Editorial team

Mobile Forum It is a website of AB Internet. On this website we deal with share all the information regarding the world of technology: from step-by-step tutorials with updated information, to detailed analysis of useful and curious gadgets for your day to day.

The editorial team of Móvil Forum is made up of a group of general technology experts. They will offer up-to-date and rigorous guides on how to perform certain procedures on your computer, as well as help you with purchasing advice on various technology products.

We leave you with all of them so that you know them a little more. Welcome to Móvil Forum and thank you for having us.


  • Daniel Terrasa

    Blogger passionate about new technologies, willing to share my knowledge writing tutorials and analyzes so that others can know all the characteristics that different gadgets have. Impossible to imagine what life was like before the Internet!

  • Jose Albert

    From a young age I have loved technology, especially what has to do directly with computers and their Operating Systems. And for more than 15 years I have fallen madly in love with GNU / Linux, and everything related to Free Software and Open Source. For all this and more, nowadays, as a Computer Engineer and professional with an international certificate in Linux Operating Systems, I have been writing with passion and for several years now, on various technology, computing and computing websites, among other topics. In which, I share with you every day, much of what I learn through practical and useful articles.

  • Miguel Rios

    Graduated as a Geodesta engineer, passionate about technology, directly involved in Web and Android app development.

  • Juan Martinez

    I am a technology and video game enthusiast. For more than 10 years I have been working as a writer on topics related to PCs, consoles, Android phones, Apple and technology in general. I like to always stay up to date and aware of what the main brands and manufacturers are doing, as well as review tutorials and play to get the most out of each device and its operating system.

  • Aaron Rivas

    Writer and editor specialized in computers, gadgets, smartphones, smartwatches, wearables, various operating systems, apps and everything geek-related. I ventured into the world of technology since I was a child and, since then, knowing more about it every day is one of my most pleasant jobs.

  • William garcia

    Passionate about technology, computing and learning. Computer student at the University of Carabobo. I love writing and sharing my research with others: there is no better connoisseur than the one who teaches. For 3 years I have been working as a content writer for a variety of websites, specializing in technology, gadgets, applications, development and current affairs, while in my free time I love reading and studying programming.

  • Isaac

    I work as a teacher of GNU/Linux systems administration courses to prepare for the official LPIC and Linux Foundation certifications. Author of The World of Bitman, an encyclopedia on microprocessors, and other technology manuals. I especially dominate topics on operating systems and computer architecture. And that also includes mobile devices, since they are computers with the Android operating system.

  • Andrew Leal

    From a very young age I have felt a great curiosity about everything related to scientific and technological advances, especially those that make our lives easier and more entertaining. I am a web writer focused specifically on Android devices and Windows operating systems, thus combining my other hobby: reading. I have learned to explain in simple words what is complicated so that my readers can easily understand it.

  • Daniel Gutiérrez

    Passionate about technology since 2011. My first Android phone was an HTC Dream and since then I have had more than 20 phones with this system. I study Android app development and have created tutorials for hundreds of apps.

Former editors

  • Ignatius Hall

    My first computer was an Amstrad PCW, a computer with which I began to take my first steps in computing. Shortly after, a 286 came into my hands, with which I had the opportunity to test DR-DOS (IBM) and MS-DOS (Microsoft) in addition to the first versions of Windows ... The appeal that the world of computer science at the beginning of the 90s, guided my vocation for programming. I am not a person who is closed to other options, so I use both Windows and macOS on a daily basis and sporadically the occasional Linux distro. Each operating system has its good points and its bad points. None is better than another. The same happens with smartphones, neither Android is better and neither iOS is worse. They are different and since I like both operating systems, I also use them regularly.

  • Eder Ferreno

    Editor in my spare time. Obsessed with smartphones and always discovering new ways to use it better, new apps or games to share with you.

  • Miguel Hernandez

    Almeriense, lawyer, editor, geek and lover of technology in general. Always at the forefront in terms of software and hardware products, since my first PC product that resists me fell into my hands. Constantly analyzing, testing and seeing from a critical point of view what the most current technology has to offer us, both at the hardware and software level. I try to tell you the successes, but I enjoy the mistakes more. I analyze a product or do a tutorial as if I were showing it to my family. Available on Twitter as @ miguel_h91 and on Instagram as @ MH.Geek.

  • Jordi Giménez

    Messing around with any electronic device that has a lot of buttons is my passion. I bought my first smartphone in 2007, but before, and then after, I like to dedicate myself to testing any gadget that comes into the house. In addition, I like to always be accompanied by someone to enjoy my free time even more.