10 Best Tech Blogs

1. The Verge

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The Verge is an American technology news and media network operated by Vox Media. It has offices in Manhattan, New York City. The network publishes news items, long-form feature stories, product reviews, podcasts, and an entertainment show. The website uses its own proprietary publishing platform with video content. The network’s content is financed through advertising and sponsorship and is managed by its editor-in-chief Nilay Patel and executive editor Dieter Bohn. The site launched on November 1, 2011. The Verge won five Webby Awards for the year 2012 including awards for Best Writing (Editorial), Best Podcast for The Vergecast, Best Visual Design, Best Consumer Electronics Site, and Best Mobile News App. SOURCE

2. TechCrunch

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TechCrunch is an American online publisher of technology industry news. It primarily covers the business side of tech, reporting breaking tech news, bold opinions on new products, thorough analysis of emerging trends in tech, and regular profiling of popular new tech businesses, from early stage startups to publicly traded companies. Notable journalists and contributors include Josh Constine, Mike Butcher, Matthew Panzarino, Matt Burns, Jordan Crook, Ingrid Lunden, Frederic Lardinois, Connie Loizos, Sarah Perez, Darrell Etherington, Alexia Tsotsis, Michael Arington, Eric Eldon, Kim Mai Cutler, Anthony Ha, and many others. The website is owned by Oath Inc. SOURCE

3. How-To Geek

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“We are an online tech magazine, dedicated to providing interesting articles, how-tos, and even fun trivia to our audience of geeky (and not-so-geeky) readers. Founded in 2006, How-To Geek’s goal was to bring a better how-to site to the internet—with content that’s understandable for regular people, but geeky enough that the more technical readers would find it interesting as well.”

4. MakeUseOf

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“Founded in 2007, MakeUseOf is a technology website, focused on bridging the connection between users, computers, devices and the Internet through education. Our mission is to help users deconstruct the world of technology and gadgets.”

5. Ars Technica

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Ars Technica (Latin-derived for the “art of technology”) is a website covering news and opinions in technology, science, politics, and society, created by Ken Fisher and Jon Stokes in 1998. It is often confused with ARS Electronics. It publishes news, reviews, and guides on issues such as computer hardware and software, science, technology policy, and video games. Many of the site’s writers are postgraduates and some work for research institutions. Articles on the website are written in a less-formal tone than those in traditional journals. SOURCE

6. Android Authority

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“Android Authority is the largest publication dedicated to the world’s most widely used operating system. Every month, we influence an audience of 50 million professionals in the tech industry, technology enthusiasts, and savvy millennials. Our team is a diverse coalition of expert bloggers, device reviewers, videographers, and Android developers who have come together under a united passion: a love of mobile technology and the determination to deliver top-notch content.”

7. The Next Web

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“There’s a large and growing group of people who take a special interest in technology. This is what we call Generation T. Their need for information, data and personal connections is increasing. TNW is a future-proof tech media company that focuses on this cross-generational group and helps them get the most out of technology by informing them through remarkable stories and insights, and by bringing them together through extraordinary events and workspaces.”

8. BGR

BGR

“BGR is a leading online destination for news and commentary focused on the mobile and consumer electronics markets. It is America’s #1 source of exclusive and breaking mobile news, and a technology category leader among early adopters, savvy technophiles and casual readers alike.”

9. iMore

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iMore is a Canadian website founded in 2008, previously as Phonedifferent, with its main focus on all aspects of Apple devices (also featuring sections on several other platforms). It is run by editor-in-chief Rene Richie with a small editing staff. Along with the usual news and rumors, iMore often features in-depth technical details of Apple software and operating systems, aimed at explaining to readers how and why certain things have been done by Apple, in their wider context of achieving better usability and design goals. SOURCE

10. TechSpot

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“TechSpot is a leading computer and technology publication established in 1998. Read daily by thousands of power users, tech enthusiasts, IT decision makers and gamers, TechSpot is home to over 6 million readers every month.”

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