If you are addicted to digital culture you probably have your favorite news sources, tech wise. But in case you stumbled on our Blog and you’re feeling curious, check out our recommendations and start exploring the exciting world of technology.
Mashable is a blog, founded in 2005, that today is one of the leading sources for news, information and resources. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. The blog has 20 million unique visitors and 6 million social media followers, making it one of the most engaged online news communities.
Mashable has over 20 social media channels with constant updates. Check out the complete list and we’re sure you’ll find the channel that suits you the most.
Mashable has a very interesting Pinterest channel, with almost 1.5 million followers and 42 Boards, from “Tech & Gadgets” to “Nerdy Desserts”. Be sure to check it out!
TechCrunch is technology news and insights blog, founded in 2005. TechCrunch is also famous for its great data base of start-up companies profiles, products, and websites.
TechCrunch has 12 million unique visitors and has more than 37 million page views per month, with the community that includes more than 2 million followers on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google and other social media.
CrunchBase is a free wiki-style directory of people, technology companies, and investors, launched in 2007. The companies can also include the lists of their key employees, funding and acquisition news, and other important events. If you’re looking for basic info on some company Crunch base is the right place to start.
Don’t forget to check out our company profile: Neomobile on CrunchBase.
Meetups are events organized by TechCrunch, worldwide and always transmitted in live steaming. We had the opportunity to see it in Rome in September – TechCrunch Italy 2013: (RE)Design, the event that provided the unique insight into the big changes and trends and presentations of the hottest Italian start-ups.
Engadget is a web magazine, launched in 2004, with, what they like to call obsessive daily coverage of everything new in gadgets and consumer electronics, with over 11 million estimated unique monthly visitors. It publishes several daily updates with news posts, product reviews, videos, photo galleries, editorials, and stacks of special featured content.
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Engadget started its own podcast in 2004, with technology related topics of discussion and closely linked to events that have happened during the week in the world of technology. The podcast can be downloaded directly from the web site.
Engaget Distro is a tablet magazine, containing weeks’ worth of Engadget news distilled down into a single magazine, that evolved into a platform where high-profile features and long form content are launched.
Need news on the go? Then Distro is the right thing for you.