Anthony Domanico

Minneapolis MN

Anthony is a freelance technology journalist who writes about gadgets, technology and geek culture for CNET. Anthony also does freelance event writing work for TechCrunch, helping research and write posts for the TechCrunch Disrupt conferences.

His previous work has appeared at VentureBeat, PCWorld, Macworld, TechHive, Laptopmag, Popular Mechanics, Tom's Guide, IntoMobile and Android and Me.

Together with Michael Cicchini, JD and Larry White, PhD, he published a paper in the Idaho Law Review on Miranda Rights during Police Interrogations.

Anthony is always open to new writing opportunities, so feel free to reach out if you are interested in his work. He's lived and breathed technology basically from diapers, and has been fortunate enough to be able to write about what he's passionate about on a daily basis.

Anthony has a Bachelor's Degree with Honors in Psychology from Beloit College in Beloit, Wisconsin, and an MBA from Hamline University in Saint Paul, Minnesota, where he currently resides.

Most of my recent work can be found at my CNET profile page:

My previous works can be found at: domanico