So what is “Entechtainment” anyway?
It's a publication focused on what's happening in tech and home entertainment. If that sounds generic, it's because it is: everything from technologies and products to content and services falls under the Entechtainment.today umbrella. So a lot of things to report and comment on, which can be both a blessing and curse for journalists. Not for readers, though!
It's the various points where some or all of the above meet - sometimes to the benefit of consumers, sometimes not so much - that many important developments in digital culture happen today. Those are of special interest to this publication and will always be explored, along with what deserves attention among the numerous products and services competing in the tech and entertainment market.
New issues of Entechtainment arrive three to five times a week depending on what’s going on in the tech and entertainment markets (the only exceptions being national holidays and 15 days during the summer). Special issues are sent out whenever something really important is going down. They're all written by me, Kostas Farkonas, a veteran journalist with over 30 years of experience.
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