Andrew Evers is an associate producer for CNBC.com based at the network's San Francisco bureau, CNBC@1Market.
A graduate of Chapman University, he comes from an extensive background in the film industry. Previously, Evers held positions with the YouTube channel TechnoBuffalo and Blizzard Entertainment.
CNBC gets a first look at a company that will deliver drugs to your door after you order them on your Alexa from the comfort of your home.
Converus has developed a test that uses eye tracking technology to detect if a person is lying.
In addition to the translation of 40 languages, these headphones can also alert users to notifications, send texts and give directions.
CNBC gained exclusive access to spend the day with the CEO of Oracle, Mark Hurd, at OpenWorld 2017.
Adapted from a DJI octocopter, the DroneHunter is equipped with Fortem's lightweight radar units and net-shooting cannons.
Clutter will package, move and catalogue customers' items and bring them back on-demand. Clutter's raised more than $90 million.
Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are worth buying now, and there's no need to wait for the iPhone X unless you absolutely need cutting-edge features.
Instagram ready museum pop-ups are selling out across the U.S. If you can't share it online, did it happen at all?