James began writing for music magazines in the UK during the '90s. After a few failed attempts at a DJ career, he carved out a living reviewing DJ and music production gear. Now he lives in the Bay Area, covering drones, fitness tech and culture, though he keeps his DJ gear plugged in and on show. You never know.
GoPro's Nick Woodman is happy he gave away a million dollars
It turns out, having users make your promo video is good for business.
Eargo Neo is a hearing aid you might actually want to wear
Getting people to wear them at all is half the battle.
PAX Labs CEO on how technology will demystify cannabis
Vaporizers and apps help you achieve the Goldilocks zone of zonked.
Samsung's 'Bots' and exoskeleton hint at the future of care
Move over smart assistants, the robots are coming.
FightCamp is a home boxing gym for the fitness tracking generation
Pro-trainers on demand and motion-tracking gloves could be the ultimate workout 1-2.
Kohler's Alexa-enabled Sensate kitchen faucet quenches thirst on command
"Alexa, pour me some water."
Whill's next personal electric vehicle drives itself
Why hunt for a scooter when your ride can come to you?
NuraLoop packs personalized sound into wireless buds
The follow up to the quirky, but excellent Nuraphone is here.
Unagi's high-end electric scooter is a mix of design and power
But is it enough to get over your "scooter shame"?