Over the past nine years, Timothy’s covered everything from drag shows to heavy metal, and he even debunked a local ghost story before joining Engadget in 2013. He’s an A/V enthusiast who adores physical media, much to the chagrin of his available shelf space. Movies by David Fincher and music from Amon Tobin, Deftones, Run the Jewels and Trent Reznor are his favorites. He has a complicated relationship with photography too and shares an exact birth date with Katy Perry.
Uber puts you in control of your user data
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Xbox chief envisions a Netflix model for narrative games
Phil Spencer realizes that it might not work for every type of game, though.
Amazon taught Alexa to whisper sweet nothings in your ear
A new coding language enables whispering and even bleeping curse words.
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Google has already lost the hardware chief it poached from Amazon
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B&O puts its smallest speaker in your pocket for $169
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Reddit is stripping away some of its personality
The site is moving away from the CSS coding for customization.
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