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New York City
Executive Editor — CNET
As seen in:  CNET, Yahoo, Wall Street Journal
Covers:  business technology, mobile payments, mobile operating systems, apple iphone, wireless carriers, mobile, apps, smartphones, wireless chips, tablets
Doesn't Cover: enterprise, pcs, pc chips, storage

Executive editor for CNET News; hardcore USC Trojan and Lakers fan; perpetually sleepy; curator of annoying PR.Executive editor for CNET News; hardcore USC Trojan and Lakers fan; perpetually sleepy; curator of annoying PR.

I'm the executive editor at CNET in charge of East Coast coverage and breaking news. I also cover mobile, which remains an area of intense interest to me. Before CNET, I spent nearly ten years covering tech at the Dow Jones Newswires and Wall Street Journal. When I'm not staring at a computer screen or hounding sources, I'm rooting for my beloved USC Trojans and LA Lakers ...

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Page designer for the San Gabriel Valley Tribune's Highlander weekly section.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes.

What's your favorite social network?

Twitter.

Go speed gamer, go! - CNET

Go speed gamer, go!

This US airport offers you the best wireless service - CNET

This US airport offers you the best wireless service

cnet.com — If you're facing a long layover and a phone is your only companion, you'll want to aim to fly into these airports. Southwest Florida International in Fort Myers, Florida, and Sacramento International in Sacramento, California, topped the list for best wireless coverage among the top 50 busiest airports, according to a study conducted by testing firm RootMetrics.

Twitter goes for a Hail Mary with NFL deal (The 3:59, Ep. 22) - CNET

technewsi.altervista.org — On the latest 3:59 podcast, we discuss whether the NFL can bring mainstream interest to Twitter, talk about PayPal's actions in North Carolina, and dabble in a little future tech.

Twitter goes for a Hail Mary with NFL deal (The 3:59, Ep. 22)

cnet.com — Twitter's deal to stream the National Football League's Thursday night games marks a first down for the social network. Or does it? The company has been desperate to attract mainstream attention, and the prospect of NFL games could help draw new interest in its service.

BlackBerry all of a sudden won't say how many phones it's sold - CNET

technewsi.altervista.org — The company breaks from tradition and, in its latest earnings report, omits the number of phones it sold in the quarter. What, then, of the Android-powered Priv?

BlackBerry all of a sudden won't say how many phones it's sold

cnet.com — We still don't have a clue on whether people are giving BlackBerry another a chance. Things remain a little murky despite the company releasing its fiscal fourth-quarter results on Friday. BlackBerry's first Android-powered phone, the Priv, went on sale in November, but it worked with only a few carriers, such as AT&T in the US.

A new iPhone launched! But where are the lines? (The 3:59, Ep. 20) - CNET

technewsi.altervista.org — We take a look at the unorthodox iPhone launch, debate whether Apple should be making its version of the Amazon Echo and look at Amazon's new Dash buttons.

A new iPhone launched! But where are the lines? (The 3:59, Ep. 20)

cnet.com — What if Apple launched an iPhone, and no one showed up? Well, that's sort of what happened today when the company released its iPhone SE to little fanfare. There weren't any lines, but a couple of people did show up to buy the new, smaller phone.
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Apr 30, 2016

@philnickinson Actually he started to pee right after. Fortunately, he was on a changing pad. I went into triage mode quickly.

Apr 30, 2016

The kiddo just projectile pooped for the first time, getting about two feet away. Not sure if I'm disgusted or proud.The kiddo just projectile pooped for the first time, getting about two feet away. Not sure if I'm disgusted or proud.

Apr 27, 2016

RT @The359Podcast: Newest podcast is out, with guest host @danackerman! Talking all things social: Twitter, Facebook, Talkshow. @CNET httpscnet.co/1Uhs7rR//t.co/t63ADNwf2r

Apr 27, 2016

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Apr 25, 2016

@TheSheikh Thanks for the offer. But my challenge is finding time to watch if! Fortunately I have HBO Go.


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