Andrew Tarantola, Engadget

Andrew Tarantola

Engadget

San Francisco, CA, United States

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  • Gizmodo

Recent articles by Andrew:

Researchers partially revive pig brains four hours after 'death'

Used to be that once someone cut off your head, your life was over. That may no longer be the case. A study published in the journal Nature this week illustrate... → Read More

How Google's scandals gave rise to the tech labor movement

How Silicon Valley's tech giants set off an unprecedented labor movement. → Read More

After Math: Eat your heart out, Soundgarden

From the first direct images of a black hole and a nearly-successful private moon landing to self-healing exosuits and self-retrieving rockets, read on for the... → Read More

Hitting the Books: A candid look at Tim Cook’s time at Apple

Welcome to Engadget's excerpt series, Hitting the Books. With less than one in five Americans reading just for fun these days, we've done the hard work for you... → Read More

BrainCorp brings its autonomous robot tech to your local supermarket

We often frame new automation technology as a grave and immediate threat to the jobs and livelihoods of the humans whose tasks the machines take over. Tell that... → Read More

Take a peek at Infiniti's 'Qs Inspiration' EV concept

You'll be hard pressed to find an established automaker these days that isn't rushing to tap into the growing EV market and Infiniti is no different. The compan... → Read More

'Iron Man VR' is as close to being Tony Stark as you're likely to get

Remember when Spider-Man came out last year for the PS4 and everybody was agog over how realistic and seamless the gameplay mechanics were -- how much it "felt"... → Read More

After Math: It's big ball chunky time

Baseball season is the best season, regardless of what summer tells you. So take a cue from the MLB's Korea marketing team, grab your glove and get ready for 16... → Read More

'Five Nights at Freddy's' is even more creepy in VR

Fans of the venerable horror puzzler Five Nights at Freddy's will have something to scream about as the latest iteration of the series arrives on VR headsets at... → Read More

'Iron Man VR' puts you in the suit

During the State of Play event on Monday, PSVR players got their first look at the upcoming Iron Man game from Camouflaj, which is slated for release later this... → Read More

Apple News+ includes 'LA Times' and 'Wall Street Journal' subscriptions

At its streaming service event in Cupertino on Monday, Apple announced that in addition to more than 300 magazine titles (including TechCrunch) as part of its n... → Read More

After Math: To all the games we loved before

Now that GDC 2019 has wrapped, it's time to take a quick look back at all the week's gaming news you might have missed. → Read More

Scream your head off to survive in 'Supermarket Shriek'

Getting through the grocery store with your sanity intact can be tough -- what with the legions of shelf stockers, geriatric Rascal riders and bawling basket ba... → Read More

The Oculus Rift S is impressive but unnecessary

VR technology has advanced by leaps and bounds over the past few years with optics and capabilities steadily improving even as hardware prices continue to decre... → Read More

The World Wide Web at 30: We got the free and open internet we deserve

As the web turns 30, its creator wants to save it by rebuilding it. → Read More

Hitting the Books: Brotopia

Welcome to Engadget's new series, Hitting the Books. With less than one in five Americans reading just for fun these days, we've done the hard work for you by s... → Read More

After Math: It's the circle of tech

While most of us now need Buzzfeed quizzes about "things only '90s kids would recognize" to remember what a Blockbuster is, the franchise's inevitable demise is... → Read More

Tim Cook is in on the Tim Apple joke

President Trump knows words. He has the best words. And he showed some of those big beautiful words off yesterday during a press conference for the during the i... → Read More

Adults are the only ones who fell for the Momo hoax

Oh man, we really do live on the dumbest timeline. You probably recognize the horrifying visage you see above: it's Momo, the mascot for the internet's newest o... → Read More

After Math: Now let's just wait a Momo

The only thing more popular on the internet than racism is a good hoax. The more batshit, the better. Every wacky conspiracy imaginable, from vaccines causing a... → Read More