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06.22.06 12:38 AM

surge in gadget blogging

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for a while the most dominant players in the gadgeting blog arena were gizmodo and engadget. i suppose the success of these two, as well as the prevalence of feed readers have enabled a lot more gadget blogs to come to the fore.

here's a list of the few i've been checking out lately...

  • DotGizmo: The Best gadget Blog Posts
    A gadget blog aggregator, featuring feeds from Daily Gadget, Electrolady, Fosfor Gadgets, Gadget Madness, GadgetPimp, Bios Magazine, geekBlue, Gizmos For Geeks, sundries, I4U News. LIVEdigitally, Mobile Magazine, Da Wireless Kubo, Mr. Gadget Australia, ployer, Popgadget, portagame, Shiny Shiny, Techie Diva, Ubergizmo, and Geeks Are Sexy.
  • Gadget Candy
    This one is affiliated with T3, a UK gadget magazine that's a Future Publishing venture.
  • Gadgetell - Tech News, Reviews, and Interesting Things Blog
    A tech and gadget news information source, Gadgetell aims to keep readers connected with the fast-paced tech industry while providing some comic relief.
    With the tagline: "Feeding all about gadgets, toys, electronics and technology," is available in Dutch, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, and Chinese versions. It functions as a semi-automated blog with aggregated news and comments.
  • Popgadget: Personal Tech for Women
    Is a "lifestyle magazine that embraces technology as a regular and essential part of women's lives. They cover topics traditionally seen in women's magazines, such as health and fitness, beauty and fashion, home, family, and entertainment, but with a unique focus on the products and people that bring exciting innovations to those aspects of our lives." Its publisher, PopLife Media, also publishes Babygadget.
  • Techie Diva's Guide to Gadgets
    "Where Technology and Fashion Meet : Technology and Gadgets for Women."

Honorable Mention:

Not really a gadget blog, but Treehugger is "a web magazine, dedicated to everything that has a modern aesthetic yet is environmentally responsible." There's also Treehugger TV featuring weekly episodes "dedicated to everything that has a modern aesthetic yet is environmentally responsible."

I like it because it's so future culture.

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