Launched in early 2006 as a personal mobile technology blog, by mid 2008 UnwiredView.com has grown into a major mobile tech news and reviews destination on the net.
An international team of dedicated writers provide a comprehensive coverage of daily mobile news, early video and text reviews of upcoming new handsets and is often the first one to break hot mobile stories to English speaking audience.
Unwired View Authors
Stasys Bielinis/ Staska
While I like to play with the latest gadgets, I am even more interested in broad technology trends. With mobile now taking over the world – following the latest technology news, looking for insights, sharing and discussing them with passionate audience – it’s hard to imagine a better place for me to be. You can find me on Twitter as @UVStaska‘
I live and write from Klaipeda, Lithuania
Florin has been writing articles and editing news for various websites (including a giant one) since mid-2006, mostly related to mobile phones and the telecoms industry.
He thinks the 21st century is fascinating and should be called The Smartphone & Web Era. He’s also fascinated by the 19th century, when people dreamed of sending their voice through copper pipes kilometers away – like in his all-time favorite novel, Lands of Glass by Alessandro Baricco.
You can contact him at: florin at unwiredview dot com.
Vlad has been a mobile fan ever since high school, always craving the best gadgets around. Then he discovered the amazing world of smartphones in 2007 and has been reading everything there is to read in this field ever since. From 2008, he has experimented with a few personal blogs focused on mobile, and in 2010 found a perfect fit for his writing in UnwiredView.
He thinks that always-on, broadband internet connectivity was the invention to have the greatest impact on our civilization in the past decades, and may still for many more to come.
He’s excited about the prospect of the next billion people connected to the internet doing so without ever touching a computer and he believes that the future is mobile.
He’s addicted to the internet and his smartphone(s).