The Droid Blog is a multimedia effort built by tech enthusiasts and experts to examine how technology impacts our present and will change our future. We believe that technology has migrated from the fringes of the culture to the center of the world as more people transform into digital consumers. We live in a world of phones, gadgets and screens. These changes have ushered in revolutions in science, transportation and media.
With the future arriving faster than ever, it’s important that we catch up with the evolving technology.
This is where Droid Blog comes in.
Our Editorial Mission
The Droid Blog’s mission is to make the changing world useful to you. We aim to inform our readers about the latest news in technology that affects home, health, climate and culture. At the same time, we educate our readers on how to get the most out of them.
Trust our team of experts for news, features, analysis, commentaries, advice, FAQs, buying guides, reviews and amazing photography.
We depend on our relationship with our readers to ensure our reporting is useful. So we welcome feedback. Let us know if you have any comments or suggestions. Knowing that our coverage helps our readers (this includes our mistakes, too!) and that we answer questions helps us be a better online space for readers.
Keep up with technology with the Droid Blog today.
Martin Evans – Martin is the news editor of the Droid Blog. His interest in tech began with the Dell Dimension 9200c his father ordered from the QVC. When he’s not writing news on Google’s releases or other tech news, he enjoys playing games on his computer, playing basketball and going on bike rides.
Louise Roth – Louis is a globetrotter who used to work as a translator and schoolteacher in the UK. She is the Droid Blog’s science reporter in charge of technology concerning climate change and the environment. She is also a part-time baker.
Chris West – University professor Chris is passionate about technology, science and the environment. His favorite topics are electric vehicles and sustainable energy. When he’s not writing for the Droid Blog, he follows Formula 1 with a keen interest.