9to5Toys.com is primarily a shopping deals and news site where we aim to be first posting original news on new gear and notable price drops. 9to5Toys also aggregates relevant technology deals from leaders in this industry including Dealnews.com, StackSocial and MacUpdate.Visit 9to5Toys »
AnandTech.com is a world-famous home to millions of readers who absorb leading-edge technology content. AnandTech is brisk, up-to-the-minute, and detail-packed, with editorial and in-depth hardware reviews about PC and IT products and services along with a large and engaged forum audience.
With technological expertise and a steadfast community, the site is designed to bring a breadth of technological understanding to the audience of early adopters and IT business decision makers.
AppleInsider launched in 1997 and quickly grew to become one of the Internet's premier sources of information for all things Apple. Each month AppleInsider is read by millions of visitors ranging from entry-level and advanced PC users to Wall Street analysts and Fortune 500 executives. Over the years, AppleInsider has broken stories on everything from Apple's plan to enter the retail business to cosmetic details of its next-generation Intel Macs and iPod digital music players.Visit AppleInsider »
AppStorm is a network of blogs dedicated to Apps on platforms including Mac, Web, iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows. Our blogs are highly respected for their great coverage, in-depth reviews, and quality editorial. They offer access to a high-tech audience of early adopters and enthusiasts.Visit AppStorm »
Big Think has created an interactive, civil space where the most intriguing ideas can be exchanged and debated.
From scientists to Nobel Laureates to rock stars, a diverse group of contributors reflects the full spectrum of human pursuit. Among them: Former Secretary of the Treasury and President of Harvard University Lawrence Summers; Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus; Grammy Award winner John Legend; Senators Ted Kennedy, Arlen Specter and Robert Menendez; architect Richard Meier; Republican Presidential candidate Senator John McCain; author Jonathan Franzen; Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer; and many, many others.
Big Think enables thought leaders and thoughtful people alike to share their views with the world.
CultofMac.com is a fast-growing website devoted to Apple, its products and community. We publish a daily digest of news, reviews and how-tos. CultofMac is an informative site for Apple pros as well as those new to the Mac, iPod or iPhone. The site is edited by Leander Kahney, the long-time editor of Wired.com and author of three best-selling books about Apple. His most recent book is Inside Steveâs Brain (Portfolio, 2008), a New York Times bestseller about Apple CEO Steve Jobs.Visit Cult of Mac »
DailyTech connects readers with technology news, products and companies that impact their daily lives. Our focus and structure allows us to uniquely provide an extremely wide audience - from those who are on top of the latest news and trends to those who are on the go and want information quickly.Visit DailyTech »
Launching in 2009, Droid Life has quickly grown to become one of the most respected and visited Android sites in the entire world. If there was one place to find the latest breaking news in Android, including new devices, tips, tricks, rumors and reviews, this would be it. Droid Life exclusively revealed the first photos of such groundbreaking devices as the Motorola DROID 2, HTC Thunderbolt and DROID 4 to name a few.Visit Droid Life »
Ed Bott's Windows Expertise & Media Central weblogs are dedicated to tips, tricks, news and product coverage on the latest media technology – digital music, PVRs, HDTV – and all flavors of the Windows operating system and the Microsoft Office suite, from Windows XP to Media Center, and from Tablet PC to MCE. Ed has been a top editor at PC World and PC Computing, and has written 21 books on computing.Visit Ed Bott's Windows Expertise And Media Central »
Electronista provides a wide range of coverage on all electronics and gadgets ranging from cellphones to televisions. It is read by interested consumers, computer enthusiasts, IT professionals, and investors. It is updated throughout the day with the very latest industry news â as it happens. Electronista aims to provide substantive, professional coverage of the most interesting and relevant technology news.Visit Electronista »
Andru Edwards developed Gear Live to be a premier destination for technology and gadget enthusiasts alike. His love of consumer electronics fuels the site's up-to-the-minute coverage of the tech space, written with a smart, honest, and witty edge.
Since its launch in 2004, Gear Live has been quoted in places like The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Seattle Times, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, and Ad Age. In addition, it was recently voted by the influential TechWeb as one of the top ten technology sources on the Internet which "readers turn to... for its fun, accessible take on technology." According to Google, there are over 126,000 links to Gear Live.
HDTV Magazine is the website for those who love HDTV. Their roots go back to 1984, when Dale Cripps founded The HDTV Newsletter, a professional publication distributed in 24 countries to those developing HDTV. On November 16, 1998, The HDTV Newsletter became the first online publication dedicated to HDTV -- HDTV Magazine.
Today, HDTV Magazine serves the public by educating enthusiasts and would-be consumers providing the latest in HDTV articles, news, reviews, products, and emerging technologies.
"High-Def Digest is dedicated to featuring daily news related to high definition technology, comprehensive Blu-Ray and gaming reviews, and the latest release dates. The site attracts a passionate, influential audience of high-tech early adopters and Blu-ray enthusiasts. High-Def Digest was founded by former Yahoo executive Jed Rosenzweig and is currently operated by Mike Attebery with a staff of twenty writers."Visit High-Def Digest »
As a trusted source for computers, gadgets and technology reviews/news for the early adopter, gadget freak, IT pro or connected trend-setter, HotHardware offers a rare mix of technical product analysis and professional industry journalism, sans the stuffed shirt and pocket protector. HotHardware's growing readership is almost always looking to be educated and many times are also making buying decisions. Whether you're looking for what's hot in computer graphics, processors, storage, notebooks, systems, displays, digicams, smartphones, or other gadgetry, HotHardware will wire you up with leading-edge insight into the latest and greatest in computing, high tech gear and breaking tech news.Visit HotHardware »
iPodNN is a leading source for news on Apple's iPod and related products. It is read by iPod enthusiasts, IT professionals, and investors. iPodNN is updated throughout the day with the very latest iPod and related news â as it happens. It provides readers with a timely and accurate source that focuses on the specific topic of iPod news.Visit ipodNN »
LifeClever is a terrific 'life hack' site -- a collection of tips for design and life that's among the favorite sites of Merlin "43 Folders" Mann. LifeClever's straightforward practical advice helps both designers and non-designers learn how to design, work, and live better â from a living room to a resume. LifeClever is helmed by Chanpory Rith, a designer at MetaDesign whose interaction and branding work includes projects for Yahoo!, Symantec, PC World and Four Seasons Hotels. With more than 1,300 inbound links from 699 sites, LifeClever is well within Technorati's Top 3,000.Visit LifeClever »
LiveSide, an independent news and information site focusing on Windows Live, is well known for being first with the best and most exclusive dirt on the Microsoft online initiative. The site feature interviews with Microsoft product team members and hosts the definitive list of Windows Live employee blogs and sites. LiveSide authors Harrison Hoffman, Chris Overd, and Kip Kniskern are all Windows Live MVPs (Most Valuable Professionals), recognized by the company to be among the most knowledgeable about Windows Live in the world. In February of 2006, Microsoft Watch called LiveSide's writers âsneaky geniuses,â and itâs become their unofficial motto. While its authors donât always please Microsoft PR, LiveSide is considered, both inside Microsoft and in the community, to be the authority on Windows Live.Visit LiveSide »
MacNN is a leading source for news on Apple products and related topics. It is read by Macintosh and iPod enthusiasts, IT professionals, and investors. It is updated throughout the day with the very latest industry news â as it happens. MacNN, launched in 1996, has a long-established record of timeliness and accuracy. MacNN prides itself on keeping ahead of the curve while maintaining editorial traditions.Visit MacNN »
MAKE has quickly become one of the hottest reads for tech enthusiasts, backyard scientists, hobbyists and basement inventors. A quarterly project-project based magazine, MAKEâs mission is to unite, inspire, inform and entertain a growing community of highly imaginative and resourceful people who undertake amazing projects in their backyards, basements, and garages. We call these people "Makers".
MAKE Magazine and Make: Online have been prominently featured in virtually every major North American newspaper and magazine - including The Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone, Forbes, BusinessWeek, The New York Times, NewsWeek and The Washington Post. MAKE's editors - including Phil Torrone, blog maestro of makezine.com - have been featured on CNN, CBS News, The Tonight Show and have made numerous appearances on NPR, TechTV and MTV.Visit Make: Online »
MEVIO hosts networks of personality-driven episodic entertainment to best engage our customers-comprised of viewers, producers, advertisers and partners. MEVIO is one of the fastest growing entertainment sites on the web. MEVIO has over forty shows in production, ranging from technology to comedy and general entertainment.Visit MEVIO »
Launched in January 2005, Modojo is the worldâs leading publication devoted to handheld and mobile videogames, covering the space from both consumer and trade perspectives. Well-respected within the mobile industry, Modojo editors have been invited to speak and judge at such industry events as CTIA, The Independent Games Festival, the Global Mobile Content Awards and others.Visit Modojo »
W. James "Hamlet" Au's New World Notes is a must-read destination for the Residents of Second Life, the user-created online world which surpassed a million total accounts in October 2006, and is adding new citizens by the thousands every day. Previously Second Life's official "embedded journalist" from March 2003 to Feburary 2006 (when he was a contractor for Linden Lab, the company behind SL), Au now continues the story as an FM author, documenting the rise of this emerging online society which may consider the next generation of the Internet, following its art, commerce, culture, and technology-- including the many citizens who make a real-world living from their virtual creations. He also documents the arrival of real world businesses, organizations, and governments into Second Life, from Twentieth Century Fox and Microsoft, to Creative Commons and the American Cancer Society, to the BBC and US Homeland Security, and also interviews figures like Cory Doctorow, Lawrence Lessig, and former Presidential hopeful Governor Mark Warner, who occasionally visit SL in avatar form. He's currently writing a book based on his coverage of Second Life, set to be published in 2007.
Au is also a contributor to GigaOM (another FM site), and longtime tech writer for publications like Wired Magazine and Salon. New World Notes has been featured on the BBC Online, CNN, NPR's Morning Edition, the Washington Post, NYTimes.com, the UK Guardian, Wired.com, among many other outlets. He's spoken on the subject at South by Southwest in Austin and the State of Play Conference co-sponsored by New York Law School, Yale Law School, and Harvard's Berkman center. Technorati listing.Visit New World Notes »
OhGizmo! reaches nearly 70,000 tech-savvy early adopters each month. Its readers love the blend of technological innovation, creative product design and daily gadget news. Alexa ranks OhGizmo at 22,278, Feedburner tallies an average of 3,000 RSS subscribers and Technorati counts 3,400 links from 1,075 sites. A team of three keeps OhGizmo up to date, under the leadership of managing editor David Ponce.Visit OhGizmo! »
Oobject is like Billboard music charts, but for gadgets. Gadgets in the broadest sense: vintage, current, prototype, weird and wonderful, ranked by users and covering everything from cars to cellphones. A new chart almost every day, and existing ones updated regularly.Visit Oobject »
PadGadget is the leading dedicated iPad news and information site. They provide readers with the latest iPad news, app and accessory reviews. PadGadget has been featured by top tech and news sites like The Wall Street Journal, CrunchGear, Techmeme and Boy Genius and we have been ranked a top 100 gadget site by Technorati.Visit PadGadget »
PhoneArena is dedicated to providing the most complete and in-depth information on the mobile industry to more than 3 million visitors monthly. Content includes cell phone specifications and features, software and hardware news and reviews. Phonearena boasts the largest mobile device database on the Web, featuring thousands of devices offered on the U.S. and European markets.Visit PhoneArena »
Ranking among the the 50 most popular sites of all time on del.icio.us, Thomas Marban's popurls.com | popular urls to the latest web buzz, is the dashboard for the hive mind — a single page that replaces the need to directly read Digg, Delicious, Flickr, Wired, Slashdot, NewsVine, Metafilter, Youtube and many other web-buzz related sites. With up-to-the-minute headlines presented in a minimalistic two-flavor design one can scan the latest headlines of what the web collectively thinks is either popular or interesting. A simple mouse over the headline will cleverly reveal a small box of expanded text on the article. Popurls ranks top for terms like "news" on bookmarking services and has a loyal and web-savvy readership.Visit popurls »
PSFK is a lens of changes in cultural behavior that influence all of us. We offer a set of trends sites contributed to by over 50 people across the globe reporting on trends in music, fashion, technology, advertising and youth. Our site readers tend to be slightly older (and wiser) media, design & advertising professionals.Visit PSFK »
QuickPWN.com was launched in August of 2008. The site focuses on the latest tech/gadget/smartphone news and strives to provide its audience with great content and a platform to share their concerns and opinions on advancing technologies. The QuickPWN team consists of a team of 3 technology enthusiasts that will aim to provide its readers with comprehensive content, reviews, as well as technology news on the web.Visit quickpwn.com »
Real World Technologies (RWT) is the premier community for computer industry professionals. RWT offers in-depth reviews and articles on computer architecture, microprocessor and computer system design, and other allied fields such as low-level software and semiconductors. The community is largely composed of industry insiders and experts on relevant topics, providing lively discussions and an opportunity for even the most experienced reader to learn something new.
The main driving force behind RWT is David Kanter, who writes about high-performance and embedded computer systems and manages other site contributors. David has extensive contacts throughout the computer industry and at major web publications. He has freelanced for the Microprocessor Report and been quoted in the San Jose Mercury News, the Inquirer and other leading web publications. His articles have been cited by ZDNet/CNet, the Register, eWeek and others.Visit Real World Technologies »
Searchblog is John Battelle's "thoughts on the intersection of search, media technology, and more." Battelle runs the Web 2.0 conference, and has taught at the UC Berkeley Graduate School in Journalism. In addition to his current role as Chairman and Publisher of FM, Battelle was the founder and publisher of The Industry Standard, and a co-founding editor of Wired magazine. His book, "The Search: Business and Culture in the Age of Google," was published by Penguin/Portfolio in September 2005 â making the Amazon, Businessweek, and Wall St. Journal best seller lists for business titles. More than 60,000 other sites link to Searchblog (source: Google).Visit SearchBlog »
Smart Mobs, the best-selling book of that name by Howard Rheingold, continues the investigation launched by the best-selling book of that name, about the merger of the mobile telephone, the personal computer, and the Internet into a new medium that enables collective action in ways that were never before possible. New industries have arisen, political leaders have been deposed and elected, new cultural practices have arisen. Anyone interested in the new forms of socializing, the emergence of new kinds of cooperative enterprise in the for-profit and non-profit world, the beginning of the "age of sentient things" in which trillions of smartifacts will permeate manufactured objects with computational capabilities, the potential of grid computing, the novel ways in which people put mobile telephones to use, follows the Smart Mobs team of international bloggers from USA, Australia, Netherlands, Brazil, and Switzerland as they focus on daily developments at the intersection of technology, social practice, and enterprise.Visit Smart Mobs »
Kevin Kelly, former executive editor of Wired Magazine and publisher of the Whole Earth Review, now attracts quirky fans to Street Use, a companion site to Cool Tools. Street Use looks at all the ways that people modify and re-create technology. Check out its collection of personal modifications, folk innovations, street customization, ad hoc alterations, wear-patterns, home-made versions and indigenous ingenuity. In short — stuff as it is actually used, which is rarely the way its creators planned on it being used. As William Gibson said, "The street finds its own uses for things."Visit Street Use »
STREETtech comprises tech reviews, news and how-to's by a posse of savvy writers under the leadership of Gareth Branwyn, the co-creator of Wired Magazine's popular Jargon Watch column and its editor for the past 12 years. STREETtech has been around since 1997, and has today almost all of the same writers it had then. That experience makes STREETtech's reviews sober and balanced.Visit STREETTech »
Techi is an exciting platform that serves fresh daily technology news, funky new design stuff, in-depth editorial articles, and reviews. Techi was born out of a desire to merge all types of technology news, from in-depth analysis to interesting bits and pieces about new gadgets or funky web applications.Visit Techi »
Technabob features new and unusual gadgets, gizmos, video games and other tech toys from around the globe. We try to offer something a little different from the countless tech news blogs out there, digging under rocks that arenât already uncovered, and always with a bit of wit and whimsy thrown in. The site is updated 8 to 10 times daily.Visit Technabob »
TheNextWeb.com is the source for technology news, business and culture with a worldly perspective. Since its launch in January 2008, the site has grown to reach over 2 million unique visitors from across the globe - priding itself on both its US and international audience.
The site profiles interesting products, companies and anyone working to create the next web, the next game changing development. With an international perspective on news, the site's main goal is to keep readers up-to-date, inspire them and ensure they hear about all the stories that matter, first.Visit The Next Web »
TheUnlockr.com is the number one source for how to videos for cell phone users. The site also features news and in-depth phone reviews and has an extremely loyal (and ever growing) reader base.
Their readers are early adopters, highly educated, very motivated, and in some cases are software developers or blog owners themselves.
TheUnlockr.com has been linked to by all of the major tech news sites including Gizmodo, Engadget, BoyGeniusReport, CNET, TmoNews, as well as many others. In addition to the top news sites linking to them, all the major sites for cell phone developers have linked to them as well; XDA-Developers, AndroidForums, ModMyMobile, HowardForums, etc.
Launched in September 2004, Ubergizmo has quickly become one of the top consumer electronics websites. Founded by Hubert Nguyen and Eliane Fiolet, who are respectively engineer and designer, Ubergizmo delivers straightforward news and analysis of the electronics you love and the ones that you love to hate.
Ubergizmo is distributed in six different languages and read in over 212 countries. Ubergizmo has been widely recognized as a leading high-tech website. Among other things, the site is a Webby Award Honoree, has been ranked as a Top100 Blog by PC Magazine, ranks very high in Nielsen's Blogpulse and was nominated in "Best Technology Blog" at the Bloggie Awards.
VentureBeat is a media company obsessed with covering amazing technology and why it matters in our lives. From the most innovative companies and the incredible people behind them, to the money fueling it all, VentureBeat is devoted to exhaustive coverage of the technology revolution. Led by Founder and Editor-in-Chief Matt Marshall and a team of experienced journalists, VentureBeat has grown into the leading source for breaking news and in-depth reporting on a range of technology trends â from social to mobile, small business to enterprise, clean tech, cloud services, games, and more.Visit VentureBeat »
Wi-Fi Networking News has become the pre-eminent news site for the Wi-Fi industry covering a spectrum of topics from hot spots to consumer equipment to technology developments. Those in the know turn to Glenn Fleishman's flagship Wi-Fi Networking News site and a small family of wireless data niche editorial sites covering cell data, voice over wireless LAN, public safety wireless, WiMax and broadband wireless, and the new 802.11n flavor of Wi-Fi.
The blog was started in 2001 after Fleishman wrote a cover story for The New York Times Circuits section on the very early stages of public Wi-Fi hot spots, which then numbered several hundred. (Today, hotspots number over 130,000 worldwide.) Fleishman is regularly quoted in the Associated Press, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and other print publications about wireless data and Wi-Fi.
CEOs, marketing directors, and engineers regularly check in with Fleishman both to obtain the state of the industry and to provide the latest information on their companies, technologies, and insight on the future.
Fleishman brings solid reportorial chops to his blogs. Over a 15-year writing career, he's contributed to most major business and technology publications. He currently contributes regularly to The Economist, Popular Science, The New York Times, and The Seattle Times, where he is a columnist. Fleishman appears weekly on KUOW-FM in Seattle in a segment called The Works, talking about technology.Visit Wi-Fi Networking News »
Xbit Labs provides consumers with detailed and objective information and insight on the latest hardware. Up to date and adaptable, Xbit Labs engages readers with in-depth technology and hardware reviews. Xbit connects with the IT business decision maker, early adopters and tech enthusiasts as a source of trust and reliability. It's the destination for reliable and unbiased hardware reviews.Visit X-bit labs »
YFROG is a service run by ImageShack that lets you share your photos and videos on Twitter. YFROG makes tweeting photos and videos a breeze. Retweeting is even easier. Your friends will able to easily retweet any YFROG post directly from the landing page. It's optimized for mobile viewing.Visit yfrog »