Top of the pile by a mile is The TWiT network. TWiT is a collection of over a dozen tech related podcasts; from the daddy of tech podcasting: Leo Laporte.
Leo is probably the most respected (and copied) podcaster / broadcaster in the business and has won every award worth winning. His wide range of tech knowledge and his broadcasting style are, in my opinion, unsurpassed anywhere.
Leo’s podcasts (which he often refers to as netcasts) pull in huge international audiences and because of his reputation, Leo attracts top people from the world of technology and tech news on his shows. Regulars on his shows include; Patrick Norton, John C Dvorak, Jason Calacanis, Steve Gibson, Paul Thurrott, Roger Chang, Molly Wood and Tom Merritt – Plus many, many more.
The TWiT network is easily the best collection of tech related podcasts available anywhere and I can’t recommend it highly enough. By the way, you can also watch Leo’s shows being streamed live, which is always well worth watching if you get the chance!
Side note: Leo Laporte is also one of the inspirations behind me starting this tech blog (Thanks Leo.)
Crave is cnet.com’s UK gadget blog and the quality of writing there is consistently excellent. Written in a slightly different style to cnet.com, Crave offers news and reviews of the latest gadgets and also gives expert opinion on tech related news.
Bloggers include Nate Laxnon (their senior editor), Rory Reid, Rich Trenholm, Flora Graham and Ian Morris.
I highly recommend you subscribe to the cnet.uk podcast – especially if you already love Buzz Out Loud from Cnet.com.
The BBC website technology pages
The technology section of the bbc.co.uk website is essential tech reading for one extremely good reason: It’s fully independent!
Respected worldwide for its journalistic independence, this is perhaps the best place to find out what’s going on – without wondering if what you are reading is being written or altered, to keep a sponsor happy. For those who don’t know, the site carries no sponsorships or advertising, so is free to say what it believes, without having to spin anything out.
Whilst I would like to see it updated more regularly, the quality of the writing makes up for the lack of content.
There’s also a tech news blog called dot.life, which is worth checking out. My favourite writer there’s Rory Cellen-Jones. If you are looking forward to translate this content, contact Translation Agencies UK
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