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ComputerWorld

Online Magazine

Country: USA

Media Market: Los Angeles

Computer World is a printed magazine covering everything related to IT, computers, network security and more in general hardware and software technology. From its launch in 2014 as a digital publication, it has recorded very high visitors volumes, reaching – at press time – over 5M visitors.
New mobile trends and software specific questions (such as “how do I vlookup in Excel?”) represent the topics with more views within the digital publication.
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Stephen Tozeski
+1 (508) 766-5633
[email protected]

ComputerWorld Journalists

Himmy Lopez
Caroline Mitchigan
Roberto Liccardo
Stephen Tozeski

Himmy Lopez
Caroline Mitchigan
Roberto Liccardo
Stephen Tozeski

Himmy Lopez
Caroline Mitchigan
Roberto Liccardo
Stephen Tozeski

Himmy Lopez
Caroline Mitchigan
Roberto Liccardo
Stephen Tozeski

Himmy Lopez
Caroline Mitchigan
Roberto Liccardo
Stephen Tozeski

Himmy Lopez
Caroline Mitchigan
Roberto Liccardo
Stephen Tozeski

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Direct contact of ComputerWorld journalists

Editor Name Position Email Contact
Mitch Betts [email protected]
Johanna Ambrosio Managing Editor, Technologies [email protected]
Lucian Constantin Reporter [email protected]
Sharon Gaudin [email protected]
Jonny Evans Writer, Apple Blog [email protected]
Scott Finnie Editor in Chief [email protected]
Matt Hamblen Reporter [email protected]
Gregg Keizer Reporter [email protected]
Editors [email protected]
Grant Gross Reporter [email protected], [email protected]
Marc Ferranti Executive News Editor of IDG [email protected]
Ben Kepes Industry Commentator [email protected]
Ellen Fanning Editor [email protected]
Ken Mingis [email protected]
Juan Carlos Perez [email protected]
Zach Miners [email protected]
Sharon Machlis Executive Editor [email protected]
Lucas Mearian Reporter [email protected]
Jeremy Kirk Tech Journalist [email protected]
Mikael Ricknas Test [email protected]
Tracy Mayor Senior Features Editor [email protected]
Agam Shah Reporter [email protected]
Patrick Thibodeau Staff Writer [email protected]

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  • Can Facebook be trusted with a virtual assistant? 20 April, 2019
    Facebook is working on its third virtual assistant.That Facebook would pursue a voice-based, artificially intelligent interface is hardly surprising. A list of the world’s biggest eight companies by market cap contains the complete roster of seven major players in the virtual assistant market: Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Alphabet (Google), Facebook, Alibaba and Tencent. The outlier in […]
  • Windows 7 upgrade nag messages start to show up 19 April, 2019
    Microsoft this week triggered a nag message in Windows 7 Home Premium and Windows 7 Ultimate to remind users that their operating system will drop out of support in a little less than nine months.A month ago, the Redmond, Wash. developer gave customers a heads-up that they would start seeing on-screen messages sometime in April […]
  • 16+ iPhone tips to get things done faster 19 April, 2019
    I’m attempting to put together an attempt at a definitive list of useful but fast tips to get things done quicker and better on an iPhone. Here are some of my favorites.Siri everything Siri is the fastest way to open an app. It’s the fastest way to open Settings for an app – just ask […]
  • Review: Choetech's PowerDual 5 is 'a quality charger with limitations' 19 April, 2019
    The new T535-S PowerDual 5 Coils Fast Wireless Charger pad is marketed as a breakthrough, especially since Apple finally cancelled its own AirPower wireless charger.But Choetech's new charger only resembles the AirPower because of its oval form factor and overlapping, internal, copper charging coils. Unlike Apple's unrealized  charger, the PowerDual only charges up to two smartphones […]
  • Tech event calendar 2019: Upcoming shows, conferences and IT expos 19 April, 2019
    Tech Events Event Description Starts Ends Location Slack Frontiers 2019 (SF) At Frontiers, Slack shares best practices to help leaders and their teams create the right conditions for collaboration. You'll explore how new ways of working through Slack can accelerate performance, bring bigger gains, and keep your organization competitive as you boldly chart the new […]
  • IDG Contributor Network: The birth of the virtual window 19 April, 2019
    With the near-constant increase in display resolution – we’re now talking about 16K displays! – and the constant drop in display panel prices (I have a magnificent 49” display on my desk, for instance), I’ve long believed we could eventually replace the windows in our homes and offices with displays. These could provide a number […]

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    What's a #crypto wallet (and how does it manage #digital currency)? @lucasmearian has the answer. https://buff.ly/2GrBWm2 pic.twitter.com/clEeiUS1Dn
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The next type of link is outreach and that is when you ask for links. A good way to ask is to explain to them why the piece of content you have is valuable for their audience. So you can send an outreach email and say, “Hey I just wrote this blog post, I know that your site is looking for a similar topic I think your audience might find useful would you go ahead and link to it?” That is a great way to ask. You don’t always get the link and will probably just get a few, but those counts very highly. Doing outreach is a great way to get started building links, especially when you’re new and you don’t have lots of popularity yet. Outreach is a wonderful way to acquire links that are very natural in the way they look, but you simply asked for it instead of getting them without asking.
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