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Mark is an award winning journalist who has worked at 9to5Mac for nearly five years. He covers Apple and other topics related to the technology industry. Mark frequently appears on technology news curation website Techmeme, and he is frequently cited by publications such as The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg News. Mark is regarded as one of the go-to reporters for all Apple-related matters, one of Wired‘s top 16 people to follow in technology, and one of TIME Magazine‘s top 25 bloggers of 2013. Mark has also been profiled by CNN Fortune, NPR, the Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, the Huffington Post, Business Insider, Columbia Journalism Review, Marketplace, and Haaretz.
Mark is known for leading the reporting regarding many of the Apple products and initiatives introduced this decade. Mark reported many of the features introduced with Apple’s iOS 7 iPhone and iPad operating system, Apple’s strategy of removing Google services from its devices, provided a look inside social media usage by Apple employees, shared the first photos of the iPhone 5 and iPad Air, broke the news about the MacBook Pro with Retina display, first detailed Apple’s Siri voice assistant, broke the news about iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite’s feature set, and is currently leading the reporting about Apple’s work on a fitness-oriented smart band.
Mark also recently published an extensive profile of Apple’s PR and Communications department, compiled over two months into nine chapters.
He also works on 9to5Mac’s Product Pages and covers news on 9to5Mac sister-site 9to5Google. You can read more on his website, follow him on Twitter, and find him on Google+.
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