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Paul Button, Publishing Director

Former Commercial Director of Stuff Magazine, Stuff TV, What Hi-Fi Magazine, Whathifi.com and more recently Publisher of T3 Magazine, T3.com and The Gadget Show Magazine, Paul has spent the last 10 years launching and publishing some of the most authoritative content in the consumer technology sector. For commercial opportunities please contact Paul

Tom Dunmore, Editor-in-chief.

Gadget evangelist and wannabe media mogul, Tom is the Creative Director of Mediablaze Publishing – the company behind Life of Android. Tom is also a freelance writer and broadcaster – and former editor-in-chief of the world’s best-selling gadget magazine, Stuff. Read posts by Tom Dunmore.

Michael Brook, Contributing editor.

As well as being one of technology’s finest writers, Michael is the world’s most travelled gadget editor – in fact, he’s the only man to have helmed both Stuff magazine and its rival T3, not to mention launching The Gadget Show first forays into print. Michael is also a successful freelance journalist, media personality and consultant. Read posts by Michael Brook.

Matt Jennings, Video director

Matt is an experienced filmmaker who previously produced videos for Stuff, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision and What Car? . He is responsible for Life of Android’s fantastic video reviews.

Dave Wyatt, Director of Photography

Dave Wyatt is an experienced cameraman, director and editor who has worked on feature films, commercials and product videos. He is responsible for Life of Android’s fantastic video reviews.

Robert Leedham, Staff Writer

Robert is a massive geek and former graduate of Cardiff University’s Magazine Journalism course. Having joined Life Of Android in July, Robert has quickly developed a love for all things green and has found a particular fondness for apps featuring zombies. When not writing for the site you can find his musings on Drowned In Sound, Gigwise and a few other publications of super importance. Add him on Twitter, he promises not to bite. Read posts by Robert Leedham

Alex Pell, launch editor

Life of Android’s reviews supremo Alex has a stunning pedigree, having held positions as deputy editor of Stuff and assistant editor of The Sunday Times’ InGear magazine. Alex is currently director of editorial consultancy Dashboard Media, the company that enabled Life of Android go from abstract idea to review-packed reality in six short weeks. Read posts by Alex Pell. Read posts by Alex Pell.

Mark Harris, writer

Life of Android’s US correspondent Mark Harris is former assistant editor of T3 magazine and one of the world’s most widely published technology writers. You can check out his impeccable credentials over at his website.  Read posts by Mark Harris.

David Phelan, writer

Gadget scribe extraordinaire and champagne connoisseur. David Phelan writes about technology for Time Out, The Independent, The Sunday Times… and, of course, Life of Android.  Read posts by David Phelan.

Matt Bingham, writer

Having cut his teeth at FHM and The Net magazine, Matt is now one of the UK’s most successful freelance writers and editors – and a key member of The Sunday Times’ tech team. Read posts by Matthew Bingham.

Stuart Andrews, writer

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Nick Renshaw, contributing editor.

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