Top 5 Tech Blogs To Follow
There’s a huge amount of tech info out there and it’s changing all the time. While you can keep an eye on one website to get an overview of what’s happening in the technology sector, you can never really get the broad picture without consulting a number of sources. Yes, big news will be seen everywhere so you’re likely to get the gist of what’s happening, but more often than not smaller issues can be of just as much interest to you.
Top 5 Tech Blogs
Cast a wide net and you’ll get a lot more useful information. Here’s our top five tech blogs and websites to watch in the year ahead.
How To Geek
How to Geek; the perfect blog for any tech geeks out there. You might never need to know how to do a lot of what they teach, but it’s a tremendous boon to your knowledge in general. After all, there’s no point studying each aspect of tech in isolation – you want to know how everything works together.
Love them or hate them, Apple are a gigantic tech leader and if you don’t know what’s going on with their latest products then you don’t know what’s happening in a huge chunk of the tech world.
Engadget are one of the most reliable unofficial sources of what the trend-setting corporation are up to, so if you want to know what might be coming down the tracks, this is an invaluable blog to consult.
What was once attached to the defunct Gawker network is now a flagship blog of its own. In many ways Gismodo’s past links to Gawker are still very much in its DNA – they’ve often been accused of being the gossip columnists of the tech industry. But a kinder critic might praise them for holding the tech industry to the same standards other outlets apply to politicians.
If you want to know what’s ahead, look no further than Gigaom. As one of the largest blogs on the internet, they can afford to only hire the truly technology obsessed.
Mashable have their finger on the pulse of the tech industry social media world. You know they’re the right blog for you if finding out what’s happening every other day isn’t enough. They can keep you up to date with what’s happening in the world on a second to second basis. It’s a great way to get involved with whatever conversation your colleagues in tech are about to have.