Eric Johnson writes about the videogame industry, as he has previously for AllThingsD.com, both on established and emerging platforms. He also oversees Re/code's internship program.
Eric spent four years in radio at 95.5 WBRU in Providence, R.I. He also wrote for the Peninsula Press, while he was a student at Stanford University.
Eric holds a B.A. in history from Brown University and an M.A. in journalism from Stanford University.
Follow Eric Johnson on Twitter: @HeyHeyESJ
Apple's deals with Cisco and IBM show just how rapidly consumer technology companies are sweeping through the enterprise realm.
LinkedIn launches a facelift for its messaging service along the lines of modern chat apps.
An analysis of websites found the most dangerous top-level domains were .zip, .review and .country, while the safest were .london, .tel and .church.
'Fast Money' traders looked at how to play Apple and Twitter after big headlines for both tech companies Monday.
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