Andrew Tarantola, Engadget

Andrew Tarantola

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Recent articles by Andrew:

'AmalGAN' melds AI imagination with human intuition to create art

Don't worry, they only look like the Pokemon of your nightmares. The images you are about to see are, in fact, at the very bleeding edge of machine-generated im... → Read More

How Rivian is building the longest lasting batteries in the EV business

The Rivian R1T "adventure vehicle" made headlines and dropped jaws when it was revealed at the 2018 LA Auto Show last month, namely because nobody has ever real... → Read More

Another Google+ data leak exposes info for 52.5 million users

Google's semi-defunct social media platform Google+ has suffered its second data breach in three months and, as a result, will be completely shuttered in April,... → Read More

After Math: Hope for the Holidays

While Christmas decorations have already been festooned throughout big box retailers since the start of November, the holiday season is finally in full swing no... → Read More

Hitting the books: Will Computers Revolt?

Welcome, dear readers, to the first iteration of Engadget's newest series, Hitting the Books. With less than one in five Americans reading just for fun these da... → Read More

Get new manga when Japan does with Shonen Jump's subscription service

Shonen Jump, one of the most beloved and longest-running manga magazines on Earth is once again reinventing itself. First printed in 1968, the publication has h... → Read More

Behind the quest to control a wheelchair with a smile

Stop and start your motorized wheelchairs with Wheelie 7 and your face. → Read More

Facebook defends policies following massive document dump

Facebook once again found itself on the defensive after a British parliamentary committee released a number of internal emails and documents on Wednesday showin... → Read More

After Math: Let's shake things up

As Anchorage, Alaska was being rocked by a magnitude 7.2 earthquake this week (which, as of the writing of this post, had thankfully only resulted in infrastruc... → Read More

BMW reveals its gorgeous convertible 8-series

BMW's convertible 850i is real and a thing of beauty. → Read More

Up close with Kia's 2020 Niro and Soul EVs

Kia unveils the 2019 Niro EV, 2020 Kia Souls at the LA Auto Show. → Read More

BMW officially unveils its Vision iNext concept SAV

Remember BMW's vision of the future that we previewed this past September at an SFO airfield? Well, now everybody knows about it because BMW revealed the Vi... → Read More

Up close with Rivian’s R1T electric adventure truck

After nine years of design and development, automotive startup Rivian unveiled not one but two new electric vehicles (each with Level 3 autonomy no less) at... → Read More

Lincoln's 2020 Aviator SUV kneels to greet its driver

The Lincoln Motor Company is making its presence known at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, unveiling the latest iteration of its popular Aviator line of SUVs, al... → Read More

After Math: To all the turkeys I loved before

The holiday season has officially kicked into high gear, which means it's time to gather around the hearth, count your blessings and quietly roll your eyes as u... → Read More

Range Rover's 2020 Evoque blends style with sustainability

For the last decade or so, Range Rover has built vehicles more akin to posh living rooms that occasionally go off-roading than the rough and tumble Land Rover D... → Read More

USPS patches API flaw that exposed data on 60 million users

The United States Postal Service reportedly patched an API exploit on Wednesday that would allow anyone with a USPS.com account to view other users' account det... → Read More

Intel's 'neural network on a stick' brings AI training to you

Ahead of its first AI developers conference in Beijing, Intel has announced it's making the process of imparting intelligence into smart home gadgets and other... → Read More

Our moon is the hottest property in the solar system right now

The space race is heating up again in ways we haven't seen since the end of the Cold War. We haven't been to the moon since 1972 but a number of private compani... → Read More

Facebook is experiencing a rare outage right now

Facebook users are awakening to a startling sight Monday, as it appears that the social network is currently offline according to reports from Downdetector. 50... → Read More