The best tech websites to follow 2020

 

TechCrunch
TechCrunch is a must-follow site if you're in the nitty-gritty of the startup world. Financing news, acquisitions, new feature releases, mergers and groundbreaking technologies, TechCrunch keeps an eye on everything that is happening in the tech world and delivers you in an easy-to-read format.

They also have a ton of podcasts on various topics, if you don't like to read news
on your phone.



  • TheVerge
  • Another of our favorites, particularly if you're more into gadgets and other' cool things,' TheVerge is a great resource. Their YouTube channel is probably the best Tech news and gadget reviews out there.

    The videos are well created and appealing in terms of esthetics, and so is their beautiful website. We also have on their website a science section containing lots of interesting scientific theories and happenings.

    The subjects are divided into different categories so you won't have any problem finding exactly what kind of material you're searching for.

  • VentureBeat
  • Focused on covering all of tech's latest and greatest, VentureBeat is simply a tech news website with no fluff at all. If you don't want to get distracted with other content and just want tech news, then VentureBeat is a good starting point.
    Whether you're a tech fan or a startup founder in the tech world, VentureBeat keeps you up-to-date on everything that's important to tech.


  • Wired
  • Wired has covered you with everything you need to know in the technology world, from tech news to how tech impacts our everyday lives.
    Besides technology, Wired also covers a variety of topics such as business, science, gear, safety, transportation, and more. Their website is very well structured and also easy to read.

  • Digital Trends
  • Digital Trends is a website brimming with great information. Digital Trends is a great website to stay on top of well, digital trends, from the latest new product and gadget coverage to comprehensive product analysis!
    A standout feature is their' Original Series' tab, which deals in-depth with every subject in the form of a web series. The best ones are-The Food Fight, Woman with Byte, Live on Digital Trends, and Switch Tech.

  • Mashable
  • In addition to covering the latest tech events and product launches from around the globe, Mashable is a full-fledged infotainment website that covers topics such as entertainment, politics, culture, science, industry, etc.
    Mashable is always looking for news and updates from fresh tech, and is definitely a great website if you want to catch up on a variety of different subjects.

  • The Information
  • The Knowledge is for those who want to know more than the average tech-geek, with the promise of "deeply researched stories about the technology industry you won't find anywhere else"
    The Information provides long-form journalism written by independent writers to provide you with a 360-degree view of tech news, and not just the fluff around it. It's a paid service but every penny is worth it!


  • Engadget
  • Engadget, as the name suggests, is a gadget-focused website that reviews and observations of the products. It also covers a lot of tech news though.
    The segment ' Reviews' offers comprehensive product reviews and can be of assistance when looking to purchase a computer gadget. The segment ' Buyer's Guide' is categorically divided into different kinds of transactions to further aid you with your tech purchasing decisions.

     

    Ars Technica
    Having been published for more than 2 decades. Ars Technica is one of the world's oldest computer magazines. It is still thriving and has gained loyal and frequent audience since its inception.
    Aside from tech news, it also covers business and IT news, automotive and gadgets, science and culture and much more. To get the most out of the web and get an ad-free experience, there is a subscription plan here.


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