Christina Wood

Christina Wood



Android Devices

Microsoft Windows

Wearables and Fitness technology

Computer Hardware


  • A magazine writer specializing in technology for over fifteen years.
  • A columnist covering tech for Family Circle, PC World, PC Magazine, CIO Magazine, Yahoo Tech, IT World, InfoWorld,, USA Weekend, and other national publications.
  • Her “Family Tech” column in Family Circle won a Min Award (in 2013) for best advice column.
  • She has covered technology for many other media properties, including Better Homes and Gardens, Popular Science, This Old House Magazine, NASDAQ International, Working Woman, Discovery,, Jaguar Magazine, and 
  • Author of How to Be a Geek Goddess (No Starch Press, 2009). Her novel, Vice Report, is available on Amazon.


Christina Wood (aka Christina Tynan-Wood) is a freelance writer, covering consumer electronics, the Web, IoT, parenting, education, science, automotive technology, IT, careers in IT, and security.

She has edited everything from complete magazine packages to academic research papers for educational consortiums and PhD candidates, as well as consulted with private corporate clients on technology buying and content development.

She covered the first, second, and current bubbles in technology and, in the process, has taken meetings with everyone from Sergey Brin to Melinda Gates and a cast of characters just as interesting who also changed the world but didn't get so famous. It has been a wild ride. 


 Christina Wood has a B.A. in literature from U.C. Berkeley.

A Message from Christina Wood

When I was 13, my father—a brilliant, lunatic Irishman who was, at the time, crunching numbers for NASA—brought home a CPM computer. It was already obsolete and something of an experiment even then. I was reading Dostoyevsky. He dropped it on the table in front of me and said, "Figure that out and then show me how it works." 

I did. And I have been doing the same thing—with the benefit of a lot more education and an ever increasing selection of technologies—ever since.

Lifewire and Dotdash

Lifewire is a Top 10 technology information website, as rated by comScore, a leading internet measurement company. We reach more than 10 million readers per month with our trusted, clear, and actionable answers to your most pressing technology questions.

Dotdash's vibrant brands help over 100 million users each month find answers, solve problems, and get inspired. Dotdash is among the largest and fastest growing publishers online, and has won over 80 awards in the last year alone, including Digiday's 2020 Publisher of the Year. Dotdash brands include Verywell, Investopedia, The Balance, The Spruce, Simply Recipes, Serious Eats, Byrdie, Brides, MyDomaine, Lifewire, TripSavvy,, TreeHugger and Thoughtco.

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