Chris is associate features editor at Engadget. He focuses on how technology is changing culture and the everyday human experience including race, arts, and new media. Raised in Hong Kong and the UK, he has reported for the Columbia Journalism Review, Reuters, and the South China Morning Post.
Reprogramming the piano
Dan Tepfer plays jazz with code.
Twitter’s dilemma: What to do with Trump?
How the president avoids getting banned.
Inside LeEco's spectacular fall from grace
From "Netflix of China" to crumbling empire.
Behind Netflix's Emmy nominations haul are more shows than ever
Quantity in search of quality.
The next video-game controller is your voice
Breaking the divide between virtual and reality.
Ai Weiwei's 'Hansel & Gretel' is a surveillance playground
The installation mirrors how we trade privacy for entertainment.
Lyft challenges Uber Black with its own luxury cars
Lyft's new Lux service launches in five cities.
Google will track your shopping trips to prove its ads work
Even in physical stores, Google is watching what you do with your credit card.
The Galaxy S8 iris scanner can be hacked with aging tech
It only took a point-and-shoot camera, laser printer and contact lens.