Matt is a journalist with 10 years’ experience in the consumer technology sector.
He is a frequent contributor to a number of titles to major publishers both online and in print.
Also an experienced video editor, videographer and photographer, Matt is currently the Digital Production Editor at What Digital Camera and is Editor of What Digital SLR.
Martin Mathers is the online editor of 360-Gamer.com, the digital counterpart to 360 Gamer Magazine.
He’s worked in the games industry for over a decade, edited some of the best games magazines in the world, worked with some of the best people in the industry and played far, far too many games (and eaten far too many biscuits) for his own good.
Sophie is Media Correspondent and Public Relations Manager and is consistently telling journalists why PriceRunner rocks.
She's a complete technophile and is always looking for gadgets and gizmos to help around the home.
Alex is a London-based journalist who’s been a tech addict for as long as he can remember.
He’s been writing for tech websites and publications for a few years but still gets excited at new industry developments.
Even though his wallet doesn’t always allow getting his hands on every new piece of kit, he loves seeing what the geniuses of the tech world will come up with next.
A trained journalist and experienced blogger, Katherine Prescott only recently fell in love with technology thanks to the creation of better consumer products that don’t require a computer science degree to use.
Natalie is a serial blogger and has worked as an editor in digital, print and kids' TV.
Natalie is a massive word geek and gets saddened when she doesn’t win at Scrabble.
Lucy Arthur is a journalist, blogger and all-round technology fanatic.
Her love for technology began at primary school with an obsession with the latest computer game devices.
Duncan writes and podcasts for T3 magazine and T3.com, covering his main interests – drinking, arguing, bad customer service, himself – in great depth, in articles and shows that are ostensibly about technology.
You could say that he takes "a sideways look at tech", but then he would have to kill you.
Zara Stone Rabinowicz is a social media strategist, full-time journalist and long-term blogger. She specialises in consumer electronics like eReaders, start-ups and social media, with a special interest in how technology is affecting everyday life – from QR codes in supermarkets to fashion inspired by technology.
Zara has previously edited girls gadget site ShinyShiny.tv in the UK, has been a Staff Writer for Stuff Magazine and has regularly appeared on Sky News and BBC News as a technology reporter. She’s been published in including Psychologies Magazine, Saga Magazine, Fabulous Magazine, Stylist Magazine and the Guardian Newspaper as a technology expert. She’s currently freelance journalist for ChipChick.com.
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