Craig Wilson

Craig is a news editor at Input. He loves transport tech, smart lighting, and wearables. He used to be the editor of Stuff magazine's South African edition. Then he won a green card in the lottery (yeah, it's a real thing), sold everything he owned, and moved to the U.S. He lives — and, increasingly, works, sleeps, exercises, reads, and stays the hell inside — in Brooklyn, New York.
Lego's new Lamborghini Sián is the only supercar you can buy for $380
Craig Wilson
With only 63 of the full-sized Lamborghini being built, this is the closest most people will come to owning one.
Design
Here's Trump's executive order meant as payback to Twitter. It's doomed to fail.
Craig Wilson
The President's effort to punish Twitter shows he has no interest in defending free speech and a poor understanding of companies' rights.
Culture
Pursang's E-track electric motorcycle is normcore deluxe and that's glorious
Craig Wilson
Not every electric ride needs to look like it's arrived from the future.
Design
Hardy houseplants even you can't kill and where to buy them online
Craig Wilson
Just because you're not green-thumbed doesn't mean you can't make your home a jungle.
Paging Dr. Greenthumb
Archer is an electric, flying cab startup founded by people with no aviation experience
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The California-based startup believes it has what it takes to overcome the huge challenges ahead of it.
Design
Gucci's unhinged app includes retro arcade games and horsey wallpapers
Craig Wilson
Much like their maker, the games are simultaneously stylish and kitsch, brilliant but gaudy.
Style
New Volvos will have their speed electronically locked by the company
Craig Wilson
Volvo is limiting the top speed of all its new cars, and people are divided over the decision.
Culture
James Dyson made a $184K electric Hummer to battle Tesla. It didn't work.
Craig Wilson
The company spent £500 million to design and test the 7-seat EV, which will never see the light of day.
Design
The XP Zero electric motorcycle is a cyberpunk dream made real
Craig Wilson
Untitled Motorcycles’ latest creation is a custom build using Zero SR/F components.
Zero to hero
This company will let you sell your own deepfake, or buy a Trump and Joe Exotic one
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Aletha.ai sells videos of AI-generated fictional characters and can create virtual versions of real people.
True lies
Kia's building an electric car that can recharge in under 20 minutes
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The company is promisingly ultra-fast charging for its upcoming EV and Porsche-like speeds.
Fully charged
'Paper Mario: The Origami King' is coming to the Switch and it looks incredible
Craig Wilson
The game launches on July 17, and we can't wait.
Gaming
This demo of the new Unreal Engine on the PlayStation 5 is mind-blowing
Craig Wilson
Unreal Engine 5 is changing TVs, movies, and games, and it’s coming to next-gen consoles this year.
See change
This $27K electric motorcycle looks like it will annihilate the human race
Craig Wilson
The Verge TS will either transform your commute or strip your planet for resources.
Fight for the users
Tesla’s California factory will partially reopen, county order be damned
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Elon Musk plans to reopen the Alameda facility at partial capacity in spite of county and city regulations.
California Dreaming
Microsoft reveals dark AF third-party titles for the Xbox Series X
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We'll have to wait until July for a peek at its first-party offerings, but if dystopia is your bag, there's plenty to look forward to already.
Gaming
Spotify, TikTok and a slew of other apps are down for Apple users
Craig Wilson
How are people going to listen to music and then create dances to the best 10 seconds of it?
Don't Panic
Apple's WWDC will be on June 22 and Tim Cook better speak as a Memoji
Craig Wilson
With physical events canceled due to the coronavirus, the biggest event in Apple's calendar is happening virtually.
Ready. Set. Code.
You can buy this one-off Tesla Model S Wagon for $200,000
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The asking price for the one-of-a-kind station wagon
Design
Tesla wants you to pay $100 a month for its self-driving features
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The company says it may add full-self driving as a subscription service before the end of 2020.
Tech