Christopher Trout

Executive Editor
Before starting at Engadget, Christopher worked in a series of jobs that would make your mother blush. He’s since acted as Executive Editor of the award-winning digital magazine Distro, as well as Engadget.com. His column, Computer Love, explores the weird world of human sexuality in the 21st century. When he’s not writing about sex robots and VR porn, you can find him at the bottom of a martini glass.

Articles by Christopher Trout

09.08.16
Superhumans: Inside the world's first cyborg games
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Superhumans: Inside the world's first cyborg games

Engadget R+D's first documentary miniseries explores the human story behind bionic technology.

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08.17.16
Kanye West, incest and Twitter's First Amendment conundrum
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Kanye West, incest and Twitter's First Amendment conundrum

Can the blue bird protect its users and uphold its reputation as an open forum for sexual expression?

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06.14.16
Test-driving LELO's 'condom of the future'
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Test-driving LELO's 'condom of the future'

Can high-tech inspiration change our perception of the centuries-old prophylactic?

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05.13.16
Alien sex tapes, robot rape and the evolution of consent
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Alien sex tapes, robot rape and the evolution of consent

Yacht’s 'sex tape' was more than a tasteless PR stunt.

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04.12.16
There's no perfect equation for getting laid in the Tinder age
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There's no perfect equation for getting laid in the Tinder age

Mathematical matchmaking is more than 50 years old. So why am I still single?

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