Meet The Android Police Editorial Staff

Meet The Android Police Editorial Staff
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Bringing you all the latest news, guides, opinions and jobs happening in the world of mobile technology is a happy full-time job of Android Police. Our editorial team works hard every day to create smartphone, wearable, tablet and smart home content you love, and keeping track of everything worth sharing is a team effort. Contact the Android Police team:

James is the acting editor-in-chief of Android Police, where he helps the team cover all things mobile and beyond. Powered by news, articles, reviews, buyer's guides and more If Android Police writes about it, you can expect it to be involved in some way. He was previously the senior editor for phones at TechRadar, covering the latest developments in smartphones and wearables for over a decade. And yes, that means he's been using an iPhone for a while.

Based in London, James has appeared on BBC News, Al Jazeera and other television channels, podcasts and radio programs as an expert on the latest trends in technology. He was the first journalist to report the return of the Motorola Razr brand to the company's foldable phone series. When he's not thinking about gadgets, you find him watching an incredible amount of movies, eating at the best (affordable) restaurants in London, or playing Hitman 3 for the 47th time.

Stephen is the managing editor of Android Police, which helps people find good words and put them in order. Mostly, these words will keep you updated on latest smartphone news, new devices, latest software updates and upcoming next generation features He has worked in tech media for over a decade, including stints at Phone Arena and Pocketnow.

Stephen could approach her cautiously after greeting her by waving a shiny new phone. While it's easy to be intimidated by flashy apps or loud notifications, in his native environment, Steven is looking for soul mates and is always happy to explain why your phone is so big. Stephen still uses Windows XP and thinks you should too.

Manuel Vaughn joined Android Police as a freelancer in 2019 and moved up to the position of Google Editor. It focuses on Android, Chrome and other Google software products - a staple of Android Police's coverage. Located in Berlin, Germany. Before joining Android Police, Manuel studied media and culture in Düsseldorf and finished his university "career" with a master's degree. This experience gives him a unique perspective on the evolving world of technology and its impact on society. He doesn't hesitate to get into technical details and fancy developer details.

Manuel has remained mostly loyal to the Google phone line, though he currently carries an iPhone in addition to the Pixel 6. In his spare time, Manuel likes to watch a good movie or TV show, travel, and is occasionally available. Berlin's many museums, cafes, cinemas and restaurants.

Will is Android Police's phone editor, covering everything from specs to powering your next phone. He has a lot of thoughts on the current state of Android phones - which you can read in his reviews, editorials, etc. You'll also find him writing our buyer's guides, hoping to help shoppers make the right choices when shopping. Call them next.

Will appears on the Android Police podcast, where he occasionally pokes fun at his colleagues with bad reviews about smartwatches and charging cables, and writes AP Picks on the weekends. In his spare time, he creates podcasts, reruns the same 37 movies, and pretends he doesn't have an endless portfolio of video games. He lives in Buffalo, New York and is always ready to give you chicken wing tips. Try asking.

Taylor was a phone enthusiast for nearly a decade before joining Android Police in 2018, and has since written over a thousand articles on all things Android. He serves as a tools editor, and you'll find his signature on editorials, reviews, comparison buyer's guides and technical explanations, as well as the occasional news release.

Taylor has a soft spot for technology, smart lighting and personal audio that transcends mobile photography. Now there's a good chance he has a Pixel phone In her free time from AP, you can find Taylor hanging out with her two dogs, playing Xbox, or shooting with her beloved Fuji X-T20.

Matt is Android Police's games and apps editor. Since he first tried a TI-99 at the age of four, he has been playing it all his life. Matt is an Android user from HTC Hero and has been covering news roundups, reviews and daily mobile gaming news for over a decade. He is someone who has a unique but deep passion for mobile gaming and strives to move the mobile industry beyond a predatory obsession with making money.

Matt is a cheater and miser (albeit funny), a writer who can instantly find fault with anything, but he chooses to use this power to the fullest from the comfort of his chair to deliver the best games and apps. Good for Android. They don't disappear in the dark.

Steven is a features editor at Android Police. Before joining the company, he was a mobile analyst at PCMag, reviewing hundreds of smartphones and tablets, studying assistive technology developments, and covering Apple and Google's privacy initiatives. When he's not writing or editing, you can find Steven exploring bookstores and working with socially active artists to improve their communities.

Ara Wagoner is the Business Editor at Android Police and loves Chromebooks, accessories, and all things Disney. He spent 7 years honing his product selection and review skills before joining Android Central, following our buyer's guide and product selection, bringing a unique flair to his writing (and plenty of TV/anime references).

Ara waits for the fireworks at home and at Walt Disney World, working full-time on a Chromebook. He loves his Android phones so much that he wears a shoulder strap to keep them close and if you see him without his headphones, run away.

Jules is the Weekend Editor at Android Police and joined the team in 2019. Earlier he worked at Pocketno. He likes public transport, podcasts and people in general. In general, it is interesting to see how technology involves people and how it is used in every field.

Sarah is the Chief Trainer/Editor of Android Police, where she helps young talent and startups navigate the limitless sea of ​​tech journalism. From commercial content to editorial, he has been with everything related to Android and iOS.

In her past life, Sarah was a college professor at Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central, a freelance writer, and in her spare time, a fashion writer, technical editor, author, and trainer. When she's not crammed into tons of items, Sarah's checking out her fitness tech, playing whatever's on her Switch or Xbox Game Pass, or mindlessly populating Wardle.

Dana uses her attention to detail as a copy editor for Android Police. His editing covers business, reviews, news and evergreen content. Raised in a family of writers and technical professionals in Houston, Texas, Dana naturally began her career as a full-time technical writer for Fortune 500 software companies. A decade later, he switched gears and immersed himself in his true passion: editing and writing, developing content for startups and online publications. It's a little fragrant, but (they say) work is all work and no play is dull. Dana enjoys traveling, cooking delicious plant-based meals and entertaining friends and family with the pool/pool, virtual golf and putt. Games, quizzes. , he also loves British television; In fact, her friends call her "Lady Kane".

Colette is a copy editor at Android Police, where she helps writers make articles better and easier to read He has been teaching people to use computers since the days of DOS and has published hundreds of thousands of words since then. He has written dozens of computer books read by international audiences, covered local events for a newspaper on a small tropical island, and added his editorial flair to thousands of Web articles. When she's not glued to the computer, you can find her taking long walks in the woods, pottering in her garden, or sewing a new craft.

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