If you don’t know the difference between an iMac, Macbook and a Chrome book then here are some technology blogs that you may want to follow. Take a look through the list and feel free to connect with those mentioned, either via Twitter or by visiting their blog.
David is a freelance writer primarily writing about cloud devices and mobile tech. His writing attempts to break down complex topics into simple terms, making hard to understand subjects more accessible. This includes how to guide, reviews and industry commentaries. He writes on on several different sites (allaboutsymbian.com and allaboutwindowsphone.com) and even does podcasting.
“Editor of Pocket-lint, lover of gadgets”, these words are his own. Pocket Lint is a great resource with a lot of readers, it covers topics on mobile phones, cameras and other mobile electrical devices. To get an update on some of the latest tablet devices click here.
Dan is a technology journalist living, working as the deputy editor at techradar.com. He regularly attends tech conferences, such as the CES and IFA, so has all the latest tech news and reviews. He has also worked with and been quoted in the @TheSunNewspaper, the @BBCClick and the IRN.
Former CEO of Beepl, Steve is an all round writer and tech blogger. He’s worked as a journalist at TechCrunch Europe and last100. He has also written for the @guardiantech, Mobile Industry Review and @MacworldUK. He has also advised various non-profit organisation on how to develop online publishing opportunities.
Journalist, editor and tech blogger George has been working in the industry for more than 20 years. He has created and launched several successful media websites and online forums/communities. He is currently working back in the UK, on various different media projects. George regularly tweets and blogs about current trends with new technologies, such as app development and new mobile hardware.
Stuart is a freelance journalist and tech blogger, covering topics such as mobile devices and entertainment, online music and consumer tech. He has worked for Music Ally, Mobile Entertainment, @thesundaytimes and @CNET. He has also freelanced on some high profile and notable sites on tech, media and mobile. Worth a follow if you want to find out about the latest tech news and reviews.
Clare is the Group editor of Know Your Mobile in the UK (knowyourmobile.com), as well as the Indian, US and Mexican version of the site. The site offers “everything for your mobile”, with reviews of the latest mobile phones and smart phones, company and brand news and updates, price and feature comparisons and mobile games reviews.
Gary is the tall Scot (he’s Scottish and tall). He writes about technology and is a freelance journalist, columnist and author. He primarily writes about tech news, guides and tutorials and internet pop culture. His debut novel, Coffin Dodgers, is currently available for sale on Amazon UK. The book is a divergence from tech and is actually a thriller about the murder of young people and an angry bear apparently.
Louise is a freelance social strategist, currently with @yosushi & @clearbooks. She has worked in several different areas of digital marketing including PR, advertsing, business development and digital production. She has also worked on high profile campaigns for @LOrealParisUK and @McCannErickson. She posts about social media, tech and new networking opportunities.
Chris Norton is a serial blogger and an award winning PR, communications and social media consultant. He has more than 14 years of experience working in the industry, working both for agencies and on an in-house basis. His blog is listed as one of the top 100 marketing blogs in the world. He has also won several social media awards for @SonyEricssonAP, @first_direct and @NHSLondonSHA.
A blog for all the latest UK technology news, reviews and analysis. The site provides 24/7 news updates on the technology and IT industry. V3.co.uk is particularly aimed at business owners and decision makers. Contributors are both based in the UK and Silicon Valley. It also has various software downloads, video demos and technology white papers.
Brian provides advisory services, blogging about web innovation and tech best practices. He is based at www.ukoln.ac.uk, University of Bath, UK. His site has a range of different resources and white papers on key technical topics, such as social media use and networks, web accessibility and the future and horizon of technology. All of these topics are discussed in relation to their relationship to higher and further education.
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Ravi is a tech blogger and startup consultant. The blog offers insights about the latest tech advances and developments, along with information on trends and product reviews of hardware, software and gadgets. The site also offers tech freebies on a regular basis, including beta versions of various pieces of software such as Norton Internet Security and Microsoft Office. As Ravi puts it ”Let Technology and Imagination encircle the world”.
Canadian Tech Blog
He is the head writer for the Canadian Tech Blogger, working for the site since 2009 from Alberta, Canada. The site offers reviews of products such as the iPad 3, iPad 2, apps (both useful and games) and various smartphones. The site also offers reviews and tech guides to operating systems and Google products, such as the new Google Drive.
Gav is not strictly a tech blogger yet he carries out social media for wardblawg.com, tweeting social media advice and tips of use to most business owners. Based in Glasgow, Gav is a former lawyer and is now more of a blogger, digital entrepreneur and SEO and Social Strategist. Some of his tweets are really useful for anyone that wants to improve their social media presence.
If you think that we have missed anyone out then feel free to get in touch.