Fionna Agomuoh

Fionna Agomuoh
Fionna Agomuoh.


  • Technology journalist and consumer electronics product reviewer since 2011.
  • Staff writer at publications including International Business Times, Newsweek, Player.One (formerly iDigitalTimes), and Business Insider
  • January 2015 International Business Times feature "​Can Sony Corp. Save Its Dying Electronics Brand?" was quoted in the book Six Rules of Brand Revitalization by Larry Light.​


Fionna Agomuoh has been a technology journalist since 2011 when she first developed an appreciation for Samsung devices and the Android operating system. Since then she has reviewed dozens of smartphones, tablets, and computers and continues to be fascinated by figuring out how new features on newly released devices work.

Fionna is currently a freelance writer at Lifewire and other tech publications including Gear Brain and Android Central.

Fionna attends technology conferences, including CES, Mobile World Congress, and IFA, to learn about the latest tech innovations. She was a guest on the Mobile Tech Podcast in March and May of 2018.


Fionna earned a Bachelor's of Arts degree in English and Journalism at the University at Buffalo in 2010. 

A Message from Fionna Agomuoh

"I enjoy learning about technology and sharing that knowledge with other enthusiasts."

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