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Vincent's hunger for tech scoop makes him one of the best in the industry when it comes to getting information on breaking stories. As R3 Media co-founder, Vincent plays an enormous part in keeping SlashGear's editorial agenda fresh and exciting. Vincent loves to travel and enjoy the challenges of covering tech show.
Writing for R3 Media since 2006, Chris Davies is currently the executive editor for SlashGear & Android Community. Based in London, UK, & San Francisco, he's responsible for SlashGear's editorial decisions, and covers all forms of consumer technology.
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An advocate for the open source community, Ewdison Then is the co-founder of R3 Media, the media content company behind SlashGear. Ewdi is responsible for editorial planning, product & business development, strategy, and building the company’s culture.
Chris Burns is a graduate of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design with a BFA in Graphic Design and has worked in design journalism since 2007. He is currently writing for SlashGear as well as Android Community, where he's spearheading the effort to keep the open source community informed on everything Android.
Brittany write for both a living and for fun, which is a strange sort of dichotomy. She spends her days getting paler in the land of anti-sun known as the Pacific Northwest.
Though technically OS agnostic, Nate’s heart and focus will always be with Android. A fan of Google’s Nexus devices, he’s also keenly aware of all things Chrome and Chrome OS, and was among the first to get a Chromebook Pixel when it was launched. Nate has lived and travelled much of the world, and now comfortably resides in the Pacific Northwest.
An open source contributor and holds doubly lethal degrees in Philosophy and Computer Science. When not working, he spends his time lurking and helping out in KDE Project.
A graduate of National University of Singapore, Kim Poh runs in the tunnel of news overload to assist the editorial team on finding scoops. He resides in a beautiful country of Singapore.
Shane has been writing for SlashGear since June 2009. His writing has been published in several well known outlet such as Laptop Magazine and Computer Shopper.
Don Reisinger is a technology and video game columnist. You can see what he's up to each day on Twitter by following him @donreisinger.