Editor in Chief, News and Features
Ben is an experienced industry journalist, now serving as Editor in Chief for news and features at Reviewed.com. Most recently hailing from the vast wilds of the American southwest, he is an avid photographer who is deeply disturbed by the lack of wide open landscapes in the greater New England area. Before joining the team at Reviewed.com, Ben honed his skills at a variety of other photography-related websites including DigitalCamera-HQ.com. When he’s not busy with photography, he spends most of his time on racing sims, weird science fiction novels, obscure music and film, and wasting time on the internet.
Articles and Reviews by Ben Keough
Roku's new Streaming Stick is already 20% off
June 09, 2016 – Achieve binge-watching nirvana for just $39.
Roku’s Tiny Streaming Stick Adds Some Big Features
April 05, 2016 – Private listening, voice search, and performance gains
At Europe's Biggest Tech Show, Sony Thinks Small
September 06, 2015 – These crowdfunded products show where the electronics giant is headed.
The Local Video Store Isn't Dead—It Just Moved Online
October 25, 2014 – A new study shows the best films and TV shows are available online.
LG's Swarovski-Studded OLED TV Is Shiny, Probably Expensive
September 07, 2014 – But we think the OLED tech shines well enough on its own.
Discs Aren't Dead: 4K Content Coming to Blu-ray in 2015
September 06, 2014 – Get ready to buy a new Blu-ray player.
Jacksonville Jaguars to Get World's Largest LED Screens
March 12, 2014 – Massive 362-foot-wide displays will absolutely dominate the competition, even if the Jags can't.
House of Cards Coming to Comcast's Xfinity Store
March 10, 2014 – No Netflix required.
Netflix Makes Your Day, Adds Final Breaking Bad Episodes
February 24, 2014 – Here's what you're doing tonight.
Netflix Fires Warning Shot Against Net Neutrality Violations
January 23, 2014 – Streaming giant suggests it could mobilize its users to combat bandwidth throttling
Aereo Review: Paying for Free TV?
June 10, 2013 – Can this controversial startup convince you to pay for over-the-air television?