Sarah Silbert writes Lifewire.com's wearables guide, bringing you the latest news and product reviews for smartwatches, fitness trackers and beyond.
Sarah has covered consumer technology for the majority of her professional career, first as a staff writer at Laptop Magazine and later as a senior editor at Engadget, where she reported on consumer tech and covered trade shows such as CES, Computex and IFA. She's also co-hosted the show Tech News Today, discussing the latest consumer technology news with a variety of industry guests. While Sarah's reviewed everything from Ultrabooks to spy pens, she's especially obsessed with smartphones and smartwatches.
In addition to writing for Lifewire.com, Sarah freelances for several publications including Fortune, The MIT Technology Review, Skift and The Points Guy, covering travel and beauty as well as technology.
Sarah earned her Bachelor of Arts from Sarah Lawrence College, where she studied non-fiction writing and served as a news editor for the campus newspaper. Prior to that, she attended Bard College at Simon's Rock in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
I've always been fascinated with wearable technology. For a fourth-grade science competition, I even came up with a design for sunglasses embedded with TV screens. (Google Glass predecessor, much?)
These days, you're more likely to find me tweeting about Apple and Google than dreaming up futuristic eyewear, but I'm still in constant awe of how wearable technology is evolving. I'm here to help you decide which wearable is best for you, keeping in mind that everyone's needs are different. I'll also be keeping you up to date on the latest smartwatches, VR headsets and other products in this exciting space.