Chris Nesi

Chris Nesi

Copy Editor

Chris Nesi is copy editor at TechCrunch.

Chris joined TechCrunch from the Huffington Post Media Group, where he was founding editor of a daily news site in the Patch network. He is an award-winning journalist with experience as an editor and a daily reporter, and whose work has appeared in more than a dozen publications including The Record, The Huffington Post and Consulting magazine.

The Latest from Chris Nesi

Edifier’s S350DB speakers: modern sound with an old-school style

Let’s be honest, if you use a receiver as the hub of your home entertainment system, you probably only use about a quarter of the buttons, dials and inputs on it, at most. Not everyone needs all the

YouTube Red’s Karate Kid sequel ‘Cobra Kai’ drops new trailer

Cobra Kai never dies, and the resurgence of the rogue karate dojo in the upcoming YouTube Red original series reboot of The Karate Kid shows former sensei John Kreese was true to his mantra in the 198

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Boycott Trump app enables consumer-savvy avoidance of The Donald’s empire

Americans gobsmacked by the outcome of the U.S. presidential election still have an opportunity to vote against Donald Trump with their wallets, and a new app from the Democratic Coalition Against Tru

SAP beats analysts’ expectations, reports “record-setting” revenue and profit

German IT services and enterprise giant SAP reported¬†encouraging numbers for Q2 2016, beating analysts’ expectations and spiking its share price by nearly five¬†percent in pre-market trading We

Snapchat’s ‘Speed’ filter cited in lawsuit following Atlanta highway crash

A questionable Snapchat filter that lets users show off their speed while taking a selfie is being blamed for a serious car accident that left a man with traumatic brain injuries after being struck by

Nintendo’s Move To Mobile Unlikely To Offer Retro Gamers Much More Than Memories

Nintendo’s announcement that it would partner with Japanese mobile gaming company DeNA to create games on mobile devices using Nintendo’s intellectual property sounds like a dream come true, but w

My View From Outside The Anti-Echo Chamber

Amazon’s stumble into mobile with the Fire Phone was widely and savagely derided by the tech press, and when it comes to its latest gadget, the Echo, the only way to describe the reaction is &#8220

AOL Quietly Changes Our 401(k) Employer Match Program

Starting this year, AOL has changed how it distributes its matching 401(k) contributions for all employees, which could put a sizable dent in the retirement accounts for workers who part ways with the

Blockbuster’s Demise; An Elegy To Video Store Culture

After years of clinging to life, Dish Network has announced it will pull the plug on its remaining 300 Blockbuster Video brick-and-mortar locations by early next year, signaling another death knell to

3D Printing Is The Future, But What Kind Of Future?

The crescendo of media reports about the advent of a DIY <a href="">printable firearm</a> has caused an u