Amit Chhangani

Amit Chhangani

After conquering the online automotive publishing space with his flagship venture Motoroids, Amit decided to create a mark on the global online publishing landscape. Gizmoids was conceived as a hi-quality, world-class publication encompassing a variety of accessible, yet enlightening topics. Having worked with a whole gamut of renowned publications in print (The Free Press Journal, CFO, Mid-Day to name a few) and web, and having led more than just one start-up, Amit brings along a wealth of knowledge as an editor, marketer and entrepreneur. A devoted Steve Jobs disciple, Amit always wanted to be at the wonderful intersection of technology and liberal arts. Gizmoids, in some sense, is a way for him to pay homage to his deity.

Oh, and nothing pleases him as much as a dram of rare Islay single malt after his 16 hours at work

Follow Amit on Twitter at @amitchhangani


Ayan Ghosh

Ayan Ghosh

An industrial designer by education, Ayan dropped his dream of being the next Dieter Rams and jumped at the chance to be able to deplore the most well designed electronic gizmos and gadgets as a part of the Gizmoids team. Ayan can always be trusted with finding faults in the most perfectly designed things. Passionate about aesthetics and overall user experience more than boastful specs on paper, he enjoys the fine balance between form and function. His erudition in world cinema and music makes him a capable (and mostly harsh) critic.

Follow Ayan on Twitter at @Ayanghosh88


Suvil Susvirkar

Suvil Susvirkar

A gaming fanatic, Suvil majored in Journalism, only to end up on a couch with a gaming controller in his hands. His long stints on the lounge killing zombies are accompanied with copious amounts of food and beverages. Our in house gaming expert is also an avid photography enthusiast and Android fan. From the most expensive cell-phones to high-flying drones, Suvil loves his toys. Gizmoids is his ticket to unravelling the mysteries of the world of electronics in the real world while still claiming headshots in the virtual space. Can the deal get any better?

Follow Suvil on Twitter at @suvilsusvirkar