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Steve Hildreth is Founder and Editor in Chief of MacPrices, and he is also a registered Apple Developer Connection Member. He has been publishing MacPrices since 1998.
Joe Leo is a freelance tech journalist who joined MacPrices in 2018. A former elementary school educator who taught technology and journalism for close two two decades, he began his professional writing career with PowerBook Central (this website's sister site, since merged) more than a decade ago and shortly thereafter became a correspondent for Bay Area News Group. Today, in addition to his column here on MacPrices, he writes for the website Low End Mac and iPhone Life magazine.
Charles W. Moore, Columnist. Charles was one of the most respected and prolific freelance writers in the Macintosh industry. He wrote for numerous Mac-related websites from the mid-1990s until his death in 2018. In non-Mac journalism, he had four syndicated newspaper columns in Canada and had written for several boating magazines.
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September, 2018 - MacPrices welcomes back Joe Leo as their lead Apple news commentator.
January, 2011 - MacPrices signs Charles Moore, leading Mac technology columnist.
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June, 2004 - MacPrices featured in Robert Standefer's new book Macintosh Switcher's Guide
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