3 Digital Technology Blogs and Why You Should Follow Them

In today’s ever-changing and diverse culture, there are a lot of place to get information, including technology. There are also many ways to stay educated on all of the new technology and gadgets out there today. Luckily, there are blogs for you to learn from to find out about the next-big-thing coming in technology. Finding the right blogs to follow, so you can stay in the know can be somewhat overwhelming at times. Thankfully, you don’t have to search the Internet high and low for these awesome blogs; we have done that for you! We have also included their Twitter handles as social media plays a big role in the job hunt, and the technology world of today. Take a peek at these three digital technology blogs and what they might have to offer to your digital technology future.

Engadget(@engadget)

Engadget is a technology and web online source with constant coverage on what is happening in the world of technology. They specifically focus on consumer electronics, new tech gadgets, and new media happenings. With a constant stream of what’s happening in the world of technology and apps for your mobile platform of choice, the technology world will always be at your fingertips to continue to learn about your field of study.

The Verge(@verge)

This awesome, technology-focused blog was founded just last year (2011), and already has a big following – more than  47,000 Facebook fans. This newborn publication is a great venue for breaking technology news, new technology product information, and group collaboration and chats about technology. Check out this blog for stories on software, mobile, pc, Mac, gaming, storage, and much more.

The Next Web(@TheNextWeb)

With digital technology and new media blogs becoming rapidly popular within the past 5 years, The Next Web is continuing its reign as one of the most popular tech blogs. Their audience is more than 5 million monthly visits – to read and gain information from. TNW [as it is frequently called] publishes blog posts about Internet technology (IT), technology in business, and technology in culture.

 

As digital technology continues to evolve in the blog world and in history, does this list of digital technology blogs have you thinking about a degree and making technology and design a career? We would love to know your thoughts on the above blogs, too.

Do you read any of these technology blogs already or do you have recommendations for us? Let us know in the comments below.

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Kendall Bird is an Online Community Specialist for Rasmussen College. With her Bachelor’s degree in public relations and a passion for social media, she enjoys writing motivating and enthusiastic blog content to encourage future, current and former students to learn more about their discipline of study. Kendall’s ultimate goal is to generate a positive community through blogging to promote learning and change lives.

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