Bianca Davino

Bianca Davino is a Native Content Writer across Pedestrian Group for Pedestrian.TV, Business Insider, Gizmodo, Lifehacker and Kotaku. She has 5 years of writing, media and journalism experience, having recently worked as a social media producer across Channel 7’s various news and entertainment programming and staff writer and native content lead at The Brag Media (The Brag, Tone Deaf, The Industry Observer, Don’t Bore Us). Having been published across JUNKEE, Cool Accidents, MTV Australia and more, Bianca has a vast understanding of the Australian youth culture, entertainment, music, fashion and more. Her previous experience also includes editing Hysteria Mag and launching and managing content for The Cut, a culture-focused publication started by REDDS Cups. She also fronts the band Grenade Jumper. You can find her on Instagram and Twitter.
  • 4 Simple Ways To Help Your ‘Tech Neck’

    4 Simple Ways To Help Your ‘Tech Neck’

    If you’ve ever spent periods of time crouched over your laptop like a prawn while working from home, you probably know the pain that is ‘tech neck’.  According to the Australian Chiropractors Association, tech neck refers to “the neck pain and posture damage that consistent looking down at devices for extended periods of time places…

  • How Do Samsung’s Flip & Fold Phones Actually Work?

    How Do Samsung’s Flip & Fold Phones Actually Work?

    Flip phones were undeniably the defining tech device of the early 00s. Snapping one shut during an argument was the ultimate power move of the era. The coolest person in your school was the first person to get their hands on one (that was probably an intense shade of bright blue or pink), and many-a…

  • 3 Things To Look For When Investing In A Home Printer

    3 Things To Look For When Investing In A Home Printer

    While it may seem like everything over the last few years has gone digital, the need for some good, old-fashioned hard-copy paper will never truly disappear. That’s why a reliable printer is the backbone of every home office. According to stats gathered by Decibel Research, 65% of Australians print at home at least once a…