbal command capability.
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