We love gadgets and the technologies that make the gadgets go.
We are geeks to the core, but we also talk about electronics in a way that everyone can relate to. We take everything into consideration from design, to user interface to practicality, pricing and competition.We make lists to help you decide what gadgets you need (or don’t). And we deliver live coverage at conferences like CES (Las vegas, USA), IFA (Berlin), Mobile World Congress (Barcelona, Spain), CEATEC (Tokyo, Japan), Google I/O (Silicon Valley, USA) CTIA, DEMO, GDC, and more so our readers can feel like they are there with us. If it’s cool, we are covering it.
And our hard work is paying off: we are a Webby Award Honoree, have been nominees at the Bloggies and voted in the top 100 blogs for PC Magazine and the Hot Site on USA Today. But most importantly, we are reaching out to electronics lovers around the world. Launched in Silicon Valley in 2005, Ubergizmo is distributed in 6 languages and read in over 200 countries. Check us out!
Co-Founders & Editors
Eliane Fiolet, Co-Founder, CEO
Eliane Fiolet is the co-founder and editor of Ubergizmo.com where she writes in English about consumer technology including consumer IoT, AR/VR hardware, drones, mobile applications, smartphones, wearable tech, car tech, design, cool prototypes and innovations.
Prior to opening her own agency and start Ubergizmo, Eliane worked for a top design firm, Minale Tattersfield Design Strategy, where she created identities for Fortune 500 companies. She also worked in the video game industry as a designer for an award-winning adventure game and as a UX designer for web applications in the Silicon Valley.
She also worked in the video game industry as a designer for an award-winning adventure game. Originally a Math/Physics major, she chose to earn a visual communication Master’s Degree before working in visual identity and in the video game industry. Email me, Twitter, Facebook, Google+. Photo by Hermance Triay
Hubert Nguyen, Co-Founder, CTO
Hubert Nguyen is the co-founder and editor of Ubergizmo.com. He is a retired engineer who programmed special-effects demos such as “Nalu” or “Vulcan. Hubert also managed the developer education program and edited the GPU Gems 3 book.
Before joining NVIDIA, Hubert worked at 3dfx interactive. Prior to that, he wrote Assembler code for 3D-Engines in various video games at Cryo Interactive.
Hubert started to program 3D graphics in 1991 when he was involved in the underground European DemoScene. Email me, Twitter, Facebook, Google+. Photo by Hermance Triay
Tyler Lee is a former wireless carrier employee. He loves technology and all the possibilities have always fascinated him.
He spends spend too much time in front of the computer, blames World of Warcraft for that. He is huge fan of music and has been known to play at least four instruments to date, although that number might increase in the future.
Fight Club is his favorite movie because of the awesome one-liners. He’s a foodie who thought of becoming a chef, but the ultimately preferred tech life. Email me
Adnan Farooqui: Adnan is inching toward his law degree with each passing day. He loves technology and loves writing about it even more. He likes to read a lot of books, play golf, travel and watch Formula 1. Email me
Michael Nguyen After being our first system administrator (which means that he saves the day when the server goes haywire, hopefully from a traffic spike),
Michael now writes reviews and in-depth tutorials at Ubergizmo. He holds a degree in computer sciences with a major in databases. In a previous life, Michael also wrote hardware reviews for a computer magazine. He is based in Knoxville, Tennessee. Email me
Karsten Lemm: Karsten is a veteran journalist currently working for Stern Magazine. He is also a great photographer and occasionally contributes to Ubergizmo from San Francisco. Website, Twitter
Ravit Lichtenberg: Ravit is the founder of Ustrategy, a consulting firm that turns technology into desirable products.
Ravit has over 15 years of experience, and has consulted to a variety of executives, start-ups, and Fortune 50 corporations. Before launching Ustrategy, she worked as a Customer Experience Strategist at Hewlett-Packard Co. Website, Twitter