Ina Fried covers wireless issues and devices, including tablets, smartphones and even some phones of average intelligence.
Her road to becoming the woman she is today has been a long one. Ina spent three years at AllThingsD.com leading mobile coverage and served as co-producer of the D: Dive into Mobile conference. Before that, she spent a decade at CNET where she covered, among other things, Microsoft and Apple. Her reporting spanned several continents, two genders and included chronicling the Hewlett Packard-Compaq merger, Bill Gates' transition from software giant to philanthropist, as well as the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Prior to joining CNET in May 2000, Ina covered chips for Bridge News and was a writer at the Orange County Business Journal and Orange County Register.
Ina graduated from Miami University in Ohio.
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