For the past seven years, I’ve been on the pulse of the wireless sector, and reported on how it integrates in both the consumer electronics industry and enterprise audiences. As an analyst, I’ve taken pride in coming up with new solutions to the toughest problems facing consumers in wireless, and championed adoption of those solutions.
In my earliest career days, I founded PhoneNews.com, one of the largest members of the mobile media, to which I still contribute editorials and other not-so-secret stuff. Today, I serve as a consultant to Silicon Valley and beyond.
From firmware over the air, to Wi-Fi tethering, from MRDs to PRDs… I’ve been been there, to tell companies how to get there.
That’s not to say I’m all about tech. From business to automative, and wireless to telematics, plus a bit of video game console engineering in between, I’m happy to tackle it all.
To learn more about my work, check out my jobs page. I also do consulting, so if you have some tech issue… big or small, chances are I can help (or, at least, point you in the right direction).
And, I also have a contact page, where I try to answer as many emails as I can.