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.
Apple and Microsoft address Orlando, avoid gay community
Two big tech keynotes, two poorly executed moments of silence.
Robots, VR and the future of male masturbators
Why the penis could be the sex toy industry’s next big thing.
Alien sex tapes, robot rape and the evolution of consent
Yacht’s 'sex tape' was more than a tasteless PR stunt.
A viral VR sex suit and what it says about us
Whatever you do, do not stick your penis in this machine!
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?
Virtual reality and pornography: An X-rated debate
Two Engadget editors go tit for tat about the technological kingmaker.
Why I'm writing about my "dick fantasies" on Engadget
Note: Earlier today, Engadget shut down its commenting section. A story I wrote served as the cata...
The massively multiplayer online role-playing orgy I never had
Even online, sex is better when it's one-on-one.
The curious sext lives of chatbots
Boning ELIZA is more than a novelty; it's a political act.