Craig Wilson

Craig is News Editor at Input where he oversees a team of news writers covering breaking tech news and assists the other editors with shaping features and longer-form pieces. He also writes about transport tech, smart lighting, music-making gear, and wearables. Before joining Input, Craig was the editor of the consumer-tech magazine Stuff for five years. His work has also appeared in Tom's Guide, The Sunday Times, and Business Day. He lives — and increasingly works, sleeps, cooks, jumps rope, and encourages people to get vaccinated — in Brooklyn, New York.
Level's new smart lock now supports Alexa and not just HomeKit
Craig Wilson
But Google Home users are still out of luck.
Tech
Ample’s plan to make EVs viable for ride-sharing? Swappable batteries.
Craig Wilson
The company aims to make electric cars more viable for services like Uber and Lyft via a partnership with EV ride-share company Sally.
Tech
Civilized Cycles wants you to get its e-bike instead of a second car
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With space for a passenger or shopping and dynamic suspension, it's not a ludicrous suggestion.
Made for two
Opel's electrified Manta is the EV of our wildest dreams
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New age fun with a retro look and feel.
Design
Nanoleaf's new ‘Elements’ light panels are designed to match your decor
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Because not everyone wants bright, color-changing light panels.
Design
Scan Band turns your lunch into a playable AR musical instrument
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Choose the lens, scan your snack, bang out a beat.
Tech
Ford’s F-150 Lightning will switch Americans to EVs, not the Cybertruck
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Biden loves it, and with a feature set like this, Middle America just might, too.
Tech
Spatial is bringing VR hangouts and NFT galleries to web browsers
Craig Wilson
Smart handling of audio and the ability to digitize physical spaces make Spatial a perfect platform for virtual working or socializing... and virtual exhibits.
Tech
Tesla says it won't accept bitcoin because of environmental concerns
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Technoking, SNL host, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted the news, sending the price of the cryptocurrency plunging in the process.
Culture
This text-based game wants to shift your thinking about climate change
Craig Wilson
'Survive the Century' is a cute and hilarious choose-your-own-adventure game where your choices let you prevent, or expedite, a climate-change apocalypse.
Cli-fi
I can't stop fiddling with Nanoleaf's smart home remote
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This dodecahedron does a lot more than turn on the lights.
This Thing Rules
What's next for NFTs? How about swag bags for Hollywood's biggest night?
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Custom artworks from cutting-edge artists are going to some of Tinseltown's biggest names this weekend.
Culture
Apple's AirTags are a dream come true for the absent-minded
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But a nightmare for Tile, Chipolo, and other tracking tag makers.
Lost and found
Analogue's Pocket gaming console is delayed until October
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The company says the component shortages affecting much of the tech sector are to blame.
Gaming
Superchief Gallery in New York is selling NFT artworks on 4K displays
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The gallery is also buying carbon credits to offset the impact of the NFTs on the environment.
Culture
Dutch e-bike maker VanMoof is on a massive expansion drive
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The company is growing its presence from eight cities to 50 over the next six months, including a slew of new service centers.
Tech
Unagi is expanding its e-scooter rental business to six new U.S. cities
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The company is also growing its NYC and LA operations.
Tech
Lumi Keys review: Like ‘Guitar Hero’ but for learning the actual piano
Craig Wilson
Learn keyboard basics or brush up on long-dormant skills, and then explore making club bangers, all with this portable, attention-grabbing, and modular illuminated keyboard.
Reviews
S!ng makes creating NFTs as easy as posting to Instagram
Craig Wilson
Why should creating a non-fungible token for a track, image, or idea require more than a few taps?
Tech
Microsoft's adding vertical tabs to Edge and promising faster load times
Craig Wilson
The Chromium-based browser is looking more and more like a legitimate Chrome challenger with each update.
Tech