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
Mobile device makers are constantly reinventing their products to keep consumers coming back, and paying, for more. The race to outdo each other has resulted in new form factors like foldable and dual screens.
Microsoft is bringing holograms to the office. The company recently started shipping its 2nd version of HoloLens, a headset that allows users to touch and interact with 3D holograms in everyday settings. Various industries have begun experimenting with the new computing device and VOA's Tina Trinh had a chance to check it out.