Pocketables is a US-based online tech magazine that brings news, insights, opinions, and comprehensive reviews on various mobile computing devices, portable technology, and related topics to a global audience. We focus on devices that fit into pockets of all sizes, from jeans and jackets to backpacks and purses. The gadget experts that comprise our staff produce high quality articles and original features colored with real-life use of products over weeks and months, not first-impression opinions formed within hours or days.

Pocketables was founded by Jenn K. Lee in 2006 and acquired by CrowdGather in 2011. Three of CrowdGather’s other tech properties—Good and EVO, Nothing But Tablets, and StreakSmart—were merged to become part of the site in 2012.

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John Freml
Editor-in-Chief
   
In addition to his role at Pocketables, John also teaches at a community college, loves to travel, and is obsessed with Android and Chrome OS. When not in the classroom, planning a trip, or distracted by his gadgets, he’s probably watching too much television, trying out a new recipe in the kitchen, or spending time with friends, family, and pets. Read John’s posts

about-calobCalob Horton
     
Calob started his life with technology when his father brought home a Sega Genesis one night. As his years got bigger in number, his love for everything with a screen has grown exponentially, regardless of the logo that’s on it. He brings that love (and borderline obsession) for both tech and writing to Pocketables. Read Calob’s posts

Paul E. King
     
Paul is an IT director for a film production company, runs several rental properties, and did improv for several years. His main interest in writing is to show you neat things to do with your phone to unlock its full potential. His current obsessions are his HTC EVOs, motorcycle, and wife. Read Paul’s posts

Aaron Orquia
    
Aaron has always been addicted to technology. He learned how to hack on his Pentium II desktop when he was 10 years old. This need to tinker has led him to open-source projects like Linux and Android, especially in the mobile space, but he has a fundamental attraction to anything with a chip in it . . . even if that thing is an Apple product. Read Aaron’s posts