Emily Price is a former writer for Lifewire, where she wrote about cameras, camcorders, and the Apple Watch. Her work has appeared in publications that include "PC World," Reuters, and "The Wall Street Journal."
She reviewed cameras and camcorders as they made the move from film to digital, took some of the first Web 2.0 companies' services for a test drive and camped out overnight with the crowd for the first iPhone. Throughout her career thus far she's had the opportunity to interview hundreds of CEOs, attend product launches, and review everything from the newest cell phones to the apps that make them shine.
She was in the beta of Twitter, one of the first few to get Google Glass, and was sitting in the front row in London when the first Windows Phone devices were finally unveiled to the world.
Price studied at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and at Harvard University.
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