Cheyenne covers the messy, beautiful, sometimes terrifying crossroads of human culture and technology. CES’s Final Girl, if you will. From Big Tech accountability and innovation as a means for social progress to the offbeat gadgets and virtual spaces that provide us with necessary escapes, she aims to uplift and inform by way of thoughtful, ground-level reporting. Her focus also includes chronic illness, sex tech, marijuana, and all things spooky.
Offline, she is a helicopter ferret mom, Tamagotchi hoarder, and wildlife rehabilitator.
After 27 Years, Tamagotchi Still Has More To Offer Than Nostalgia
Not only has the Tamagotchi endured since its release in 1996, but it’s evolved with the times to continue bringing delight to users new and old.
Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip Made Me Abandon iPhones For Good
I left Apple’s walled garden of iMessage, FaceTime, and AirDrop for Samsung’s flip-foldable and I have no regrets.
What counts as "dangerous content" on Facebook? Mark Zuckerberg couldn't tell you
The Facebook CEO has come repeatedly under fire for his site's role in the spread of hate speech and misinformation
Google’s Pixel 4 event brought no surprises (and that’s okay)
But that Recorder app is a low-key game changer