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David is a freelance technology journalist who has been writing about Android apps and gadgets since the earliest days of the platform. He spends most of his time experimenting with phones, tablets and most other types of tech, particularly if it's Google-related.
Former lion tamer, Girls Aloud backing dancer and habitual liar Gary Marshall has been writing about technology since Google was two guys in a garage. He's written for many fine magazines, newspapers and websites, written a range of how-to-books and a novel, co-written a BBC documentary series and dishes out weekly tech advice on BBC Radio Scotland.
Kris Carlon comes to the AndroidPIT Editorial Team via a lengthy period spent traveling and relying on technology to keep him in touch with the outside world. He joined the Android community while resurfacing in civilization back in 2010 and has never looked back, using technology to replace his actual presence in other people's lives ever since. He can usually be found juggling three phones at once and poring over G+ posts, Reddit and RSS feeds.
Loie Favre found her way to her present passion for Android and smartphone technology after experiencing an epiphany when she held her Galaxy Note 2. From that point onwards, you can find her with her nose buried in countless Android apps and different smartphone models, and thanking her lucky stars that she gets to work at something she loves.
Mary has worked as a content manager and has experience in working with ad serving for many highly respected websites. She is now the Market Analyst for AndroidPIT.com. She made the switch from iPhone to Android and does not plan on ever going back.
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Omar has been a dedicated Android user since 2011. He began his career as a print journalist before a move into digital editing. He is passionate about technology and, since relocating from Sydney to Berlin, now shares his passion as part of the AndroidPIT team. His mission now is to help readers of AndroidPIT find the best hardware and software.
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Buying an HTC Desire back in 2010 ignited Paul's passion for Android and was perhaps the catalyst that would later result in him leaving his job as Global Editor-in-Chief at TechRadar to join AndroidPIT. With almost 20 years of editorial experience in print and online, Paul now works with AndroidPIT's team of international editors to help you find the best new Android hardware and apps.
A tech aficionado since he first picked up a NES controller, Robert has written about technology, videogames, and film across a range of sites and magazines, including Den of Geek, Gamasutra, and Computeractive. At AndroidPIT, he'll be bringing you the latest Android news and reviews from the front line in the UK.
Originally from the UK, Scott graduated in Popular Music Studies at Newcastle University and attributes most of his success there to his beloved Samsung Galaxy S2. A lifelong Android fan, Scott has never owned an Apple device, of any kind, and doesn't see this changing anytime soon.
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Started working in the News Business Ages ago for a regional broadcasting Company and later for one of the world’s largest News Agencies. Tried something new in Online Marketing and started to learn everything about Data. Data Mining, Data Analysis, User Flow, User Experience - everything! When he’s not staring at endless Data Sheets, he’s photographing and loves to try out the newest Tech-Stuff.
Eric has been witrh AndroidPIT since 2014. He’s writing articles and tests for the German website. After a slow start with the Xperia P, he upgraded to a Nexus 4 very soon. With Nico’s support, he startet his first experiments with custom ROMs. Now that he has tasted blood, he continues modding and fiddling about. Also, he’s very fond of sushi.
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A passionate fan of Big Data since 2008, Georg has been combining his love for the newest gadgets and analytics at AndroidPIT since 2012. Assisted by an international Team of Market Analysts, hes dissecting the latest technological trends and user behaviour, ensuring that readers can find what they are looking for at AndroidPIT.
Nico Heister fell in love with Android when he bought the Motorola Milestone back in December 2009. He is passionate about hardware, software and all sorts of technology. He is curious about new things and is always on the lookout for new apps and gadgets. He is known for drinking too much coffee and sleeping too little. In his free time, he enjoys a good movie and long walks on the beach. The last part isn't true.
Seit 1999 schreibt und moderiert Shu On schon über die bunte Welt der IT- und Telekommunikation. Seine Karriere begann als Moderator bei fünfstündigen TV-Sendung NBC GIGA und führte ihn über mehrere Stadtion, bis er im Mai 2015 zum AndroidPIT-Team stieß. Seine Leidenschaft für mobile Endgeräte und Gadgets kennt keine Grenzen. egal ob Android, iOS oder Windows , Shu fühlt sich in jedem OS zu Hause.
Sophia discovered her passion for Android while looking for a replacement for her beloved Sidekick. She found it in the shape of a T-Mobile G1. At AndroidPIT, she is responsible for the users well-being and helps in making the forum and blog run smoothly. In her free time, she bakes cakes, goes to the movies and test new gadgets. Her newest achievements are a Nexus 6 and a Sony Smartband.
Stefan Grund is not only an avid hobby gamer who has spent countless hours in the colorful video game world, he has been writing since 2006 as a professional journalist about the latest games, trends and scandals. After more than nine years working for a PlayStation and Xbox web page he has found at AndroidPIT a new wonderful home and indulges his passions also here: Playing video games and writing about them.
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After years of political journalism with WELT and ZEIT Online, it was time for Stephan to change direction. His background in social science and his enthusiasm about the future naturally led him to where socially transformative technology is being celebrated: AndroidPIT. He is a colossal science geek and a passionate musician, and he loves introducing people to the changing zeitgeist - beyond bare figures and spec sheets.
E-mail address: se.tipdiordnaI love AndroidPIT [ta] asnerp
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Isabel is Chief Editor of AndroidPIT Spain. She studied Journalism and has used Android since 2011 (her first Android phone was a Galaxy S). Since then, she has been a faithful defender of the operating system for its software functions, customization possibilities and by offering a product which adapts to each user. Furthermore, she is an inveterate cinephile, has zero sense of direction and sometimes manages to talk and contradict herself at the same time.
Iñigo Ochoa is a freelance editor. He focused his career and studies on the automotive way, specializing in content writing and testing of motor vehicles. Android Auto is one of his biggest concerns in the world of new technologies applied to the cars.
Kike works as Market Analyts for the spanish AndroidPIT, and writes occasionally for the blog. He studied Media & Communication in Madrid, where he also lived and worked during 10 years. He loves horror and science fiction films and you can ask him about almost any tv series. Chucky is the love of his life.
Luis is an editor and moderator of the forum. He was born and raised in Granada where he studied Geology and Education. After many professional experiences, he landed at AndroidPIT in 2015. A confessed geek, Luis likes open source software and, of course, Android. He loves apps that manage bad memory and make life easier. He loves the sea and enjoys his free time on any kind of board.
Born in Valencia, Spain, Sergio defines himself as a huge fan of tech and video games. Since the arrival of Android, he found in this operating system the best tool to do what he was best at: wasting time in front of a screen. Among his passions are sci-fi, cycling and eating between meals.
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Having worked for a big technology company and for a mobile device certification office in Brazil, Arthur moved to Berlin in 2012 and started working in the digital marketing field. In 2013, he joined AndroidPIT as a Market Analyst. Apart from mobile, tech and app related stuff, he enjoys movies, travelling and heavy rock music.
Degree in Web Design and Relationship Marketing, is in love with Android devices and a good cup of coffee. Currently living in São Paulo is always tuned in all the trends, innovations and launches the mobile market. Love watching videos and reviews whenever possible are involved in any discussion about technology.
Camila Rinaldi is a journalist who was born in Brazil. She is Italian on her father's side and German on her mother's side, but is a world citizen by conviction. Camila has lived in Berlin since 2011 and lives in constant discovery. She is dying for Google Glass (which works) and expects an Asian manufacturer to solve the smartphone battery problem.
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Daniel is fascinated by mobile technology, especially when it comes to Android, apps, rooting and modding. He has been working in the area for more than five years and chose AndroidPIT to channel his opinions, thoughts and tutorials.
From Porto Alegre, a little suspicious about all this new tecs, but curious enought to and try them all. Android user firstly by imposition and then because of love.
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Pierre is working for AndroidPIT as a Market analyst. Passionate about new tech and innovation, AndroidPIT is the perfect place for him to develop his career. Using a Galaxy Note for almost three years, Pierre recently switched for the Oneplus One. Android has no secret for him : from Ice Cream Sandwich to CyanogenMod 11 !
Quentin is Editor-in-Chief for AndroidPIT.fr. Since his first video game console, a NES, he's been a tech enthusiast. Now that he owns or think he owns all the test devices in the office, he's always trying to find the best apps, the best mods and the last secret about the next Android update.
Tony discovered Android in 2009. Since then, he's sharing his passion everyday with you, checking every news about Android, apps and reporting the most exciting ones.
E-mail address: ti.tipdiordnaI love AndroidPIT [ta] apmats
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Daria discovered what is now her favorite operating system when she decided to buy her first smartphone back in 2011: a Samsung Galaxy Mini. Needless to say, she spent days exploring the different settings and functions, only to discover that it was merely the surface she was looking at. Android is full of secrets and hidden possibilities and it became a game for her to try and uncover all of them. This is why she joined the AndroidPIT team, to share all those secrets with the rest of the Android fans.
Symbian has for years known no rivals, but iOS soon arrived to the scene to mess with the balance and finally Android arrived to free the way we communicate once and for all. Change is good, but turning back was never an option for him. Dario is passionate about Android Auto to a point where he would change car with every new OS update.
Italian editor and Android lover: with her, all the most intimate secrets of Android will be revealed! Chronic traveler, a lover of good wine and good food, Jessica is crazy for shopping and passionate about technology! What's never missing in her bag? A book, an MP3 player, her Android smartphone and an external battery!
Mariangela has a strong passion for new technologies, digital marketing, foreign languages, backpacking, modern art and electronic music. People say she is curious like a cat, and she definitely is. In fact she likes always to ask, to search and explore until she is happy with what she gets. Recently entered the fascinating world of Android and definitely not even thinking about leaving it!
A big fan of computer science and videogames for as long as he remembers, Mattia now has the chance to cultivate his passion developing apps and games for Android. His deep interest for the open source operating system goes from hardware specs to software procedures like rooting and bug fixing, or simply by trying out new apps and features.