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With more than 570 million blogs online and 77% of people still reading them, you can find plenty of blogs on any given topic. It’s obvious it’s still worth investing in creating high-quality written content as part of your marketing strategy. These 22 top tech blogs give readers all the up-to-date news on technology products.

 22 of the top tech blogs about cutting-edge tech advances


Wired is one of the most popular tech blogs in the industry. It features articles on all aspects of technology and how it shapes our lives, touching on politics, transport, security, and culture. The tone is light and snarky, making it engaging as well as informative.

MIT Technology Review

If you’re looking for a tech blog, MIT Technology Review should be one of the first you click through to. MIT Technology Review features topics like AI, biotechnology, computing, climate change and so much more.


TechCrunch has the latest news on gadgets and gizmos, apps, and tech events. TechCrunch even has sections for those looking specifically for video and audio when searching for new tech news.


Gizmodo is the go-to blog for tech, science and culture. Gizmodo focuses on sharing tech content with occasional humor — and always with blunt honesty. With a history dating back to 2002, Gizmodo is a long-established and well-respected news source.


ReadWrite was founded by New Zealander Richard MacManus in 2003. ReadWrite is a place to find the newest information about connected cars, smart homes, AR/VR, fintech and APIs.

Fast Company

Fast Company focuses on innovations in technology, leadership and world-changing design, emphasizing their impact on business. Launched in November 1995, Fast Company is still a leading site for business leaders, and a subscription to the newsletter provides a daily dose of all the important news.


ReadDive is here for your “Daily Dose of Tech.” ReadDive’s blogs focus on tech news, fintech and health tech while also focusing on software development and testing.

The Verge

Founded in 2011, The Verge explores how technology shapes our lives and futures. Treating tech as central to the lives of everyone, The Verge produces content for the mainstream audience, cutting through the jargon to make the news accessible to all.


Mashable is a massive multiplatform media and entertainment company offering in-depth news and opinion pieces on tech and digital culture. Mashable also has an intensive section focused completely on tech. The site attracts 45 million unique monthly users and 28 million social media followers.


ZDNet provides 24/7 coverage so you get the latest tech news and tech trends as they happen. It caters primarily to IT professionals and decision makers who rely on accurate, up-to-date information to make sound business choices.


Futurism is the publishing arm of a New York City independent media company that focuses on providing the hottest tech topics. Futurism has topics ranging from AI, earth energy, future society, robots and so much more.


Recode is a technology news website that focuses on uncovering how our digital world is changing. Recode launched in January 2014, and it offers a wealth of information from independent journalists. It also has podcasts, newsletters and events sections that you can dive into.

Ars Technica

Ars Technica (which translates as Art of Technology, if you were wondering), is a tech site for IT professionals and “alpha geeks,” as their founder, Ken Fisher, calls his readers. Since 1998, the site has provided detailed technical content in a fun, accessible way, with a reader-focused approach that puts quality content before clickbait.


Engadget works in the space where technology and entertainment meet, providing news and reviews for television, gadgets and gaming. The blog network is owned by AOL and has been running since 2004.


Don’t want to subscribe to a dozen newsletters or spend hours sifting through multiple sites for the information you need? Redef may be the answer. The curated site brings together tech and media news from many sources, compiling it into a single feed for a convenient way to stay informed.

Android Authority

Looking for a tech blog that focuses solely on android technology, the world’s most widely used operating system? Then Android Authority  is for you. From buyer’s guides to popular apps, Android Authority helps android lovers with their articles every day.


CNET reports on the latest consumer technology breakthroughs and highlights how tech interacts with our daily lives. With focuses on tech, culture, money, wellness, cars, home, and deals, CNET is full of articles —  you’re bound to find something that fits your reading needs.


Founded in 2006, VentureBeat is a leading news source for tech innovations. It aims to provide the deep level of understanding required by professionals such as developers and business leaders. The site hosts content for 6 million monthly unique visitors, accounting for 12 million monthly page views.

Hacker Noon

Hacker Noon is an independent tech blog that claims to be “how hackers start their afternoons.” The site’s USP is an honest, independent approach to tech news and opinions, with contributions from over 15,000 writers for their 3 million-plus monthly readers.


For all the latest on consumer electronics and mobile technology, check out BGR (Boy Genius Report). Launched in 2006, BGR is a hot spot for early adopters and technophiles, thanks to its exclusive content on breaking news in the mobile sector. BGR is a one-stop shop for your technology news needs with a clean, concise blog setup.


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