Sascha Brodsky

About the author

Sascha Brodsky is a freelance journalist based in New York City. His work has appeared in The New York Times, the Guardian, the Atlantic, and many other publications. He's a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs. In his spare time, he enjoys bicycling and hiking.

Virtual Reality Is Changing Learning at Home and in School

Virtual reality (VR) isn’t just for gaming anymore. Schools have gotten smart and adopted the technology that brings students right into the action for distance learning.As VR is being used for everything from college classes to teaching future doctors how to perform in emergencies, there are many new apps

How AI and 2 Gig Are Transforming Home Fitness Gadgets

AI (artificial intelligence) is the latest buzz these days in gadgets. For exercise gear, having this built-in tech means you’ll get advanced feedback on your workouts that can approach the level you get with a human personal trainer. For example, some smart exercise devices will monitor your weightlifting form

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Tips on Smart TVs That Make the Most of Your Gig Service

Ready for a new TV? The latest smart TVs take advantage of the high-quality streaming provided by gig internet service, so you can watch your favorite show with stunning picture quality.Screen options this year include a dizzying array of technologies such as 4K, 8K and Mini-LED. New TVs offer

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5 Affordable Smart Devices To Increase the Value of Your Home

When you’re selling your home, you want to make it look as good as you can. Another smart idea? Go smart. Buyers are looking for tech in a future home, and these small touches can help show them your home is up to date and well maintained. This can

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How To Upgrade Your Home Office With Smart Tech

Your home office may not be going away even when the pandemic comes to an end. A recent study from Stanford University found that 42% of the U.S. labor force is now working from home full-time. Many people have found that fitting out a home office is a lot

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Unexpected Ways To Use Telemedicine

Visiting a doctor in person is so 2019. Telemedicine has grown in popularity during the pandemic as people try to maintain social distancing rules. According to the CDC, the number of telehealth visits jumped by 50% during the first quarter of 2020 compared to the same period the year