Deanna Ritchie

Deanna Ritchie

Managing Editor at ReadWrite

Deanna is the Managing Editor at ReadWrite. Previously she worked as the Editor in Chief for Startup Grind and has over 20+ years of experience in content development.

Latest Posts From Deanna Ritchie

How to Sell Your Old iPhone for the Most Cash

A new iPhone launch is typically what starts consumers thinking about getting rid of their old iPhone to upgrade to the latest version. To cover the cost of the new iPhone upgrade, it’s no longer about trading in that previous generation of smartphone. Now, it’s about selling the iPhone. With the iPhone 11 launch, this […]

changing padlock from phone

igloohome Smart Padlock: Easy to Set-Up, Hard to Crack

There are a plethora of smart locks out there for doors. However, there are often specific items that might need more secure measures like a padlock. Currently, there are smart padlocks like the one from igloohome — a smart lock manufacturer with a portfolio of available smart lock products. The igloohome Smart Padlock is easy […]

Boston: Lighting the Way

Boston: Lighting the Way as a New Kind of Tech Town

Boston has long been associated with beacons and lanterns, and even today the reputation holds. Only now Boston is lighting the way for a new community: tech. Never content to live in the shadows of more significant tech enclaves like Silicon Valley and New York, Boston has returned to its “founding fathers” roots. Today the […]

Ghostek USB Type-C Cables

USB-C cables are now starting to gain momentum with more smartphone manufacturers accommodating them for their devices. These cords are replacing the spot where the headphone jack used to be on your smartphone now that wireless headphones and air buds are more widely used. Also, more people realize that USB Type-C cables are just a […]

Open Data Initiative

The Open Data Initiative’s Benefits Go Far Beyond Improved Customer Intelligence

Despite all the ways enterprises can slice customer data, they’ve struggled mightily to put the pieces together into a coherent customer profile. This past September, Microsoft, SAP, and Adobe announced they’re taking on that unglamorous challenge with their Open Data Initiative. In what’s widely seen as a challenge to Salesforce’s dominance of the customer relationship […]