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Zach Epstein
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Attended Northeastern University
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    Executive Editor, present
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Critically-defamed tech writer. Executive Editor at BGR.com.
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Zach Epstein has worked in and around ICT for more than a decade, first in marketing and business development with two private telcos, then as a writer and editor covering business news, consumer electronics and telecommunications. As a writer, Zach’s work has been quoted by countless top news publications; he was also recently named one of the world's top-10 “power mobile influencers” by Forbes, and one of Inc. Magazine's top-30 Internet of Things experts. Zach is now Executive Editor at BGR, where he guides the editorial team and contributes reports and analyses with an unbiased viewpoint and a widely respected voice.
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  • Northeastern University
  • SAE
  • Dwight Englewood
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Samsung Galaxy S6 review
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I have been pretty hard on Samsung over the past few years, but let’s be honest: the company deserved it. Time and time again, we’ve seen Sa

HTC One M9 review
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It’s easy to call the HTC One M9 the best smartphone HTC has ever built; HTC outdoes itself each and every year, as we have come to expect,

Why Samsung fell
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Samsung's flagship smartphones have changed a great deal over the years. I was covering the industry when Samsung released its first Galaxy

I just replaced every credit card in my wallet with Coin
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Coin is not the future. This is important to make clear right off the bat. The future of payments will look much more like Apple Pay than it

Review: Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge dares to be different, but does it in...
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Samsung doesn’t need saving just yet, but most people seemed to laugh it off last year when I said that the South Korea-based giant was quic

A new iPhone 6 problem arises: Dye from jeans is ruining the iPhone's pl...
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Apple fans breathed a sigh of relief this past summer when Nikkei, typically a reliable source of accurate early information on unreleased A

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 review
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It’s certainly open to debate, but I would argue that the Galaxy Note 4 is the most important flagship smartphone Samsung has ever launched.

Review: A former Apple engineer showed me the future of wearables
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Wearable devices comprise the next exciting frontier for consumer electronics. Or so we’ve been told. The sad truth is that wearables have b

iPhone 6 review
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Reviewing an iPhone is a curious endeavor. One might think it’s just like reviewing any other device, and the processes are indeed roughly t

Moto X review: Say hello to the best Android phone in the world
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“The best.” I know, I know... who’s to say which Android phone is the best? No two people are alike and different users have different prior

The truth about Google and evil
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Last year's annual Google I/O conference opened with a painfully long keynote presentation capped off by a wonderfully moving speech from CE

A week with iOS 8
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All things considered, the past year with my iPhone has been pretty boring. I have discussed the state of smartphones countless times here o

Unmasked: The world's first clear look at Amazon's smartphone
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Amazon is still more than a month away from unveiling its first own-brand smartphone, but there isn't much mystery that remains. BGR gave th

Beyond 3D: Inside Amazon's smartphone
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Amazon doesn't plan to unveil its first smartphone until later this spring, but the world got an early look at the handset last week when BG

This is Amazon's smartphone
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After years of development, Amazon is finally close to unveiling the first of several own-brand smartphones. At a distance, Amazon's upcomin

The comeback trail: An inside look at HTC's One (M8) launch
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The launch of HTC's new flagship smartphone was accompanied by some of the most enthusiastic reviews I can recall seeing in recent history.

U.S. wireless carriers finally have something to fear: Google
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Call Google "evil" all you want — I personally love how "evil" Google is — but there is no other company on the planet that can shake things

Thank you, Google, for being so 'evil'
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Using Google's "don't be evil" slogan in articles criticizing the technology giant's hunger for private data is a pastime tech bloggers and

iPhone 5c review: The other high-end iPhone
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Apple took the wind out of a lot of sails when it unveiled the iPhone 5c earlier this month. It's not that the device itself was disappointi

AT&T on data throttling: Blame yourselves
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In an effort to justify its policies surrounding data service throttling for subscribers with unlimited smartphone data plans, AT&T on T