Anthony John Agnello

Anthony John Agnello

Anthony John Agnello is a financial journalist, tech writer and critic. He joined as a contributing writer in June 2010.

Anthony began covering the entertainment and technology industries in 2004, and has a keen eye for how artistic movements and consumer tastes can lead to dramatic industry shifts.

His byline has appeared in a wide range of publications and websites including MTV, Electronic Gaming Monthly, The Onion AV Club, The Escapist,, Game Pro and

Recent Articles

Nokia, MSFT Bet Big on Lumia 900, But …

With Apple's iPhone and Android phones crowding the market, making Nokia's upcoming Lumia 900 exclusive to AT&T carries significant risks.

Google’s Tablet Gambit Can’t Work

Google plans to offer a tablet to compete with Apple's iPad, sources say. But without stunning features and a low price, the device will face huge challenges.

With National Sports Network, News Corp. Would Be Picking a Fight It Can’t Win

Reports that News Corp. is considering launching a national sports network to compete with Disney's ESPN provoke consternation among some market observers.

MSFT’s Xbox Lite Could Be Key to Keeping Entertainment Earnings Growing

Sources say the rumored Xbox Lite set-top box will handle not just games but most other online media -- and become a big hit for MSFT's entertainment division.

The 10 Best Games for the New iPad

You've got the new iPad -- now it's time to do something with it. These are 10 of the best games your money can buy for the new iPad.

Netflix’s 3 Big Plans for Growth

Though written off by many, Netflix, with 21 million streaming-video subscribers, still has leverage in the market. Here are three of its growth strategies.

GameStop Partners with ATVI to Keep Digital Business Growing, but Is It Enough?

GameStop's partnership with ATVI is designed to keep GME's digital business growing. But pressure on the market for used physical games could pose a challenge.

Disney Needs New Film Plan After Taking $200 Million Loss on ‘John Carter’

A new Pixar offering and re-releases in 3D should help Disney stem losses on major flops, but a new strategy is needed to boost the film studio to new heights.

4 Manufacturers Entering the Windows 8 Tablet Race

HP, Dell, Nokia, and Sony are betting on Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system to help them advance against Apple's iPad in the computer tablet market.

Balance of Price and Function Is Key to Making Dell a Coveted Tablet Brand

If Dell's tablet is going to be coveted by consumers, it will need to distinguish itself from Apple's iPad in terms of both price and performance.