Eliane Fiolet

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Eliane Fiolet is the co-founder and editor of Ubergizmo.com where she writes in English about consumer technology, cool prototypes and innovations.
Launched in Silicon Valley in 2005, and distributed in six languages (en/fr/de/es/it/jp), Ubergizmo is one of the top consumer tech news websites in the world.
Ubergizmo launched in
Japan in August 2018.

Eliane is also an Advisor to the Board for Kolibree, the world’s first connected electric toothbrush and French success story featured on U.S national media. Kolibree won two CES awards in 2017 and 2018.
Since 2017, she is an Advisor to the Board and cofounder at CareOS, an award-winning IoT platform dedicated to beauty and health in the bathroom.

Ubergizmo is a Webby Award Honoree and has been featured in major media such as The Wall Street Journal, German national TV 3Sat, Stern magazine, Japanese newspaper NIKKEI, BBC online, and USA Today.

Eliane became an American citizen in 2014. In 2015, she has been knighted in the
National Order of Merit, by the French government.

She is a pioneer in the Fashion and Tech movement, that became later a hot trend in Silicon Valley with the rise of wearable technology. Her highly successful 2009 “fashion and tech” Digital Summer tech event was the first of its kind.

Originally a Math/Physics major, she chose to earn a visual communication Master’s Degree before working in visual identity with prestigious firms such as Minale Tattersfield Design Strategy. Technically savvy, Eliane also designed UX for an award-winning adventure video game.

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Recent stories this author

TomTom and Verizon To Improve Safety of Emergency Vehicles over 5G

10/07/2019, TomTom and Verizon were exhibiting at TC Disrupt 2019 in San Francisco last week, and they announced their plans to make intersections safer for emergency vehicles using 5G.According to a NHTSA’s report (2014), each year in the U.S., there are about...

Ubergizmo’s Best of IFA Awards

09/07/2019, IFA is officially going on until Sept 11, but if you haven’t had time to follow all the IFA news, our Best of IFA 2019 is what we want you to take away from this show. These are the products that caught our attention for their quality, novelty,...

Garmin Venu, GPS smartwatch with AMOLED Display

09/06/2019, Garmin unveiled Venu, its GPS smartwatch featuring an AMOLED screen that delivers up to 5 days of battery life. Since AMOLED technology uses less energy when the display background is black, it made sense for the smartwatch maker to create such a product.

LG G8x ThinQ Dual-Screen: Folding For The Masses?

09/05/2019, As the industry explores the expansion of mobile phone displays, LG has refrained from jumping too deep into foldable screens as it focuses on “tactical innovation,” which means that the company will only heavily invest in producing proven...

Lenovo Yoga C740 and C640 Launched @ IFA

09/05/2019, Built as a “Productivity” laptop, the Yoga C740 also comes in 14” and 15” versions. As you can imagine, the 15.6” version has a little bit more battery life, but with only an estimated 1.3 hours more, it may not make that big...

Lenovo Yoga S740: For Creators

09/05/2019, Lenovo and other PC OEMs have caught on the rising tide of creators, and the Yoga S740 is designed for them, with a great performance/price ratio that includes a discrete GPUs for intensive tasks such as video effects and compression. The Yoga S740 comes...

Yoga C940: The New Lenovo Consumer Champion

09/05/2019, IFA is where Lenovo announces the high-end Yoga laptop refresh, and this year, the Lenovo Yoga C940 (14”+15”) takes on the role of luxury consumer laptop, replacing the Yoga C930 announced at IFA 2018 and reviewed a bit later on Ubergizmo.

TCL launches RAY.DANZ Sound Bar with Dolby Atmos

09/05/2019, Today TCL unveiled its brand-new TCL TS9030 RAY.DANZ Sound Bar, a 3.1-channel Dolby Atmos sound system with premium audio. The TCL RAY.DANZ delivers a crisp and powerful 360-degree surround sound experience from a sleek and thin chassis that features a...

PUMA Smartwatch, Powered by Wear OS

09/05/2019, Back in April 2018, the Fossil Group announced a 10-year partnership with PUMA to design, develop and distribute PUMA smartwatch. PUMA had to catch up to rivals in sportswear Nike and Adidas which partnered with Apple and Fitbit, respectively.

IFA, a Leading Consumer Tech Show in Berlin, Sept 6-11, 2019

08/26/2019, We are soon heading to IFA, the European consumer tech showcase held in Berlin every year. Ubergizmo has been covering IFA since 2013 and is an official media partner of the 2019 edition. IFA has grown significantly over the years to attract over 245,000...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

07/31/2019, Ahead of its Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event in New York, Samsung has announced its new flagship Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab S6, the successor of the Galaxy Tab S4. This high-end 10.5-inch tablet aims to complete Samsung’s Android tablet portfolio,...

The SIX, Next-gen Carry-on by G-RO

06/18/2019, We published about G-RO when the company launched its first very successful crowdfunding campaign in 2015 ($3.3M), to support the development of their intelligent luggage G-RO, a well-designed carry-on equipped with strong wheels, a 20,000 mAh battery and...

Safera Sense Smart Cooking Sensor

04/27/2019, #IFAGPC19 – There was a lot of cooking related devices showcased at IFA GPC 19 and Safera Sense was one of the most interesting ones. Safera is a Finnish company that specializes in the prevention of cooking fires, it manufactures stove guards since...

Huawei Matebook 13 Premium Laptop

01/08/2019, Huawei is extending its PC Laptop market reach with the new Huawei Matebook 13, a premium laptop priced just below the current Matebook X Pro we previously reviewed. The goal is to bring the same look and feel as the X Pro but make it slightly more...

Dell XPS 13 (9380) Gets New Webcam, CPU and Colors

01/08/2019, CES if the traditional time for Dell to update its Dell XPS 13 design (Model 9380 this time), and we got eyes on it. At first glance, it looks very much like the XPS 13 we’re all familiar with by now.