Technology can be a mystery. Many people are intimidated by its complexity and lack of understanding about how it works within the context of our modern world. That is why I am here to help! Here we will discuss some top tech resources for businesses, which may make your journey that much easier.
VentureBeat is a leading technology media company. We provide pioneering coverage of the most significant innovations, trends and crashes shaping our world.
Venture Beat’s mission is to equip readers with an insider knowledge base for navigating their careers in today’s dynamic tech landscape. The site provides groundbreaking news on Internet startups, web apps & gadgets; reviews cutting-edge hardware and software products; identifies emerging talent from Silicon Valley start-ups as well as other startup scenes across America (and abroad). It also publishes deep research reports about key topics impacting innovation such as cybersecurity or artificial intelligence management among others.”
2. The Next Web
The Next Web is an influential website with a reputation as one of the most reliable sources for high-quality and up to date information on emerging technologies, digital culture and markets.
The Next Web provides insightful analysis into how new technology will shape our future lives in increasingly profound ways. The site has quickly become known as one of the top places around that offers quality news coverage on everything from tech trends to startup funding rounds – all delivered by professionals who have extensive knowledge about what they’re talking about.
WIRED is a digital magazine that focuses on how emerging technologies are shaping the world. WIRED also organizes conferences and live events to discuss these topics in depth.
The first issue of Wired was published by Conde Nast Publications, Inc., with founding editor Kevin Kelly as its executive editor; it contained news features reporting from outside Silicon Valley throughout each section, but focusing on computer technology articles within those sections— including an article about the Internet written during what would be considered today’s early days following Tim Berners- Lee’s invention of HTML two years earlier.”
Gizmodo was founded in 2003 by a couple of blogging pioneers. They started out as an online blog with the idea to inform people about new gadgets and technology that were coming on the market, but they quickly found success when their readership grew exponentially due to word-of-mouth advertising from happy customers who had purchased items featured on Gizmodo’s website.
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Today it has grown into a major tech media company renowned for its journalistic integrity and industry expertise across all platforms: internet, TV, print magazines/newspapers etc…
Engadget is a popular website that focuses on technology. Engagdet provides reviews for new products and updates from the tech world, as well as tutorials to help readers learn about various technological topics like coding or 3D modeling.
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Engadgeit offers enjoyable content geared towards people who are interested in newly released technologies suchas smartcars, VR headsets, home assistants,, etc., along with pieces covering more general areas of interest including cryptocurrency news.
6. The Verge
The Verge is a technology blog that focuses on the intersection of culture, art and science. They have been around since 2011 when Verizon bought them from Vox Media for $200 million in 2015. The Verge’s tagline is “making sense of how things work.”
They write about topics such as artificial intelligence, VR/AR (virtual reality / augmented reality), space exploration, self-driving cars and more!
Re/code is a website that aims to be the source for all things related to tech and media in Silicon Valley.
Re/Code was founded by journalists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, who had previously worked together at The Wall Street Journal until they were both laid off due to downsizing of staff during an economic downturn (2010). Their goal with Re/Code has been described as “to develop authoritative content about technology’s impact on business, culture, art–and how people communicate.” They have put out podcasts discussing topics such as Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods Market or Apple unveiling their most recent iPhone models.
CNET is a branch of CBS Interactive that offers various types of content, including reviews and other information about gadgets.
CNET stands for “Consumer Network Technology” and it’s an interactive magazine with articles on the latest technological releases from companies like Apple or Samsung. It also has features written by enthusiasts to cover their favorite topics in depth instead of giving you just a review summary like most websites do nowadays .
9. Forbes Tech
Forbes Tech is an online magazine published by Forbes Media. It covers science, technology and the business of innovation across industries such as computing hardware, software services and semiconductors.
Forbes tech provides a snapshot into some of our most innovative companies with features on their culture to give readers insight through another perspective in addition to interviews from executives who are shaping these businesses for years to come.
Gigaom was one of the first companies to cover and analyze technology news, covering trends in Silicon Valley. They were founded back when tech blogs really started becoming a thing on the internet. In 2014 Gigaom announced that they would be shutting down their site later this year because it wasn’t financially viable for them anymore (which I can see), but now since they shuttered up shop so quickly people are wondering what’s going on with all these other sites like TechCrunch or Engadget? The future is looking pretty grim if you ask me!
In 2009 an article declaring “the end” of blogging came out only six years after we saw start reading many-a blog online as opposed to just newspapers at home.