Roland Moore-Colyer is a Managing Editor at Tom’s Guide looking after the news vertical, which also happens to be keenly focused on analysis, opinion articles and features around the latest tech and what’s on the horizon. When not commissioning, editing, and extolling the virtues of sharp writing and the five Ws of communication, Roland writes about all manner of tech, but with a focus on phones, laptops, computers, audio products and games.
Before Tom’s Guide, Roland worked as a freelancer for a wide variety of publications, including Future’s own TechRadar, as well as holding editor positions at IT Pro and the likes of The Inquirer and Computer Shopper. And occasionally, he’d meander out of the world of technology journalism and pen a few articles for CAR magazine, including testing a Nissan Leaf and driving along a road that claimed the life of his poor 2001 Vauxhall Corsa.
Outside of work, Roland spends a lot of time wandering through London and looking up at various buildings, often ending up walking into bollards and being laughed at by unsympathetic Brits. When not putting himself at low-key risk, he likes to try his hand at a bit of cooking and works to get better at photography. But most of the time, Roland gets his nose stuck in one of The Expanse books, a new Netflix series or some lengthy open-world game, accompanied by a decent whisky.
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