Ascot, England • Founded in 2003 • Trust Project news partner since
Pocket-Lint is a consumer technology site providing buyers guides, reviews and features on the latest technology products.
Pocket-Lint is ran by journalists in the UK and US, and is a trusted global authority on consumer tech. The platform strives to entertain and inform on the public on all matters tech.
Pocket-Lint aims to be unbiased, trusted, and respected as the outlet informs and entertains its audience on important tech advancements and products.
The publication reviews products in real-world environments and begins the process with a first look at a launch event or a trade show and continues to follow the product's journey until it is fully reviewed.
Pocket-Lint is committed to producing content that is accurate, fair and complete. The outlet's reporters are expected to act with honesty, transparency and independence, including from conflicts of interest. Pocket-Lint never shows any content to PR representatives before publishing.
Pocket-Lint is an independent media company that is funded through advertising, native content and affiliate revenue. As an example, Pocket-Lint earns from qualifying purchases as an Amazon Associate.
Pocket-Lint Ltd. was acquired by Valnet in 2022.
Pocket-Lint seeks out a variety of voices in its staff and freelancers as well as the individuals who are interviewed and featured in their stories.
All Pocket-Lint articles can be updated as soon as possible. Articles may be updated to reflect developments in the news cycle. Posts can be corrected if there are factual inaccuracies. If a story is factually incorrect and has been corrected, Pocket-Lint will add a correction to the bottom of the article for readers to see. Erroneous information posted to the publication's social networks will be addressed on those networks.
Pocket-Lint strives to treat sources fairly by contextualizing and summarizing the arguments of people as fair and accurate. When sources ask to remain anonymous, Pocket-Lint will work with them to protect their anonymity in the interest of protecting the professional standing of the source.
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