Dana is executive editor of Engadget, where she runs a growing team of reporters and reviewers. She got her start in tech journalism a decade ago as a writer for Laptop Mag and the AP before arriving at Engadget in 2011. She appears weekly on ABC Radio and has also been a guest on Bloomberg TV, CNN, CNBC, Marketplace, NPR and Fox Business, among other outlets. Dana is a graduate of Wesleyan University and the Columbia Publishing Course. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
We're liveblogging Apple's WWDC 2018 event tomorrow at 10AM PT
Coming to you live from the San Jose's McEnery Convention Center.
Miniature horses were the best thing at Build 2018
Microsoft brought a menagerie of therapy animals to its annual developer conference.
AI can help a billion people, but Microsoft can't do it alone
Not even one of the largest and richest companies can tackle accessibility by itself.
Windows' 'Your Phone' puts mobile files and alerts within reach
Members of the Windows Insider Program can try it first.
Apple iPad hands-on (2018): It's all about the apps
Apple wants teachers to rethink how they use it.
Live from Apple's 'education' keynote!
Expect a new iPad and possibly a new MacBook, too.
You can't talk about accessibility without talking about diversity
As society becomes more accepting, tech for the disabled has become more visible at CES.
CES 2018 recap: Day one
We divided our time among the big booths and startup alley.
CES begins: smart fridges, accessibility tech and really big TVs
From the spooky to the practical to the kind-of absurd.