Chris is Engadget's senior mobile editor and moonlights as a professional moment ruiner. His early years were spent taking apart Sega consoles and writing awful fan fiction. That passion for electronics and words would eventually lead him to covering startups of all stripes at TechCrunch. The first phone he ever swooned over was the Nokia 7610, because man, those curves.
With new updates, Yahoo bets big on Mail’s mobile future
At last, a mobile email interface you might actually want to use.
Let's hope Trump didn't give Kim Jong Un the wrong ‘direct number’
It could be more dangerous than you'd think.
Venmo won't let you pay or charge people from its website anymore
Its smartphone apps were clearly a bigger priority.
BlackBerry KEY2 hands-on: A stylish approach to privacy and multitasking
It's a more powerful, more premium take on the KEYone formula.
The Moto Z3 Play packs a bigger, better screen and full Mod support
It's more stylish than usual, but Moto didn't skimp on the substance.
A closer look at RED's audacious Hydrogen One phone
Founder Jim Jannard built the smartphone he wanted to see in the world.
What to expect at WWDC 2018
Don't hold your breath for hardware this year.
LG V35 ThinQ hands-on: Modern brains but last year’s looks
The company's newest premium smartphone plays it safe.
What to keep in mind before switching to a mobile-first bank
Managing your finances from a phone is easier than ever.