Hello and welcome aboard to TechAirlines! This is your pilot speaking and I’ll like to start off by introducing who we are and the history of TechAirlines.
How It All Began
TechAirlines started off as WinTechpedia, a small tech blog started on April 9, 2009 by Brian using the Blogger service. He wanted to write about technology as a hobby. Within 2 days, Creastery found a link to WinTechpedia on WOT and he became immediately interested, so the two of them maintained WinTechpedia for the next 4 months.
Around late July, Brian grew tired of all the restrictions with Blogger and other free blogging services. He wanted to move further into the web and expand. So he recruited his friend, known as SpaceBlue, to create graphics, and along with Creastery, TechAirlines officially look flight on August 5, 2009.
About Our Content
- The TechAirlines team mainly publishes technology tips and tricks, reviews on various products, and interesting tech news about social media and various companies. Since the technology world is extremely diverse, we publish only content that we believe our readers would find interesting.
- Our biweekly PrizeFly series compares key features of competing products and crowns one as the “prized flyer”. This series is written by Brian and is published every other Monday.
- We are not an airline company nor are we affiliated with an airline company.
Brian Yang (Editor-in-Chief / Co-Founder)
Brian is the editor-in-chief of TechAirlines. He is also a developer and manages most of the site’s operations. He enjoys web development in his free time and is currently trying to learn Python. He is currently a freshman at Stony Brook University majoring in Computer Science.
Creastery (Developer / Co-Founder)
Creastery is a developer and currently resides in Singapore.
He enjoys almost everything about technology, including animations, programming, web development and also honing his hacking skills at several challenge sites.
Spaceblue (Graphics / Co-Founder)
Spaceblue is the chief graphics designer of TechAirlines. In his free time, he likes to program in Java, admire architecture, and tackle NP-complete problems. He currently resides in New York, NY.
- You may contact us through our contact form. We will try to reply to all messages as soon as possible. If you have a tip to share with us, you can also send an email to (click to reveal email).
- If you would like us to review a product of yours (software, accessories, etc…) or would like to learn about our article policies, please see our article and review policy. We do not receive or accept any monetary payments for our posts.
- We are currently completely ad-free and are not offering any advertising space.
- If you would like to write for us, please see our guest authoring page for more details.
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Thank you and we hope you find this site informative and helpful.
Have a great flight! :)