Drew Prindle

Drew Prindle

Drew's fascination with technology began at an early age - shortly after he licked a 9-volt battery for the first time. It was this first taste of technology that sparked his interest in how electronics work, and he's been obsessed ever since. Aside from keeping up with the latest developments in tech, he enjoys shock humor, and working puns into his writing at every opportunity. You can find his work on Digital Trends and The Manual.
Emerging Tech

Watch the ATLAS robot take a stroll through the woods and open doors

Earlier this month, Boston Dynamics' founder Marc Reibert gave a presentation at the FAB 11 Conference at MIT -- a presentation that happened to feature some unreleased footage of what the company has been working on lately.
Smart Home

Google Project Sunroof shows how much solar juice is on your roof, no math needed

Enter in your address, and Google's Project Sunroof will calculate how much usable solar energy your house could generate if it were equipped with X number of solar panels.
Emerging Tech

Unorthodox “Ferrolic” clock displays the time with magnets and ferrofluid

The display creates numbers by switching magnetic fields on or off behind the screen. When these electromagnetic zones are selectively switched on to form the clock's individual digits, the ferrofluid follows and settles into pools…

How and where to get cheap textbooks online

With a little bit of extra effort and careful shopping, you can save yourself a bundle on textbooks this semester, and to help you do that, we've put together this quick reference guide on how and where to get cheap textbooks online.
Smart Home

9 gadgets to transform your dorm from a cinder-block cell to a tech wonderland

Turn your dorm room from a cinder-block cell to a technological Garden of Eden with these college-friendly gadgets. Or, you know, just make it a little easier to make your bed in the morning.
Product Review

Working with the cheap but finicky Cube 3 is a roll of the 3D-printed dice

The Cube 3 is scores big points for great design and useful features, but the machine’s poor reliability and frustrating software make it a pain to use sometimes.