Best technology site 2012

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  • The Wirecutter is a stripped down, easy-to-use consumer's guide to all things electronic. Unlike cluttered sites that bombard the reader with niche news bits only relevant to the most die-hard tech enthusiasts, The Wirecutter carefully curates the top deals across a variety of products. Highly recommended for those hoping to save some time on research and still get the best products. Twitter Follow: @blam
  • CNET has long been one of the best tech blogs in the biz. In addition to featuring comprehensive reviews on basically every tech product that comes on the market, their editors do a great job of picking the top 5 products in every category (smart phones, aptops, desktops etc.). For the technology enthusiast, CNEt also curate the top tech news of the day here. Follow on Twitter: @CNET
  • Gizmodo will have you surfing its pages for hours. How could you not, with sections like Home Modification and Gizmodo Explains in addition to all those reviews? Gizmodo gets its unique editorial flavor from a smart style and broad sense of what constitutes "tech" (they will review the technology of the new Nike sneakers along with the new macbook pro). Follow on Twitter: @Gizmodo
  • If The Wirecutter is a "minimalist" tech site, then The Verge definitely takes a maximalist approach. Featuring tons of tech news and reviews, The Verge might be one of the prettiest sites on the tech blog scene these days. In addition to really great industry coverage and reviews, The Verge has an awesome podcast The site is easy to use, with clear numbered rankings for each product and a clean design for quick navigation. Follow on Twitter: @Verge
  • Of course we're going to mention HuffPost Tech. This is everything from Sony announcing the price of their new tablet to "Look at this ape using an iPad!" Visit HuffPost Tech for broad news in the Tech and Innovation space. The Huffington Post is owned by AOL Follow on Twitter: @HuffPostTech
  • TechCrunch made a name for itself under former editor Mike Arrington by deftly covering the startup scene across both the East and West coasts. The site has grown to include a robust reviews section, videos and even these awesome buyers guides that help you make important tech decisions through visualized information. TechCrunch is owned by AOL Follow on Twitter: @TechCrunch
  • has robust coverage of the tech industry as well as a killer image gallery and video section. Their podcasts are pretty killer as well. Engadget is owned by AOL Follow on Twitter: @Engadget
  • Mashable has come a long way since its humble origins in 19-year-old Pete Cashmore's home in Aberdeen, Scotland in 2005. With over 50+MM pageviews, Mashable is now a a leading site dedicated to all things tech. In addition to gadget reviews, mashable consistently publishes helpful material to make sure your devices are not only up-to-date, but also safe from viruses and hacks. Follow on Twitter: @mashabletech
  • GigaOm is more of an industry blog, but provides great reporting for those who want a deeper look in to what makes tech companies tick. Recommended for the seasoned tech enthusiast. Follow on Twitter: gigaom
  • WIRED.com is a tech news powerhouse. Not only do they do very solid investigative journalism, but their gadget reviews are smart and cover some pretty obscure (but useful!) territory. We even found this review for kitchen equipment designed to help you make desserts. Follow on Twitter: @wired

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