I am known for my strong views on mobile technology, online media, and the effect this has on and communication will have on the public conscious and existing businesses. I've been following this space for over ten years, working with a number of publishers, publications and media companies, some for long periods of time, others for commissions, one-off pieces or a series of articles or shows. As Scotland’s first podcaster, I continue to be a prominent voice in the rise of podcasting and new media online, and picked up a British Academy (BAFTA) nomination for my annual coverage of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, alongside contributions to Radio 5 Live, the BBC World Service, presenting Edinburgh local radio's coverage of the General Election.
Nicole Lee is a technology enthusiast who specializes in gadget coverage. She is currently a Senior Editor for Engadget. Before joining Engadget, she was a producer for the TWiT network, where her duties included wrangling products and booking guests.
I write for TechCrunch. Write about the wild new frontier of biotechnology (3D printed organs, one drop blood tests, or hamburgers grown in a lab? I’m your gal), also a bit of politics, gender and diversity and sometimes they put me on camera at TechCrunch to tell you about cool new gadgets and gizmos.
Ian is a freelance contributor for PCWorld.com. I am currently the primary VPN and antivirus critic for both PCWorld and Macworld. This requires testing software and writing knowledgeably about security topics for both Windows 10 and macOS.
Jeffrey is the Lead Editor of PCMag.com. Manages a team of in-house and freelance editors, tripling PCMag.com's video game review volume, and improving the overall article quality.
I work as a technology analyst, writer, and editor for PCMag.com (formerly PC Magazine) on the hardware team, specializing in printers (including 3D printers), scanners, and projectors: testing products and writing reviews, articles, news stories, and photo essays. I also edit reviews, and produce articles online. I also review iPhone and iPad apps, and websites, and write news stories about astronomy and space exploration. I am an avid amateur photographer and have had my photos appear in various print and online publications.
Brian Heater is the Hardware Editor at TechCrunch. He worked for a number of leading tech publications, including Engadget, PCMag, Laptop, and Tech Times, where he served as the Managing Editor.
Richard's love for gadgets was probably triggered by an electric shock at the age of five while poking his finger into power sockets for no reason. Since then he has managed to destroy a few more desktops and phones until he was sent to England to start secondary education. Somehow he ended up in London, where he had the golden opportunity to buy a then senior editor a pint of lager, and here we are. Follow Richard around in electronic stores and you will witness some intense exchanges between him and the sales reps.
Brian X. Chen is the lead consumer technology writer for The New York Times. He reviews products and writes Tech Fix, a column about solving tech-related problems. Before joining The Times in 2011, he reported on Apple and the wireless industry for Wired. He lives in San Francisco.
Jon is the Editor-in-Chief of PCWorld, Macworld, Greenbot & TechHive. He's been covering all manner of consumer hardware since 1995.
I am a technology editor for CNN Business based in San Francisco, California. Since joining CNN as a reporter in 2012, I've covered all aspects of Silicon Valley and its impact on business, politics, families and relationships. As the San Francisco tech editor for CNN Business, I manage our Bay Area bureau and its team of ace reporters. I also write about the technology trends shaping our culture.
I cover technology and business for USA TODAY's Money section.
Senior Technology Reporter with the Telegraph's leading Technology Intelligence desk. Covering UK tech news from London, including UK tech companies, telecoms, gadgets, smartphones and their impact on our daily lives. Other beats in food delivery and transport tech (and until further notice all things Covid-19). Always looking for new contacts, drop me a message.
Owen Gough is Technology e-commerce editor at Hearst UK, who covers all things tech. He specialises in deals, phone upgrades, wearables, the latest audio gear and gaming.
At the Telegraph I'm in charge of reviewing technology products for our brand new section, Telegraph Recommended. Most of my time is spent writing reviews of gadgets and consumer tech products, but I also cover general lifestyle topics including health & fitness and food a& drink on ad-hoc basis for both online and print.
As the photography editor for Digital Trends, I bring with me more than a decade of tech and lifestyle journalism experience. I have written for a variety publications that include Laptop, Men's Fitness, Computer Shopper, More, Best Life, and Men's Journal. My approach to tech is simple: Highlighting the best products that are easy to use with the most bang for your buck. On the side, I am an airline nerd who enjoys building Lego sets.
Gadjo C. Sevilla is Analyst, Business for PCMag. Gadjo has covered various aspects of technology including smartphones, laptops, business solutions, and app ecosystems. He began covering technology and innovation 20 years ago for national newspapers, magazines, and various websites including The Canadian Reviewer, which is a tech enthusiast blog he founded in 2008. Gadjo’s work has appeared globally in various print and online publications including MacWorld Canada, PCWorld Canada, ITBusiness.ca, WhatsYourTech.ca, The Calgary Herald, The Toronto Star, and Metro News.
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