Information Age is the flagship news publication of the Australian Computer Society (ACS), the peak membership body of tech industry professionals.
Information Age delivers authoritative and trusted news on the local and international tech sector, keeping technology professionals informed with the latest developments.
Our newsletter is sent to 140,000+ subscribers twice a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays).
We average one million pageviews per year from 500,000+ users. Our reader demographic is 60% male and 40% female.
Information Age is led by one of the tech industry’s most experienced journalists, managing editor Roulla Yiacoumi. The publication also has a dedicated full-time journalist, Casey Tonkin, and is supported by contributions from some of Australia’s most seasoned and highly-awarded writers, including David Braue, Denham Sadler, Leonard Bernardone, Emily Chantiri, and Paul Wallbank.
Roulla Yiacoumi is the Managing Editor of Information Age. She is an award-winning journalist who has been covering business and consumer technology news for more than 20 years. Roulla was awarded Best Editor 2019 at the Consensus IT Writers Awards. She is based in Sydney.
A lifelong technophile and science fiction geek, Casey Tonkin joined Information Age in 2019. With interests in AI, space travel, and post-humanism, Casey is always on the hunt for the overlap of science-fact and science-fiction.
Prior to joing ACS, Paul Wallbank was News Editor of media and marketing website, Mumbrella. Paul has covered technology and business for over 15 years for outlets including the ABC, The Australian, Fairfax metro titles, Australian Financial Review, Business Spectator along with other local and international publications.
David Braue is an award-winning technology journalist who has covered Australia’s technology industry since 1995. A lifelong technophile, he has written and edited content for a broad range of audiences across myriad topics, with a particular focus on the intersection of technological innovation and business transformation.
Denham Sadler is an experienced journalist based in Melbourne. He was previously Editor of StartupSmart, and writes on tech and politics. His work has been published in The Saturday Paper and The Guardian.
Leonard Bernadone is an award-winning techie and our cyber security specialist writer based in Melbourne. After six years working across multiple startup businesses, Leonard now writes for Information Age. His work strives to spread awareness, cyber safety, and technical innovation.
Emily Chantiri is a Sydney-based journalist and best-selling author. Emily is a regular contributor to the Sydney Morning Herald, and has written for publications including, Business Review Weekly, AFR, Company Director, The New Daily, Marie Claire and the Qantas in-flight magazine.
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