A little about me
Short Bio: When his parents denied him a Super NES, he got mad. When they traded a prize Sega Genesis for a 2400 baud modem, he got even. Years of Internet shareware, eBay'd possessions and video game testing jobs after that, he joined Engadget. He helped found The Verge, and later served as Gizmodo's reviews editor. Now, he's here to take names and chew bubblegum at CNET. Sean's wife works for Facebook as a business-to-business video project manager.
Tech Interests: Smart Appliances, Cell Phones, Televisions, Digital Cameras, Tablets, Laptops, Car Tech, Software and Apps, How to Tech, Apple news and products, Microsoft news and products, Google news and products, Games and gear, Deals, Latest tech news, Events and announcements, Community
Os: Windows, Mac OS X, Chrome, iOS, Android, Other
Machine: One Lenovo ThinkPad X240, one home-built gaming PC, three monitors, loads of game consoles, a Nintendo 3DS and an Nvidia Shield Portable. Plus way, way too many computers, tablets, and smartwatches lying around from companies who sent them to me for testing.