Andrew Lumby

Andrew Lumby

Born and raised in South Africa, Andrew Lumby is The Fiscal Times' Technical Producer. He also writes about gaming, entertainment and technology.

Recent Stories By Andrew Lumby:

  • These Amazing Photos of 2015 Tell Stories All Their OwnJanuary 1, 2016

    It only takes seconds nowadays for any world event to be Tweeted, Snapchatted, or Periscoped. From there, it filters to wire services and mainstream news outlets to be reported on, 24/7 cable TV or...

  • Jetpacks, Spying TVs, and the Post-Apocalypse: The Future is NowNovember 13, 2015

    It’s Official, Netflix is Better Than Broadcast TV The results are in, and the online streaming giant is objectively better - at least when it comes to original shows. Rob Toledo of streaming news...

  • This Week in Tech: 4 Developments You Need to KnowNovember 6, 2015

    Snapchat Can Now Keep Your SelfiesAh, Snapchat. The inherent appeal of this dubious social network is that all photos and videos taken with it are temporary — lasting only as long as it takes to view...

  • Ben Carson’s New Radio Ad: Hip-Hop for the GOPNovember 5, 2015

    Apparently Ben Carson does rap music. ABC News got its hands on the retired neurosurgeon and current Republican frontrunner’s upcoming radio ad, a 60-second track featuring rapper Aspiring Mogul....

  • How Apple Could Put Your Favorite Website Out of BusinessSeptember 17, 2015

    For media companies and other businesses that rely on web advertising for income, ad-blocking has long been a scourge that threatens their livelihood. Thankfully for them, though, ad-blockers such as...

  • The Ashley Madison Hack: Everything You Need To KnowAugust 20, 2015

    Illicit sex. There, we said it. That’s the main reason — but not the only one — you might have noticed a bit of buzz about a website called Ashley Madison. That name might mean fairly little to you...

  • The Secret Weapon That Could Push Walker, Bush or Christie Over TrumpAugust 13, 2015

    Maybe it’s the protective “father factor” or just a visceral reaction to brute strength, but American voters choose candidates with deep voices. A new study by the University of Miami and Duke...

  • Should You Upgrade to Windows 10?July 28, 2015

    Windows 10 is finally getting a wide release on Wednesday, and will be offered as a free upgrade to everyone who currently holds a license for Windows 7 or 8, or a Windows Phone. If you don’t have...

  • 6 Amazing Features Hidden in Your SmartphoneJuly 21, 2015

    The smartphone is already an incredible device. Besides the standard fare of calling, texting, and sending pictures of cats, the app ecosystem has extended the abilities of phones in surprising ways...

  • Why Twitter Is a Minefield for the GOPJuly 3, 2015

    Bobby Jindal seems like a perfectly good guy. He probably even sorts his recycling. To say he’s politically unpopular, though, would be an understatement. As governor of Louisiana, he is currently...

  • The New Spider-Man: Sony and Marvel Bet Big on Tom HollandJune 23, 2015

    After much speculation and debate, Marvel has finally revealed who will play Peter Parker in its next Spider-Man reboot — and it’s not a name you’ll be likely to recognize: 19-year-old Tom Holland....

  • FCC Slaps AT&T with $100 Million Fine for Throttling Internet UsersJune 17, 2015

    The FCC on Wednesday slapped AT&T hard, proposing a $100 million fine — the largest the agency has ever handed down — for what it described as the phone and broadband giant’s misleading customers...

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