Raju PP is an Electronics engineering graduate from Bangalore, India and has previously worked as a Technical Specialist in a leading IT firm. He quit his day job to pursue his passion of blogging in late 2009. He holds an Engineering degree in Electronics and Communications and has previously worked in Banking software domain. He was featured amongst 151 Top Tech Indians by Exhibit magazine. While the Economic Times listed him amongst the top web entrepreneurs in India, the HT Brunch magazine listed him as the most influential Indian on the social media in the field of Technology. Currently, he is also the editor of Connected Arena, a dedicated site for Wearables and Internet of Things. Write to him at raju[at]techpp[dot]com.
Nimish Dubey wears two hats at Technology Personalized, that of an Editor and a Mentor. Based out of New Delhi, India, Nimish has been writing for more than a decade now, with his articles been published in a number of publications including The Times of India, Mint, The Economic Times, Mid-Day and Femina
Akriti is based out of New Delhi and our resident product photographer. She holds a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, and has reported on mobile technology and gadgets for My Mobile, and has interned with the Hindustan Times and India News. Next time you find a cool candid shot of a tech personality or a neat closeup of a mobile device, you can fairly assume that Akriti is the one behind the lens.
Yash is the newest member of Team TechPP. He used to be a polyglot Coder who developed for Web and iOS until his recent found interest in Writing. He started off as a sporadic Writer and then later went on to write for WhatGear. Now he juggles between Coding and Writing.
Sumukh is based out of Bangalore and is pursuing Engineering Bachelors in Electronics and communication. He is an avid quizzer and a gadget critic who reviews tech from the inside! he has a keen interest in modding Android devices and is a recognized contributor at XDA Developers.
TechPP's mysterious collector of tech gossip. She has been around the world for a while and knows just about everyone worth knowing. Which is why she often gets information that others do not. But she is not an idle talker, just seeking headlines. No, if Tech Auntyji says she has heard something, the chances are that she really has. And that it might as well happen.