Myriam Joire

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Myriam Joire
Born (1969-01-09) 9 January 1969 (age 47)
Cannes
Nationality Canadian[1]
Occupation Technology writer

Myriam Joire is a technology writer, best known for her editorial and podcasting work on the website Engadget.

Originally a video game programmer[2] she became a writer/reviewer with her blog tnkgrl Mobile which led to her becoming a senior editor at Engadget[3]

She was a Technology evangelist for the smart watch company Pebble until 24 October 2014.[4]

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She is self-described as "queer."[5][6]

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