The top technology journalists in UK, curated by Jona by a team of PR experts.
These journalists are currently reporting for British publications like The Sun, The Independent and The Daily Mirror. These journalists are from top cities in UK, like Londong, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds.
The list comes with verified email addresses, social profiles, location, and brief information. You can contact tech journalists in USA using this list!
"Tech media soulless hipster". Writes for @WiredUK, The Observer, Empire, et al.
Martin Coulter is a technology reporter at the Financial Times, London.
Technology editor and science reporter @independent
Mike Brown is a London-based writer with a passion for tech, politics, and photography. After studying Journalism at Columbia University in New York, he returned to the UK to cover the news as it happens around Europe. His work has been featured in IBTimes, Neowin, Building Magazine, and more.
Steve Ranger is the UK editor-in-chief of ZDNet and TechRepublic. An award-winning journalist, Steve writes about the intersection of technology, business and culture, and regularly appears on TV and radio discussing tech issues. Previously he was the editor of silicon.com.
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.
I'm Emma, a gaming, tech, and fashion journalist as seen on Gadgette, TechRadar, Stuff, and VideoBrains. I'm a fan of videogames, fashion, beauty, tech, and the arts so if you're looking for freelance words in any of these areas look no further. Outside of writing you'll mostly find me reading, baking, gaming, and desperately seeking out my next fix of caffeine.
Bernard Marr is an internationally best-selling author, popular keynote speaker, futurist, and a strategic business & technology advisor to governments and companies. He helps organisations improve their business performance, use data more intelligently, and understand the implications of new technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, blockchains, and the Internet of Things.
Science and technology journalist. Senior reporter @TheEngineerUK.
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.
I’m a freelance journalist and copywriter based in London. I've written hundreds of news articles, features and industry reports over the years covering technology, science and the future.
Rhiannon Williams is i's Technology Correspondent, covering Apple, Facebook, Google and many more of the world's most powerful companies. She writes news, features and regularly reviews the newest smartphones and other gadgets. She writes a technology column on Wednesdays.
Technology journalist and editor in chief of TechForge Media, a series of nine technology and business publications.
I have won multiple awards as a freelance journalist, having covered trading, investment, banking and technology since the start of the millennium.
Senior writer at Fortunemagazine covering AI and disruptive technology and other stuff.
Community reporter Postdoctorate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Doctorate in Regenerative Medicine from the University of Nottingham. Experienced pharmaceutical chemist; MPharm from King's College London and member of the General Pharmaceutical Council, UK. Current research brings together expertise in pharmaceutics with emerging technologies in nucleic acid based therapies and nanomedicine
Fintech journalist & editor of Waters magazine and WatersTechnology, interested in innovation, Lean, Agile, and why so many startups die prematurely.
Jeremy White, product editor of Wired magazine, is a keynote speaker and presenter on innovation in technology, AI, fin tech, IOT, health innovation and design.
I’m Robert – a technology journalist and engineer based in the UK. At work, I’m the Senior Feature Editor and Lead Technical Writer at Android Authority, and contributor to SoundGuys. My coverage expertise includes 4G and 5G networking, machine learning & AI, smartphone SoCs and processor architectures, display technology, and wireless audio.
Olivia is TechRadar's Staff Writer, covering everything from headphones to voice activated assistants. Based in TechRadar's London offices, she previously worked in the music industry for a few years before finding her calling in journalism. In her spare time Olivia loves playing retro video games, hanging with her cat Ethel, and watching RuPauls Drag Race.
Alex Hern is the UK technology editor for the Guardian.
Dominic is Entertainment & Lifestyle Editor for Tech Advisor, Macworld and Digital Arts, writing product reviews, features, and more across tech and gaming. He spends the rest of his time writing about games and films, and wondering why his philosophy degrees didn't prove more useful.
Digital Tech & Science Editor @TheSun. Writes about gadgets, games and science. Likes to climb hills. Probably playing Witcher.
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