Andrew has lived in San Francisco since 1982 and has been writing clever things about technology since 2011. When not arguing the finer points of portable vaporizers and military defense systems with strangers on the internet, he enjoys tooling around his garden, knitting and binge watching anime.
The evolution of cognitive architecture will deliver human-like AI
But you can't just slap features together and hope to get an AGI
Hitting the Books: We won't colonize space without a Weyland-Yutani
Corporations make the world go round. Even in space.
A brief history of cheating at video games
We've come a long way from unplugging your sibling's controller.
'Phantom Covert Ops' is VR Splinter Cell in a kayak
Save the world while your shoulders get a great workout.
'Borderlands 3' is a frenetic love letter to mayhem
This game takes the cell-shaded insanity of the first two and turns it up to 11.
'Darksiders Genesis' is more than a Diablo-like dungeon crawler
There are plenty of platforms for you to get your 'Prince of Persia' on.
'Destroy All Humans!' returns to finish the job in 2020
The 2005 cult classic comes to PS4, Xbox and PC next year.
'12 Minutes' is a murderous 'Groundhog Day'
You only have a few minutes to crack the case (this time around).
The 'Panzer Dragoon' remake arrives on Switch this winter
The on-rail shooter returns for more high flying action.