After a brief stint in the IT industry, Terrence made the transition to tech journalism and never looked back. Early in his career he took a particular interest in the intersection of technology and politics. Now, as managing editor of Engadget, he helps lead an impressive team of reporters that explores how that tech permeates our society. He's appeared on RT, NY1, The Brian Lehrer Show, WSJ Radio and ABC Radio. In his downtime Terrence collects hobbies at an alarming rate.
Confronting existential dread through DIY musical instruments
'The Book of Knowledge of Impractical Musical Devices' explores the fleeting nature of memory and life through GPS, random rhythms and destroying sounds.
PicoBrew shifts its focus from beer to coffee with the MultiBrew
But don't worry, it'll still brew beer, kombucha and plenty of other beverages.
CraftSynth 2.0 is portable, fun and a little bit flimsy
Modal Electronics latest entry into the world of affordable synthesizers is truly unique.
Jammy’s digital guitar is a futuristic idea let down by today's tech
The dream of an all-in-one electric guitar experience that fits in a carryon is still just that, a dream.
How to give your hike a high-tech upgrade
How to enjoy the convenience of modern tech without the distraction from nature.
In case of emergency: The tech that might save you
There's no replacement for being physically and mentally prepared, but this gear can help.
Ableton Live can control modular synths from your computer
CV Tools embraces the increasingly popular world of modular and semi-modular synthesizers.
Organelle M is a portable and endlessly hackable music ‘computer’
This Raspberry Pi-powered device is a synth, a sampler... almost anything you can imagine.
Blipblox is a synth made for kids that adults will like too
It looks like a toy, but it can be so much more.