Anita George

Anita George

Anita has been a technology reporter since 2013. She began covering science and technology during an editorial internship at Paste Magazine. Anita has written a wide variety of features, reviews, how-tos and lists about the latest gadgets, apps and other technological innovations. In addition to her published work, Anita also developed technology-themed educational programming for her local community; which involved topics such as 3D printing and simple robotics (specifically Lego WeDos and Mindstorms).

When she’s not researching and writing up articles on the latest tech trends, Anita enjoys cooking, painting and doing yoga.

Anita’s work can also be found on Digital Trends, Lifewire and her own blog, anitamgeorge.com.

Digital Trends Team

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How to recall an email in Outlook

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Rumor: Apple could transition Safari to Google’s open-source Chromium platform

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