About Tim Scannell
|im Scannell is the Editorial Director of the TechnologyGuide Media Group, a division of TechTarget, Inc. that consists of a family of six product review and evaluation Web sites including NotebookReview.com, DesktopReview.com, TabletPCReview.com, PrinterComparison.com, DigitalCameraReview.com and Brighthand.com (smartphones). That group expands to seven with the addition of TechnologyGuide.com, scheduled to launch in December 2012. He is a respected writer, editor and analyst with more than 30 years experience in the computer industry. As an editor and writer, he has worked for some of the top publishing companies in the world. He has also written for such publications as U.S. News & World Report, USA Today, Inc. Magazine, The Boston Herald, Crain's Net Marketing, and The Boston Globe (where he was a freelance technology columnist and contributed to the paper’s business section). He presently is Editorial Director for TechnologyGuide.com, a family of consumer and business Web sites owned by TechTarget, Inc. He was also the founder and chief analyst with Shoreline Research, a Quincy, MA based consulting, research and information services company; co-founder of a consulting and channel marketing and training company based in Glasgow, Scotland; and a member of the core start-up team of Japan-based Softbank Corp.'s U.S. division.|
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MOBILE APPS SHOWDOWN
The Mobile Apps Showdown is a fast-paced contest where you're asked to weigh in on the apps you think have what it takes to make it. For the months leading up to the 2013 CES, we'll be presenting the contestants to you. You can try the apps, watch demos, make your feelings known, and ultimately vote on a winner. We're platform agnostic, so if it's mobile, it's in the competition.
The top ten apps will join us at 2013 CES for an action packed event hosted by Jon Hein and Gary Dell'Abate from the Howard Stern Wrap Up Show.
Robin Raskin, creator of the Mobile Apps Showdown, will be there to emcee events.
By the end of this year, nearly 50 billion apps will have been downloaded. Only you know which ones are the keepers.
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