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 brews beer and collects hobbies at an alarming rate.
Julian Assange's Twitter account goes quiet (update: It's back)
It's a Christmas miracle!
GarageBand expands its music-making palette
The newest update adds a proper drum sequencer and a portal for free downloadable sound packs.
What we're listening to: Nine Inch Nails, 'Men in Blazers' and Kitty
(And some broadway classics.)
Fender Play doesn't judge -- it just teaches you guitar
Music lessons that focus on songs and fun, instead of shredding and theory.
I bio-engineered glowing beer and it hasn’t killed me (yet)
CRISPR is a DNA-editing tool that could cure cancer, and I wasted its potential on beer.
The FCC chairman thinks it's still 1996
Ajit Pai apparently believes the internet stopped evolving with Pets.com
The FCC votes to move forward with gutting net neutrality
ISPs have found an anti-regulatory ally in chairman Ajit Pai.
Engadget Podcast Ep 39: Rip Off
Microsoft's Build, Fyre Festival and Caddyshack.
FCC Chairman outlines his plan to gut net neutrality
Ajit Pai wants to do away with rules preventing throttling, blocking and paid prioritization.