I write about consumer tech and the culture surrounding it: social media platforms and the tech giants, to AI, developers, and all the many (and sometimes strange) ways these technologies affect our lives.
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Freelance tech and science writer (Gizmodo, TechRadar, T3, PopSci, ScienceAlert, New Atlas, Guardian, Telegraph, Popular Mechanics, etc)
I am a journalist, working as a feature writer and columnist for the Evening Standard. I previously worked as a news reporter for the Daily Mail newspaper, South West News Service and the Liverpool Echo. I also have reporting experience with the Daily Telegraph, the Times, MailOnline, the Mail on Sunday and a number of local and regional newspapers.
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.
Karen Gilchrist is a Make It reporter for CNBC. Based in the Singapore office, she covers Asia Pacific entrepreneurship, careers and more.
Todd Bishop is co-founder and editor of GeekWire, a longtime technology journalist who covers subjects including cloud tech, e-commerce, virtual reality, devices, apps and tech giants such as Amazon.com, Apple, Microsoft and Google. A native of Orland, Calif., he has worked as a reporter for publications including The Philadelphia Inquirer, Puget Sound Business Journal and Seattle P-I.
Frederic covers enterprise, cloud, developer tools, Google, Microsoft, gadgets, transportation and anything else he finds interesting. He owns just over a 50th of a bitcoin.
I'm Chris Welch, and I'm a senior news editor at The Verge. I've worked there since the site's launch in 2011, and in that time I've published over 4,300 articles. My work is a mix of news, product reviews, analysis, and more. I've consistently been among The Verge's most-read journalists over the years and have helped to define and lead by example the team's first-rate news operation, which has earned a reputation for speed, accuracy, and a clear / direct style.
Derek Thompson is a staff writer at The Atlantic, where he writes about economics, technology, and the media. He is the author of Hit Makers and the host of the podcast Crazy/Genius.
Malarie Gokey is the deputy editor for the Reviews Team. Along with the executive editor, she helps manage editorial operations for the team, including in-house and freelance staff. She has seven years of experience covering consumer technology.
Leigh Buchanan is an editor-at-large for Inc. magazine. A former editor at Harvard Business Review and founding editor of Webmaster magazine, she writes regular columns on leadership and workplace culture.
Having lived for years in the cruel grip of burnout, I cured myself by researching how to achieve more in less time, testing productivity hacks, and looking at the psychology behind efficiency. What it taught me is that hard work does not yield greater success
Anna Patty is Workplace Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. She is a former Education Editor, State Political Reporter and Health Reporter. Her reports on inequity in schools funding led to the Gonski reforms and won her national awards. Her coverage of health exposed unnecessary patient deaths at Campbelltown Hospital and led to judicial and parliamentary inquiries. At The Times of London, she exposed flaws in international medical trials.
Labor and workplace reporter for NY Times. Ex-TNR. Author of The Escape Artists, book on Obama admin & economy.
Reporter at the Wall Street Journal, covering workplace issues.
Workplace reporter at the Wall Street Journal, author of In Cheap We Trust, confessed skinflint.
Jessica is a Sydney-based journalist covering personal finance, economy, the gig economy, property, retail, workplace and career issues.
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