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.
How Rivian is building the longest lasting batteries in the EV business
The R1T's power packs hold 25 percent more energy per unit volume than the Model X
Another Google+ data bug exposes info for 52.5 million users
Google will shut the service down in April of 2019 instead of August as initially planned.
After Math: Hope for the Holidays
Numbers, because advent calendars don't work without them.
Hitting the books: Will Computers Revolt?
If humans can possess consciousness, there's no reason machines can't too.
Get new manga when Japan does with Shonen Jump's subscription service
$2 a month gets you access to more than 10,000 English language chapters.
Behind the quest to control a wheelchair with a smile
HooBox's 'Wheelie 7' system controls motorized wheelchairs via facial expressions.
Facebook defends policies following massive document dump
The company argues the information lacks context.
After Math: Let's shake things up
Numbers because when this state is rockin', you don't come a-knockin'
BMW reveals its gorgeous convertible 8 Series
The topless tourer will be available a few short months after the coupe.