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Justin Duino

About Justin Duino

Justin Duino is the Reviews Director at Valnet, representing How-To Geek, MakeUseOf, Review Geek, and LifeSavvy. He previously held the role of SEO Director, Managing Editor, and Technical Editor.

Duino is responsible for communicating with public relations agencies, coordinating reviews, assigning writers tasks, and ensuring all reviews and articles are accurate and as informative as possible.

He has written thousands of articles, tutorials, guides, and reviews on Android Authority9to5Google9to5Mac9to5ToysElectrekPhandroid, and Android Central.

Outside of his written work, Duino is occasionally asked to be a guest commentator on CBS News and BBC World News and Radio to discuss current events in the technology industry. Most notably, he was brought on as an expert to talk about a string of smishing attempts that impersonated FedEx and the U.S. government's decision to add Huawei to the Entity List and ban it from doing business with American companies.

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