Christopher Trout

Editor-in-Chief
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

12.07.15
Kink.com's VR porn experiment is a lesson in extreme anatomy
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Kink.com's VR porn experiment is a lesson in extreme anatomy

I thought I'd seen everything until I saw inside Ella Nova's anus.

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11.20.15
Facebook has a cure for your broken heart: more Facebook
11.20.15

Facebook has a cure for your broken heart: more Facebook

The social network’s new features aim to keep you clicking when all you want to do is curl up and die.

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11.06.15
Let's talk about sex: This is Computer Love
11.06.15

Let's talk about sex: This is Computer Love

Computer Love is a semi-regular column exploring the weird world of human sexuality in the 21st ce...

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08.25.15
ICYMI: Massive Minesweeper, Android 4 BlackBerry and more
08.25.15

ICYMI: Massive Minesweeper, Android 4 BlackBerry and more

Today on In Case You Missed It, I've replaced Kerry Davis in a sinister plot to take over the sho...

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08.06.15
Breaking up in the time of Twitter
08.06.15

Breaking up in the time of Twitter

How an otherwise harmless hashtag turned my safe space into a hell-scape.

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07.31.15
Here come the K-Cup drunks
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07.31.15

Here come the K-Cup drunks

My desire for a mechanized mixologist is as strong as an overproof rum. Much to my chagrin, and de...

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07.22.15
The best of Public Access Vol. 6: Apple Watch edition
07.22.15

The best of Public Access Vol. 6: Apple Watch edition

We won't get the real dirt on Apple Watch sales anytime soon, but that hasn't stopped analysts, journalists and basically anyone with a pulse from speculating about the wearable's potential success or failure. But more importantly we wanted to know what you think about the future of the wrist-worn category and you delivered.

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