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European healthcare, pharma, consumer reporter at Bloomberg News; @NotreDame @columbiajourn.
Consumer Reporter for Bloomberg in #Switzerland.
Tech reporter at @telegraph, @Cityjournalism grad.
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I've been working in technology journalism since 2001, including stints at VNU - now Incisive Media - and IDG, where I'm currently the editor of iPad & iPhone User magazine.
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Prior to becoming Senior Editor at The Verge, Lauren was Managing Editor of consumer tech coverage at Re/code and was a senior tech reviewer at AllThingsD.com. Before that, she worked as a multimedia producer and reporter at the Wall Street Journal Digital Network from 2008 to 2011, where she helped launch its live-streaming video programming and produced and co-hosted the "Digits" technology show. She started her career in media working from the ground up in cable television, most notably at A&E Television Network and ESPN in New York.
I've been writing about and reviewing consumer technology since before the turn of the century. I'm also a photographer and cat herder, frequently at the same time.
Tech reporter for @MarketWatch covering Alphabet & Facebook, among other consumer-focused public companies.
Sweaty, award-winning journalist at @PCMag. All knowing trash heap. Mad prophet of #nontent.
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Lucas Matney is a Writer at TechCrunch covering emerging technologies and venture capital. He covers a wide variety of news from startups and public companies with a particular interest in augmented and virtual reality technologies.
Josh Constine is a technology journalist who specializes in deep analysis of social products. He is currently an Editor-At-Large for TechCrunch and is available for speaking engagements.
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