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Mountain View, CA, United States

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Past articles by Michael:

Public Access' time is done, but a better Engadget community awaits

It's been just shy of two years since we unveiled Public Access, our grand experiment in community contribution. In that time, we've seen some excellent stories... → Read More

The next phase of Engadget's evolution

A year and a half ago, I told you that Engadget's editorial mission was going to change. Since then, we've delivered on that promise, telling stories about how... → Read More

If you code Android or iOS apps, Engadget wants YOU!

While the web is where most of Engadget's over 20 million monthly readers get their fix, we also bring the goods through our Android and iOS apps. That's why we... → Read More

One login to rule them all: Welcome to the new Engadget comments

Our community of readers (that's you!) is of the utmost importance to us, and we're committed to making the Engadget experience the very best it can be. For thr... → Read More

Citizen Mars: five ordinary people, one extraordinary mission

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Citizen Mars: the story of five people and a one way trip to the Red Planet

You've heard about Mars One. We've spoken to its CEO and co-founder. And, plenty of ink's been spilled on the project due to the unanswered questions r → Read More

Citizen Mars: the story of five people and a one way trip to the Red Planet

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The best of Public Access Vol.7: online security and Android frustrations

Microsoft set the world on fire this week with the release of Windows 10 as a free download for existing Windows users. And in our review of the OS, we found th... → Read More

The best of Public Access Vol. 4: Mac Powerbooks, Microsoft Bob and more

The past week on Public Access has seen y'all looking both forward and back in tech history. Englishman and US resident Jess James explained how he would change... → Read More

The best of Public Access Vol. 3: the Atari ST, virtues of HD Audio and more

You can learn a lot from someone's personal gadget arsenal, whether at home or on the road. This past week on Public Access gave us a glimpse of your tec → Read More

Verizon is buying Engadget, not its editorial

Verizon is buying Aol, and so Engadget's going to be owned by Big Red, too. What's that mean for you, our readers?Well, nothing, really.In the time t → Read More

Apple Watch review

The Watch is the nicest smartwatch available, but it's more status symbol than wearable revolutionary. Most of the Watch's features can be ca... → Read More

Apple Watch review: a status symbol for iOS devotees

​Mankind's fascination with watches capable of more than simply telling the time is nothing new. But recently, our collective interest in intelligent tim → Read More

Watch the Apple Watch unbox itself

The appointed time has finally arrived. Months after its unveiling, Apple's Watch is finally finding its way onto the public's wrists. Yet, as is often → Read More

GE at SXSW: tracking brainwaves during BBQ tastings and using a 12-foot smoker

Two things define SXSW: spectacle and smoked meat. GE's managed to meld the two at its BBQ Research Center. Just up the street from the Austin Conventi → Read More

AeroMobil flying car set to take off in 2017, autonomous version to follow

AeroMobil has been around for five years, pursuing the dream of building a functional and (somewhat) practical flying car. Its third-gen prototype was re → Read More

Game of Thrones at SXSW: creating digital art with a Braavosi blade

HBO has made a habit of bringing a bit of Westeros to SXSW attendees. Last year, a virtual reality experience took folks to the top of the 700-foot ice w → Read More

4K, quantum dots and more: see the TV technology of CES 2015

Every year at CES, some of the most stunning visuals to be seen come from the TV manufacturers, and 2015 is no exception. 4K was the name of the game at → Read More

Watch CES Today, find out about what's happening at CES... today

It's another beautiful, sunny day in Las Vegas, and CES 2015 is still going strong. Can't be bothered to read all of Engadget's coverage of the show? W → Read More

Watch Engadget After Hours for a recap of this day at CES 2015

After a long day covering CES, it's time to kick back and reminisce about the day that was... with a cocktail, of course. Join me, your Editor-in-Chief, → Read More