Edward Cox

is a Heavy contributor. He has worked for the Chicago Tribune, Inc.com, and Daily Northwestern. Follow him on Twitter @edwardcox88 or reach out to him at edward.cox@heavy.com.
  • Slither.io Strategy: 5 Tips and Tricks You Need to Know

    Going in circles trying to make the leaderboard on Slither.io? These 5 Tips and Tricks will help you make top ten in the most Googled video game of 2016.

  • Grizzly Steppe: 5 Fasts Facts You Need to Know

  • Does Donald Trump Use Email?

  • Dov Katz Arrested: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Santa Tracker 2016: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Propel’s T-65 X Wing Star Wars Drone Review

    Propel's miniature Star Wars drones look realistic, but amateur pilots shouldn't expect to send this one into deep space immediately.

  • Jarvis AI: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • GBoard for Android: 4 Reasons to Download the App

  • China to Return US Drone: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Most Searched Person on Google in 2016

  • Popcorn Time Malware: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

    Named after the popular BitTorrent client, Popcorn Time malware makes you choose between infecting your friends or paying a ransom to recover your files.

  • WATCH: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Edward Snowden Q&A

  • Larry Page, Tim Cook Among Silicon Valley Elites Meeting Donald Trump

  • Apple Airpods Ready for Holiday Season

  • PewDiePie’s Net Worth: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Did PewDiePie Delete His Channel?

  • Did YouTube’s Algorithm Change? Reactions from Big, Small YouTubers

  • Dailymotion Hacked, 85 Million Usernames, Passwords Stolen

  • #HourofCode 2016: Superstars Spreading Programming Love

  • New Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

    Starbucks is handing over leadership to Kevin Johnson, a Microsoft executive who will guide the coffee company through digital initiatives.

  • Google’s New Layout Displays News, Tweets in Cards

  • Most Popular Sites in the US: 2016 Year in Review

  • Gooligan Malware: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Will Trump Tweet From an Android as President?

  • Curved iPhone Screen Could Come in 2017

    iPhone has asked its suppliers to make more OLED screens, which create lighter and more flexible designs, according to a WSJ report.

  • Xiaoice: Blacklisted and Taboo Topics on Microsoft’s Chatbot

  • Netflix Tax: Where do Residents Pay Extra for Streaming?

  • Does Facebook Work in China?

  • 9 Best Snapchat Spectacles Videos on Twitter

  • LiFi Technology: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

    Light transmitted WiFi sounds like science fiction. But the technology is growing rapidly, expected to reach a $115 billion global market value by 2022