Satyendra writes on smartphones, telecoms, smart devices, social media and, well, pretty much anything related to technology. Satyendra spends most of his spare time reading, watching movies and exploring something new in tech.
Alice is a freelance journalist, producer and presenter.
Stephen is the Senior Editor of TechRadar in Australia, and is obsessed with smartphones, televisions, and consuming all forms of media at the highest quality possible. He's also likely to talk a person’s ear off at the mere mention of Android, Nintendo or Italian horror cinema.
Raymond Zhong joined The New York Times as a technology reporter in 2017. He was previously based in New Delhi for The Wall Street Journal, where he covered India's fast-moving economy and also wrote about life at a busy Indian train station, avalanches and earthquakes in Nepal, the conflict in Kashmir and the surprising number of people in the Maldives who don't know how to swim.
Yuan is a Beijing correspondent for the FT and writes about China’s technology. She was previously a Marjorie Dean intern writing about development economics at The Economist.
He covers many things from mobile apps with great design to fashion, Apple, AI and complex tech achievements.
I cover Tech in India (startups, VCs, ecomm, entreprenrs, IT,smartphones) for Bloomberg @technology. Priors @Forbes @IndianExpress @NYTimes
Ali has over eight years of experience in the technology space, specialising in writing about all kinds of audio gear and TVs. He’s reviewed all kinds of headphones, speakers, audio gear, and televisions over the years, and is the in-house expert on all gadgets with screens and audio drivers. He is of the firm belief that truly wireless earphones are the future, and will always recommend a 4K TV, but not necessarily a smart TV. In his spare time, Ali likes to watch TV shows and movies at home, and is always up for a road trip.
I run The Verge's overnight and/or Asia happenings from Tokyo. I like photography, cats, VR, electronic music, bears, video games, Terrace House, coffee, and ramen.
Steven's interested in ecommerce, mobile, smartphone adoption, gadgets, social media, transportation, and cars.
Ever since I went on the hunt for my first smartphone 4 years ago, I fell in love with Android, smartphones, and everything in between. Now there is nothing I love more than to read and write about Android and mobile tech as a whole.
Joshua is a British content creator who has lived in Spain since a very young age. Over the years, his passion for smartphones developed from a hobby into a job, something that allowed him to spend 18 months writing at various smaller blogs before eventually ascending. Prior to PhoneArena, Joshua spent almost two years at Android Headlines covering the latest tech news from around the world. However, his main focuses were both Android smartphones and apps, two topics which have since become his area of expertise. Joshua joined the PhoneArena team in April 2018.
Jim is Editor of Tech Advisor and has been testing and reviewing products for almost 20 years. These days he covers smart home, drones, laptops, tablets, gadgets, Windows, iOS, dash cams and storage. Jim is also a petrolhead and connoisseur of fine beers.
Lewis Painter is Games Editor at Tech Advisor and Macworld UK. Lewis has always had an interest in technology, and started writing about his favourite gadgets and phone accessories four years ago. He has a particular interest in the Internet of Things and 'smart' accessories.
Our resident News Editor, Henry provides your daily dose of hot tech news, covering everything from new phones and other consumer hardware to the latest security scandals and things that affect you.
Simon Hill is a freelance technology journalist and editor who loves all things tech. You'll find him writing about smartphones, wearables, tablets, software, computing, videogames, and robots all over the internet. He spent several years working in the games industry, and lives in Scotland with his wife and two kids.
John got his first phone aged 12 and since then he's been fixated on all things mobile, churning his way through pretty much every smartphone during his time at TechRadar.
James is Wearables Editor for TechRadar and covers all the big announcements from the best manufacturers making gadgets for your palms, wrists and face. Based in London, James is often testing out the latest and greatest smartwatches, VR headsets and - when he can be motivated to go outside - fitness bands. He also covers mobile phones and tablets too. Be sure to follow him on Twitter for all the latest from the mobile world.
Chris is Reviews Editor at Tech Advisor and Macworld UK, covering news, reviews, features, opinion and video content. Chris can be found writing about almost anything to do with technology but he focuses on mobile, particularly smartphones and tablets. Far from a fanboy, Chris likes getting the best of both worlds by using various operating systems including, but not limited to, Android, iOS and Windows.
Somrata is Staff Writer at Tech Advisor. She hails from Toronto, Canada, where she studied Professional Writing, Visual Culture and Communications before spending some time freelancing as a writer and graphic designer before deciding to move to London in 2017. When she's not writing about tech deals, gadgets, or accessories, she likes to think about new and emerging technologies, well-planned visual design, the future of AI — or how to get away with singing loudly without annoying those around her.
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