Welcome! My name is Carib Guerra. I write about technology and my favorite pen is the Pilot Better Retractable, fine point.

I’ve been covering news about emerging and consumer technologies since 2011, when NYPress.com accepted my pitch to add a tech section to their site. Most recently, I worked closely with brands like Qualcomm, Snapdragon, and Intel to develop and execute editorial strategies for their branded content and social channels.

Some other stuff I have written and/or worked on in the past:

Branded Content:

-Qualcomm OnQ:

Has the mobile revolution sparked the robotics renaissance?

The next big thing will never be the last

-Snapdragon Blog:

Follow the light: the small wonders of mobile photography

From palm to pilot, the YING drone is flying high with smartphone DNA

-Qualcomm Tumblr:

^101 Seconds [Video Series]


^The Future of Motorsports [Poster Series]



Weekly News Roundup


Real-Time Sensor Networks Give a Voice to the Planet

The Promise of Predictive Computing: Anticipating Your Every Move



-Posts for WonderHowTo

– The Cluster Mag:

2.0Pac: The Rise of #PlugLife and the 2Pacaloids. Wow.

Artificial Skin-telligence: The Fleshlight at the End of the Tunnel.


The Possible of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol Vol. 1

The Possible of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol Vol.2

TV on the Aereo: Turn On, Tune In, and Drop the Lawsuit, Dudes

-The Paris Review

-For PSFK.com

(There’s a ton of them…)

-As ByteS1GHz Tech Briefs:

Nerds Are Super Lazy, Still Need To Get Places

Nerds Find Cure For Down’s Syndrome, Abort Fetus

-For Digital Americana (Photos and Text):

DAM JULY 2011 Cover



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