Stints at Tech Digest and Electric Pig under his belt, Paul became a contributing editor on Pocket-lint where he was nicknamed 'news monkey' due to his comprehensive coverage of everything and anything new in tech.
He then edited a laptop magazine where the pace was a little bit slower (as were some of the readers). When he wasn't writing about RAM or SSD options Paul also penned more interesting reviews for TechRadar and T3.
Prior to founding Wareable, he was the senior editor of MSN Tech. Paul is a self-confessed geek and has been accused of being both an Apple 'fanboy' and a Google 'fandroid' - so at least you know that his bias is balanced.
James has been a tech journalist for nearly a decade and only bagged his first tech journalism job by standing out as the candidate most likely to agree to being mugged for a feature.
This misguided sense of editorial adventure has defined his career, to the point of unwisely signing up to run a marathon just to test the latest wearable tech. If you see him passed out in the street with an arm full of wearables, call the emergency services.
Previously the features editor of T3 magazine and T3.com and regular contributor to TechRadar, he's launched and edited tech titles on every conceivable platform including web, magazine, bookazine, books and iPad.
Before joining Wareable, Michael was features ed at TrustedReviews and the resident wearables expert, which meant wearing a minimum of two wearables at any given time.
Prior to life at Trusted, he also marshalled the features section on T3.com working with fellow Wareable contributor Kieran Alger, chipping in on the magazine whenever they needed someone to talk about fitness trackers, running shoes, tablets, phones and headphones.
Michael has also written for the likes of MSN, Men's Health, TechRadar and BBC Focus on everything from speakers to smartwatches.
Michael is a lover all of things sports and fitness tech-related, so expect to see him popping up in more smart clothing and running long distances all in the name of wearables.
Sophie joined Wareable from Stuff magazine and Stuff.tv where she was an in-house gadget reviewer. For three and a half years, she tested every smartphone, tablet, robot vacuum and wearable that mattered. And some that really didn't.
A fan of thoughtful design, VR, innovative apps and that Spike Jonze film, she is currently wondering how many fitness tracker reviews it will take to get her fit. Current bet: 19.
Sophie has also written for the Metro, the Times, theTelegraph, the Debrief, the Evening Standard, Grazia and Women's Health.
Hugh joined Wareable from TechRadar where he'd been writing news, features, reviews and just about everything else you can think of for three years.
Prior to that he freelanced while studying, writing about bad indie bands and slightly better movies. He found his way into tech journalism at the beginning of the wearables boom, when everyone was talking about Google Glass and the Oculus Rift was merely a Kickstarter campaign - and has been fascinated ever since.
He's particularly interested in VR and any fitness tech that will help him (eventually) get back into shape. Hugh has also written for T3, Wired, Total Film, Little White Lies and China Daily.
Before joining Wareable Julie was Dennis Publishing's technology Brand Director, building strategies for sites focused on everything from enterprise servers to coffee machines.
In tech for 20 years, she's always been drawn to technology that is simple to use and helps her in her crazy busy life, balancing work with three young children. As a lapsed gym go-er and runner, she's happy to have landed in a world of wearable tech to re-ignite her fitness regime. It helps that the office is next door to the gym.
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