Founded in July 2005, Mashable is the world’s largest blog focused exclusively on Web 2.0 and Social Media news. Mashable is the most prolific blog reviewing new Web sites and services, publishing breaking news on what’s new on the web and offering social media resources and guides. Mashable is also popular with bloggers, Twitter and Facebook users — an increasingly influential demographic.
ReadWriteWeb is one of the most popular technology blogs in the world. ReadWriteWeb provides analysis of Web products and trends to an intelligent audience of engaged technology decision makers, Web enthusiasts and innovators.
ZDNet is the online destination for professionals seeking to solve business technology problems and find new opportunities. ZDNet provides a broad range of business technology coverage by experts across industries.Features include daily tech news, blogs, videos, photo galleries, white papers, Webcasts, editorial analysis, peer feedback, and ongoing research.
TechCrunch was founded on June 11, 2005, as a weblog dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing new Internet products and companies. In addition to covering new companies, we profile existing companies that are making an impact (commercial and/or cultural) on the new web space. TechCrunch has now grown into a network of technology focused sites offering a wide range of content and new media.
Engadget was launched in March of 2004 in partnership with the Weblogs, Inc. Network (WIN). Engadget is a web magazine with obsessive daily coverage of everything new in gadgets and consumer electronics.
The Huffingtion Post is an American news website and aggregated blog founded by Arianna Huffington, Kenneth Lerer, and Jonah Peretti, featuring various news sources and columnists. The site offers coverage of politics, technology, media, business, entertainment, living, style, the green movement, world news, and comedy, and is a top destination for technology, news, blogs, and original content.
This is the the best source of How-To articles anywhere, with content easy enough for beginners but useful enough for geeks as well. You can look for solutions of several types of computer problems and that too in very simple steps.
CrunchGear is a blog covering gadgets, gear and computer hardware. It is a part of Michael Arrington’s TechCrunch Network.
The Next Web launched in January 2008 as a spin off of The Next Web Conference. Soon after, the site took a life of its own and the potential for a technology site from an international perspective became a reality. The Next Web is the European blog on technology and startups. Everyday The Next Web brings to you interesting stuff that is going on in the web-o-sphere.
QuickPWN.com was launched in August of 2008. The site focuses on the latest tech/gadget/smartphone news and strives to provide it’s 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. Sit back and enjoy while we pawn news that will cater your thirst for technology.
These blogs are ones that gotten and retained my attention, but I’m sure there are many more out there, hidden between the millions of Google profiles. So which one you like to follow or inspired with, do share your views with us.
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