Corinne Reichert is a Senior Reporter working on the breaking news desk in San Francisco. Previously, she worked at sister publication ZDNet for eight years as the telecommunications reporter and deputy editor. When she's not writing about tech and culture, she's watching Disney movies or soccer games.
With a smartphone OCD since the dawn of Windows Mobile, frantically engaging in eBay swaps for devices like the Cingular Audiovox 5600 or AT&T Tilt, Daniel is mesmerized by the notion to carry one device that fits all your needs. The late Steve Jobs’ “computer in your pocket,” and Eric Schmidt's “you’ll be never bored” ideas have come to fruition, so Daniel can’t help but keep an eye on the mobile. He's been with the PhoneArena team since 2010, notching thousands of articles on his belt. His areas of expertise include but are not limited to mobile hardware, carrier plans, and digesting the vast amount of tech information from the West and the East, to serve educated guesses on where the wind will be blowing in the next phases of the mobile evolution.
Justin is a senior deal Jedi over at 9to5Toys where he heads up our game/app coverage and more. He also covers all things music for 9to5Mac, including the weekly Logic Pros series exploring music production on Mac and iOS devices. Justin is an audio engineer/producer with over 10 years experience.
Currently a consumer technology reporter with MobileSyrup. Canada's leading technology publication. I write daily Canadian technology news ranging from the latest advancements in self-driving cars, to Toronto's premiere e-sports teams. Anything that technology touches (pretty much everything) and interplay between it all is my passion, and I'm glad to write about it everyday. Doing it all while pushing the boundaries of what news media can be in the digital age, makes it even sweeter.
Aliya Ram writes about technology for the FT. She has previously covered asset management and the consumer industries, and reported on India from the FT’s Delhi bureau.
Sam covers technology across Europe, based out of the Wall Street Journal's Paris bureau. He has previously served as a French business correspondent and covered the U.S. television industry. Sam has been a reporter for the Journal since 2005.
Steve should have known that civil engineering was not for him when he spent most of his time at university monkeying with his 8086 clone PC. Although he graduated, a lifelong obsession of wanting the Solitaire win animation to go faster had begun. Always seeking a gadget fix, he dabbles in photography, video, 3D animation and is a licensed private pilot. He followed l'amour de sa vie from Vancouver, BC, to France and now lives in Paris.
Tech guy at @mensxp covering technology & gaming. Formerly: Beebom & PhoneRadar.
Editor by day. Editor by night. Wannabe writer. Full-time cynic.
Sindhu believes that everyone has a story to tell, all you have to do is listen. She likes learning new things and believes that there can never be an end to learning.
Senior Sub Editor @indiaTodayTech | Former Desk editor/Presenter @Gizbot.
Ashleigh is Ecommerce Editor at Tech Advisor and Macworld UK. She keeps readers up to date with the latest news, reviews, features and tutorials. She particularly enjoys spreading the gossip about upcoming Apple products and pondering over leaked parts. When she isn’t busy typing about tech, Ashleigh can be found with her head buried in a novel.
James (Twitter) has been working with TechRadar for over 10 years and is now the Editor-in-Chief of eCommerce at TR and its sister sites including PC Gamer and T3.com. That means he looks after buying guides and deals pages as well as all of the nifty price comparison tools we use to help readers find the best deals on the coolest products. He's been in the field for 17 years, and has travelled all over the world to attend tech shows, product launches and cult gatherings. James' opinions have been inflicted on audiences of BBC TV and radio, The Guardian, and various magazines and he's a grizzled veteran of most tech shows but will never again to return to CeBIT (no means no).
Ingrid is a writer and editor for TechCrunch, joining February 2012, based out of London.
Business editor @wiredUK , formerly @Telegraph and @TheLawyerMag .
Experienced tech and business reporter, plus regular presenting on BBC Radio 4 and the BBC World Service. The technology section of the multiple award-winning BBC News website gets millions of hits per day and I am part of the small team behind its success, producing high-profile articles and videos and running the UK, International and mobile versions of the site, as well as managing our social media presence.
SEO Manager at The Telegraph, freelance journo, music lover and former quiff-wearer
Books & lifestyle blogger by night, Ecommerce Editor at @TechAdvisorUK, @MacworldUK, @Digital_Arts by day.
David Rothwell is the Google Ads Money Expert and has 13 years digital sales experience with Google AdWords, Google Merchant Center, and Google Shopping. He is the author of “The AdWords Bible for eCommerce” and “Fully Booked: How to Sell Your Service and Turn Time into Money.” David’s worldwide clients make money on a commission-only “share of the profits created” basis, not the typical agency model of a percentage of ad spend. This game-changing profit-center strategy means everyone wins — customers, suppliers, payment processors, shipping companies.
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