New York Times Columnist, CBS Sunday Morning Correspondent, & Best-Selling Author
New York, NY
Tech columnist, TV host, and best-selling author David Pogue is one of the most entertaining, informative and enormously popular speakers out there today. Whether he’s covering self-driving cars, virtual reality, blockchain, drones, “robot uprisings,” the Internet of Things, or artificial intelligence, his highly engaging keynotes prove that science and technology blend brilliantly with storytelling, humor—and, frequently, music and song. David provides invaluable insights on how technology impacts our work, businesses, and connections with each other—now and into the future. David has been at the forefront of new and emerging tech trends for nearly two decades. From 2000 to 2013, he was the New York Times weekly tech columnist. After a five-year detour to Yahoo Finance, he’s now back at the Times, writing the “Crowdwise” feature for the “Smarter Living” section.
He’s a four-time Emmy winner for his stories on CBS Sunday Morning and host of 17 science specials on NOVA on PBS. He is also one of the world’s best-selling “how-to” authors, with more than 100 titles and 3 million copies in print. These include seven books in the For Dummies series, his own Pogue’s Basics series of essential tips and shortcuts, and the Missing Manual series of computer books. Best known for previewing new consumer technology and trends and forecasting their business applications, David is also one of the country’s most sought-after speakers on disruptive technology in a fast-changing world. With a broad appeal to general, business and tech audiences alike, David Pogue brings expansive knowledge, engaging wit, and an occasional song center stage. Audiences leave as informed as they are entertained, with an enlightened perspective of the state of technology today—and how it’s shaping everyone’s tomorrow.