About


I'm Tim Bradshaw, a tech reporter at the Financial Times in San Francisco.

I cover news, innovations, deals and trends in Silicon Valley, with a particular interest in the smartphone world and hardware startups. My beat companies include Apple, Twitter and Yahoo.

I write for the newspaper and FT.com, as well as the FT Tech Blog.

I moved to the SF Bay Area in June 2012 after four years as the FT's digital media correspondent in London. I've been covering technology for almost 10 years now.

Contacts:
email tim [dot] bradshaw [at] ft [dot] com
office (+1) 415 445 5603
Twitter @tim.
(I prefer to get PR pitches via email.)

This Tumblr page pulls in various photos, story links and (t)witterings from around the web.

You can also find me on:
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I also maintain a few Flipboard magazines, including one collecting all my FT stories.

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A couple of my recent FT scoops

2014.05.19  2:08pm  

An FT video about my ride in one of Google’s driverless cars (all shot from my iPhone)

2014.05.19  1:58pm  
Trustbusting lone wolf and Candy Crush addict Travis Kalanick, CEO of Uber, has Lunch with the FT

Trustbusting lone wolf and Candy Crush addict Travis Kalanick, CEO of Uber, has Lunch with the FT

2014.05.19  1:48pm  
“He’s very cerebral. When he does speak he wants to make sure that it’s thought-through and concise. He’s kind of like Twitter personified: he speaks in 140-character bursts.”
My FT Weekend profile of Jack Dorsey, on the occasion of Twitter’s IPO filing. 

“He’s very cerebral. When he does speak he wants to make sure that it’s thought-through and concise. He’s kind of like Twitter personified: he speaks in 140-character bursts.”

My FT Weekend profile of Jack Dorsey, on the occasion of Twitter’s IPO filing. 

2013.10.09  2:21pm  
at Apple Inc. – View on Path.

at Apple Inc. – View on Path.

2013.09.10  1:48pm  
– View on Path.

– View on Path.

2013.08.29  10:15pm  
Apple’s poster celebrating 5 years of the App Store

Apple’s poster celebrating 5 years of the App Store

2013.07.03  9:59am  
The most powerful person in the world is the story teller. 
Steve Jobs, as quoted by Tomas Higbey on Quora
2013.07.02  5:21pm  
My final “Innovator” column (for now) for the FT Weekend Magazine is on domestic robots - not so great at pairing socks, but super-smart as toys like Anki Drive. 
2013.06.28  12:24pm  
2013.06.24  7:45pm  
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