Tina Trinh is a New York-based reporter for VOA News. Her coverage includes consumer technology and digital culture. A former producer for ABC News, she is the recipient of two Edward R. Murrow Awards for Overall Excellence and a George Foster Peabody Award for Hurricane Sandy coverage. Follow her on Twitter at @TinaTrinhNYC
Online cooking videos are an indispensable tool for at-home chefs, but using a mobile device in the kitchen can get messy. A New York University student has solved the problem by turning the traditional apron into a remote control for devices. Tina Trinh reports.
Doctors’ scrawls and scribbles are notoriously hard to read. Electronic prescriptions remedy the problem but around the world and especially in developing countries, the technology isn’t always accessible. One possible solution? Blockchain, the same technology underpinning cryptocurrency transactions. Tina Trinh reports.
At the Tribeca Film Fest in New York, filmmakers are mining current and historical events for inspiration. For tech-savvy youth, it’s one way to ensure the lessons of history won’t be forgotten. Tina Trinh reports.