Cheyenne is Deputy Editor at Input covering 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 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.
In addition to her work at Input, she runs a sporadic science-focused newsletter, the perpetual stew, and reports locally about innovation in the Hudson Valley, NY, building on her years of experience as a science & technology reporter. Offline, she is a helicopter ferret mom, Tamagotchi hoarder, and wildlife rehabilitator.
This tweet conflating student loan debt with abortion rights gave me the spins
“Pardon my reach.”
Tamagotchi Pix Party is everything the first-gen Pix hoped to be
From camera quality and battery life to those notorious touch buttons, Pix Party brings upgrades all around.
GPD's Pocket 3 is the tiny laptop of my dreams
The 2-in-1 laptop/tablet is an 8-inch-wide productivity beast.
Twitter as Elon Musk tries to worm out of purchase: LOL nice try
Musk’s lawyer cites — what else? — the company’s lack of transparency over bots as the primary reason for backing out.
Puffco's new modular dab vape, Proxy, is a beautiful, beastly e-pipe
The Proxy brings ultra-portability to the cannabis concentrate experience, with a sleek build and 3D heating technology.
Dr. Peter Scott-Morgan, pioneering 'human cyborg' who defied ALS, has died
The British-American roboticist championed high-tech, experimental solutions to cope with the degenerative illness, against all odds.
Postmates' Bottom-Friendly Menu might be cool if it didn't rip off a queer creator
The food delivery service says it's created "the world's first" menu for the anal-sex-conscious, but The Bottom's Digest was a year ahead.
Orville Peck on making the 5 mini-movies of ‘Bronco’ (and maybe more)
The artist spoke with Input about his cinematic inspirations and what it was like surfing atop an 18-wheeler.
Orville Peck is in his IDGAF era
The mysterious country star opens up about finding happiness, loving drag, and recording Bronco, his explosive new album.
I'd do anything to unsee this tweet from the White House pets' fan page
Never expected a dog to land in the Bad Tweet Hall of Fame but here we are.
How I achieved Inbox Zero bliss with the help of a raunchy cartoon
Turns out it's not that hard to stay on top of all the notifications.
Vessel's 'Helix' one-hitter is the smoothest chillum I've ever toked
A spiraling chamber insert softens the flow of smoke, meaning no scorched throats or choking on Scooby snacks.
I never got the appeal of Liquid Death. Then I quit drinking.
It may be the “Ed Hardy of water,” but Liquid Death is actually pretty good — and it doesn't hurt that it feels like you're holding a beer.
'Euphoria' is the best thing that's happened to Tumblr since porn
I said what I said.
Samsung's fly emoji has the dumbest little face
I'd die for him.
There’s never been a better time to get obsessed with ‘Over the Garden Wall’
As The Cuphead Show reignites our love of old-timey, sing-songy cartoons, take a moment to remember this lesser-known masterpiece.
This self-learning bionic hand gets better and better as you use it
Esper Bionics' smart prosthetic hand is ready for action after obtaining FDA approval last summer.
CES 2022: Everything you need to see
Keep up with all of Input's CES 2022 coverage in one place.
The road to hell is paved with well-intentioned robots
At CES 2022, Japanese robotics startup tmsuk introduced a lifelike ER training robot, Pedia-Roid, and we are terrified.
These suckling robotic plushies are freaking me the hell out. And yet...
From the people that brought you Qoobo, a pillow with an animatronic tail, Amagami Ham Ham is here to... um... nibble on your finger.