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.
Nick Offerman on why sometimes the best tech is low tech
An email is nice, but a thank-you card is better.
Everlast and PIQ team up to bring data and AI to boxing
The wrist-worn wearable can track speed and impact, as well as identify your best punches.
Helia bulbs cut blue light to help you sleep at night
It's like Night Shift for your house.
The year's biggest loser was the American public
Everyone was hacked, the internet became an even bigger cesspool of hate and faith in our democratic institutions has crumbled.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 20: I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down
A look back at the biggest losers of 2016. In podcast form.
The biggest losers of 2016
From Twitter and Yahoo to exploding washing machines and boring phones.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 19: Simply the Best
A look back at the biggest winners of 2016. In podcast form.
2016: The year in winners and losers
Pokémon, NASA, Netflix and emoji conquered the world.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 18: We Both Go Down Together
So, Yahoo is kind of a mess, huh?