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.
Hitting the Books: Hackers can convince your IoT devices to betray you
Our open technology culture could be our undoing.
Facebook taught its AI to speak math
Because wiping the deck with us over games of Go really isn't that tough anymore.
Translation gadgets in 2020 are nearly as good as Babel Fish
The only language they don’t speak is love.
After Math: All the stuff that happened while we were at CES
Apparently time doesn't actually stop during the show, it just feels that way.
Hitting the Books: How to get a date online
Surprisingly, it simply involves not being a creep.
The Quasar home EV charger can power your car and your house
You can even sell some charge directly back to the grid.
This laser aid helps Parkinson's patients maintain their mobility
It provides visual, tactile and auditory cues to the wearer.
Smart garbage disposal composts your food scraps instead of grinding them up
Don't grind up your tables scraps, compost them instead.
Go Dogo trains your pup while you're away
Who's a good boy? You all are.