Top 100 Most Influential Tech Bloggers

IT Manager Daily's Top 100 Most Influential Bloggers

IT Manager Daily has scoured the web for the top 100 most influential technology bloggers.  Those included were selected based on where they’ve been published, the volume of articles they’ve written, and their popularity within the industry.  The list is broken into three categories:

  • Newcomers (5 years or less as a tech writer)
  • Entrepreneurs (launched own site)
  • Veterans (more than 5 years as a tech writer)

Complete List

IT Manager Daily Complete List Top Tech Bloggers


Alexia Tsotsis
TechCrunch
@alexia
Alexia is the co-editor on TechCrunch covering early stage startups. She’s been featured in the Forbes “30 Under 30: Rising Stars of Media List” and has had interviewed everyone from Groupon’s Andrew Mason to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski.


Anthony Ha
TechCrunch
@anthonyha
A writer for TechCrunch, Anthony covers media, advertising, and startups for the popular tech blog. With previous stints as a staff technology writer at Adweek and a senior editor at VentureBeat, Anthony has become known for his strong reporting and writing.


Arik Hesseldahl
AllThingsD
@ahess247
Having covered the tech sector since 1996, Arik is a veteran columnist, trusted for his keen insights and perspectives. With experience at BusinessWeek and Forbes, Arik is now senior editor at All Things Digital.


Arn Kim
MacRumors
@arnoldkim
Founder of the popular Apple rumor website MacRumors, Arn has a knack for delivering insightful analysis on all things Apple. Amazingly, Arn spent his first eight years building MacRumors into the leading Apply news site while at the same time working as a full time MD.


Barry Schwartz
Search Engine Land
@rustybrick
Barry has covered search news for more than 5 years and is currently Search Engine Land’s News Editor. In addition, Barry also founded and runs Search Engine Roundtable and is a guru for all things involving search.


Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten
The Next Web
@Boris
A serial entrpreneur, Boris is co-founder of The Next Web, known for the TNW Blog. Boris successfull built up TNW into one of the web’s most popular and authoritative technology blogs.


Brad Linder
Liliputing
@bradlinder
Brad is the founder and editor of two mobile technology sites, Liliputing and Mobiputing. Previously he spent 3 years writing for DownloadSquad, building it into one of the top resources for app news.


Brad Stone
Bloomberg Businessweek
@BradStone
Brad is a senior writer for Bloomberg Businessweek and a veteran technology columnist. Previously, he was the longtime technology correspondent for the New York Times.


Chris Ziegler
The Verge
@zpower
Chris is a senior editor for The Verge covering the latest news and developments in mobile technology, well respected for his writing and reporting.


Dan Frommer
SplatF
@fromedome
Dan recently launched the technology news site SplatF. Before that he helped found and build Silicon Alley Insider which later expanded to became Business Insider. Dan also worked as a reporter at Forbes and is a verteran technology authority.


Dan Goodin
Ars Technica
@dangoodin001
Dan is the IT Security Editor at Ars Technica, covering the latest developments in malware, computer espionage, botnets, and hardware hacking. Before that, he honed his reporting skills working for the Associated Press and The Register.


Danny Sullivan
Search Engine Land
@dannysullivan
Danny is the preeminent authority on search engines. With more than 15 years spent covering the search industry, Danny heads up the popular blog Search Engine Land he founded.


Darren Murph
Engadget
@darrenmurph
As managing editor for Engadget, Darren delivers insightful analysis on the latest technology news and developemnts. He is also known for holding the Guinness Record for being the most prolific blogger, having composed more than 18,000 posts.


David H. Freedman
New York Times
@dhfreedman
Author of New York Times’s “Tech Support” column, David brings a unique perspective with interests in science and medicine.


David Kaplan
TVExchanger
@davidaKaplan
Previously of paidContent, David is managing editor for TV Exchanger. David covers the latest news and developments affecting TV, advertising, cable, broadband, and the increasingly interconnected household.


Dean Takahashi
VentureBeat
@deantak
Dean is a lead writer for VentureBeat, covering video games, security, chips and a variety of other subjects. He is known as an expert on the gaming industry, with a focus on Xbox.


Declan McCullagh
CNET
@declanm
As chief political correspondent for CNET, Declan focuses on the intersection between technology and the politics. An award winning columnist, his articles have appeared everywhere from the Wall Street Journal to The New Republic.


Don Reisinger
CNET
@donreisinger
Don is a popular freelance tech journalist with his works appearing on CNET, Slashgear, eWeek, and CIO Insights. Don focuses his writing on gadgets, Apple, among other tech topics.


Drew Olanoff
The Next Web
@thatdrew
Drew is The Next Web’s West Coast Editor. Known as a connector and innovator, he coined the phrase “Social Good” for online charitable movements, and invented the online “donation by action” charity model.


Duncan Riley
Medacity
@duncanriley
Born in and based out of Australia, is a former editor of TechCrunch and founder and editor of Medacity, a blog covering the world of new media. Prior to his current venture, Duncan founded The Inquisitr before selling the tech site in 2011.


Elinor Mills
CNET
@elinormills
Elinor is a senior editor for CNET covering Internet security and privacy. Having covered technology since 1994, Elinor is an expert on the latest cybersecurity threats.


Emil Protalinski
ZDNet
@EmilProtalinski
Emil is a popular technology editor for ZDNet. Prior to his current position, Emil wrote for Neowin and Ars Technica.


Eric Bangeman
Ars Technica
@ericbangeman
Eric is an avid tech junkie and managing editor for Ars Technica. He delivers a keen understanding on technology’s impact on business having worked at McKinsey & Company for nearly a decade.


Eric Eldon
TechCrunch
@eldon
Eric got his start covering technology and finance as VentureBeat’s very first employee. Later he co-founded and was editor of Inside Network before writing for TechCrunch.


Eric Savitz
Forbes
@savitz
Known for his popular The Tech Trade blog, Savitz covers the latest tech and investing news. Eric brings a unique business perspective to his tech writing and is frequently read by software/hardware traders. He is now San Francisco Bureau Chief for Forbes.


Eric Slivka
MacRumors
@WildCowboy
Eric is editor in chief of popular Apple rumor website MacRumors. Since 2009, he’s worked with the site, helping to turn it into one of the top Apple news blogs.


Erick Schonfeld
TechCrunch
@erickschonfeld
Erick is a technolog journalist and former editor in chief of TechCrunch. Much credit is given to him for turning TechCrunch into the leading technology blog that it is today.


Florian Mueller
FOSS Patents
@FOSSpatents
Florian is known as the top authority on software copyright and patent related issues. In addition to writing for his blog, FOSS Patents, he is also a consultant, advising clients on the patent wars surrounding smartphones and tablet computers, and on their economic and technical implications.


Fred Wilson
AVC
@fredwilson
A successful venture capitalist, Fred has built up a digital following through his blog – AVC: Musings of a VC in NYC. Fred focuses his writing on investing, entrepreneurship, the Internet, and web 2.0 companies.


Frederic Lardinois
TechCrunch
@fredericl
Frederic got his start in tech blogging at ReadWriteWeb before moving on to start his own site, SiliconFilter. Currently he writes for TechCrunch covering consumer web apps, mobile gadgets, as well as travel- and car-related tech.


Greg Sandoval
CNET
@sandoCNET
Greg is a senior writer for CNET focusing on digital music and video. He’s a strong writer with an ability to get to the heart of the story.


Greg Sterling
Search Engine Land
@gsterling
Greg Sterling is a contributing editor to Search Engine Land and a leading voice within the search industry. In addition, Greg is also the founding principal of Sterling Market Intelligence (SMI), which examines the Internet’s impact on offline consumer purchase behavior.


Henry Blodget
Business Insider
@hblodget
Henry is co-founder, CEO and Editor-In Chief of Business Insider. A former top-ranked Wall Street analyst, he is part investor, part tech blogger.


Ina Fried
AllThingsD
@inafried
Ina covers tablets, smartphones and wireless issues for CNET. She’s won multiple awards for journlistic excellence and earned an exclusive 2011 interview with CEO Steve Jobs to discuss the iPhone location tracking controversy.


Ingrid Lunden
TechCrunch
@ingridlunden
Ingrid is a TechCrunch reporter based out of London. She has previous experience at paidContent and the Financial Times and focuses her writing on the mobile, advertising and digital media sectors.


Ionut Alex Chitu
Google Operating System
@googleos
Ionut founded and runs Google Operating System, the authoritative source for Google news. Since 2005, he has built the site into one of the most popular blogs.


Jacqui Cheng
Ars Technica
@ejacqui
Jacqui is Senior Apple Editor at Ars Technica and has spent the last seven years writing about Apple, Apple culture, gadgets, social networking, privacy, and more. Prior to her writing career, she worked as a developer getting hands on experience for the industry she would later cover.


Jason Kincaid
TechCrunch
@jasonkincaid
Jason is a leading tech blogger and reporter. He spent 4 years building a stellar reputation at TechCrunch, before departing in February.


Jay Yarow
Business Insider
@jyarow
Jay is a senior editor in the tech section of Business Insider. Prior to that, he had stints at Silicon Alley Insider (before it evolved into Business Insider) and BusinessWeek.


Jennifer Van Grove
VentureBeat
@jbruin
Jennifer is a writer for VentureBeat where she leads coverage on social media news, startups, and technology companies. Previously, she spent 3 years at Mashable as a senior reporter.


Joe Weisenthal
Business Insider
@TheStalwart
Joe is the Deputy Editor of Business Insider. Before that he was a correspondent for paidContent and writer/analyst for TechDirt.


John Cook
GeekWire
@johnhcook
John has been covering technology for over a decade. Based out of Seattle, John runs GeekWire, the independent tech site he founded with Todd Bishop.


John Gruber
Daring Fireball
@gruber
An Apple enthusiast and popular writer, John started Daring Fireball. The tech site originally started as a part time project and evolved into a full time job.


John Paczkowski
AllThingsD
@JohnPaczkowski
John has been covering the tech industry since 1997. He wrote an award winning tech blog for Good Morning Silicon Valley and managed SiliconValley.com, before becoming Deputy Managing Editor of All Things Digital.


Jon Russell
The Next Web
@jonrussell
As The Next Web’s Asia Editor, Jon covers Asia’s internet, technology and start-up scenes. Based out of Bangkok, Thailand, he previously he blogged for ZDNet Asia.


Josh Catone
Mashable
@catone
Josh is Editorial Director for the leading social media news site, Mashable. In addition to being the first daily writer at Read Write Web, he co-founded of the web’s largest community dedicated to Ruby on Rails development, Rails Forum.


Josh Constine
TechCrunch
@JoshConstine
Josh is a writer for TechCrunch focusing on social media – Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. Prior to that, he was the Lead Writer of Inside Facebook.


Josh Lowensohn
CNET
@Josh
Josh is a staff writer for CNET, focusing on Apple related news. Previously he was Xbox editor for Gamers Reports.


Joshua Topolsky
The Verge
@joshuatopolsky
Joshua is one of the leading of the leading tech voices. After leading Engadget for 2.5 years as Editor in Chief, Topolsky wanted a new project, so he went on to co-found The Verge, which in its short existence has developed into a popular source for the latest tech news.


Kara Swisher
AllThingsD
@karaswisher
Kara got her start covering the digital world with the Wall Street Journal. She went on to co-found All Things Digital with Walt Mossberg and is recognized as onf of the most influencial tech reporters.


Kim-Mai Cutler
TechCrunch
@kimmaicutler
Kim brings considerable experience to her craft having worked for Bloomberg, VentureBeat and The Wall Street Journal. Currently she writes for TechCrunch covering gaming, distribution and monetization of mobile applications and venture financing.


Larry Dignan
ZDNet
@ldignan
Larry is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and SmartPlanet as well as Editorial Director of TechRepublic. Formerly the Executive News Editor at eWeek, he is a well respected authority within the industry.


Leena Rao
TechCrunch
@LeenaRao
One of the top female tech journalists, Leena is a Senior Editor for TechCrunch. She has a Master’s in Journalism from Northwestern University and has also contributed technology content for Oprah.com.


Liz Gannes
AllThingsD
@lizgannes
Liz began her tech career as a reporter at Red Herring in 2004. She went on to GigaOM where she was the site’s second employee, before becoming Senior Editor for All Things Digital.


Marguerite Reardon
CNET
@maggie_reardon
Marguerite is a Senior Writer for CNET. She’s been with the tech site since 2004, covering cell phone services, broadband, citywide Wi-Fi, the Net neutrality debate, as well as the ongoing consolidation of the phone companies.


Mark Gurman
9to5Mac
@markgurman
Mark is a well respected reporter and writer at 9to5Mac. He is also an experienced iOS developer and has produced over 15 apps.


Martin LaMonica
CNET
@mlamonica
An experienced journalist with more than 20 years spent covering the high tech industry, Martin is a Senior Writer for CNET. He joined the site in 2002 and writes about many IT-related areas including Web development, enterprise software, and open source.


Mary Jo Foley
ZDNet
@maryjofoley
Mary Jo has covered the tech world for over 25 years with a variety of publications including ZDNet, eWeek, and Baseline. For the last 10 years, she’s been all about Microsoft, delivering in-depth coverage of the software giant’s every move.


Matt Brian
The Next Web
@m4tt
Based out of London, Matt is the Mobile Editor for The Next Web. He has a passion for Apple and mobile technology and has been with the tech site since 2010.


Matt Marshall
VentureBeat
@mmarshall
Matt is founder and Editor-in-Chief of VentureBeat. The award winning journalist previously worked at the Wall Street Journal and the San Jose Mercury News.


Matt Panzarino
The Next Web
@mpanzarino
Matt is the News and Apple Editor of TNW. A gadget obsessed writer and photographer, he started his own site – The iPhone Guru.


MG Siegler
TechCrunch
@parislemon
A knowledgable authority within the tech industry, MG has been with TechCrunch since 2009. A recently turned venture capitalist, he now focuses his writing on Apple.


Michael Arrington
Uncrunched
@arrington
When tech bloggers are mentioned, Arrington’s name is always one of the first to come to mind. A strong personality, he is the founder and former co-editor of TechCrunch, building it into the site it is today. Michael’s opinions are well respected within the industry and he is never one to shy away from controversy.


Miguel Helft
Fortune
@mhelft
Miguel is a Senior Writer covering Silicon Valley for Fortune. With stints at The New York Times and The San Jose Mercury News, Miguel is an industry veteran and respected journalist.


Mike Elgan
ComputerWorld
+Mike Elgan
Mike is a Silicon Valley-based columnist who writes about technology and culture. His work appears in a variety of publications, including Computerworld, Datamation, PC World, InfoWorld, MacWorld, ITWorld, CIO, the San Francisco Chronicle. Recently he began an all Google+ diet, relinquishing all other social media platforms besides Google’s.


Mike Masnick
Techdirt
@mmasnick
Mike is the founder and CEO of Techdirt. His site focuses on technology and business trends, frequently related to copyright or patent reform.


Nate Anderson
Ars Technica
@NateXAnderson
Nate is a Senior Eeditor at Ars Technica, covering features and tech policy reporting. A respected journalist, his work has been published in The Economist and Foreign Policy.


Nicholas Carlson
Business Insider
@nichcarlson
Nicholas is a deputy editor at Business Insider. His ground-breaking investigative reporting has re-written the histories of Facebook, Twitter and Groupon.


Nilay Patel
The Verge
@reckless
Nilay is the Managing Editor and a founding member of The Verge. Previously he spent four years at Engadget, serving in the same role. Nilay is noted for his acute legal analysis.


Om Malik
GigaOM
@om
An award winning journalist from New Dehli, Om worked for Quick Nikkei News, Forbes.com, Red Herring and Business 2.0 before founding GigaOmniMedia and the popular GigaOm blog. A well respected writer, Om is the Executive Editor for GigaOm.


Owen Thomas
Business Insider
@owenthomas
Until this past April, Owen was the Founding Editor of the Daily Dot, helping to get the new site off the ground. He was previously the Executive Editor of VentureBeat and the Managing Editor of Valleywag. He also held positions at NBC Universal, Time Inc., Red Herring, Wired Ventures and IDG.


Paul Miller
The Verge
@futurepaul
Paul Miller is a reputable technology journalist. A former editor at Engadget, he left in 2011 to become a senior editor at The Verge. Paul wrote for Engadget for more than five years where he held positions as Contributing Editor, Associate Editor, and Senior Associate Editor, where he wrote 1.5 million words on roughly 5,500 posts.


Pete Cashmore
Mashable
@mashable
Pete Cashmore is the founder and CEO of Mashable, an award-winning site and one of the largest and most popular destinations for digital, social media, and technology news and information. Mashable has been named a must-read site by both Fast Company and PC Magazine and is ranked as the most influential media outlet by Klout. Cashmore was named one of Ad Age’s 2011 influencers, a Time Magazine 100 in 2010, and a Forbes magazine Web Celeb 25 in 2010.


Peter Kafka
AllThingsD
@pkafka
Peter Kafka has tremendous knowledge of media and technology, having covered the areas since 1997 when he joined the staff of Forbes magazine. He made the digital leap to Forbes.com in 2005. In 2007, Mr. Kafka became the first hire at Silicon Alley Insider, where he was until recently the Managing Editor. Currently, he is Senior Editor at All Things Digital.


Philip Elmer-DeWitt
Fortune
@philiped
Currently Elmer-DeWitt is Time Magazine’s Science Editor and is now also covering Apple, Inc., on the web for Fortune.com. At Time Magazine, he started two new sections in the magazine – Computers and Technology – and in 1994 helped launch Time Online (now Time.com), America’s first interactive weekly news magazine.


Philipp Lenssen
Google Blogoscoped
+Philipp Lenssen
With Google Blogoscoped, Philipp Lenssen has created one of the most powerful and influential Google forums there is. Google Blogoscoped has been covering Google and the tech world almost daily dating back to 2003. The blog and the forum cover new Google product releases, contain tutorials and tips, as well as information on Google censorship methods.


Rafat Ali
paidContent
@rafat
Currently the CEO and founder of Skift, an early-stage travel intelligence startup, Rafat Ali made a name for himself in the technology world through his sites paidContent and ContentNext of which he was the CEO and founder. Prior to that, Ali was managing editor of Silicon Alley Reporter.


Rafe Needleman
CNET
@Rafe
Rafe Needleman has been covering technology for over 20 years. Needleman has now been with CNET for more than five years where he has gotten involved in a multitude of projects. He is co-host of CNET’s daily tech news podcast, Buzz Out Loud. Needleman also runs the CNET to the Rescue podcast and blog, as well as the Reporters’ Roundtable podcast.


Richard MacManus
Read Write Web
@ricmacnz
Richard MacManus is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of ReadWriteWeb. MacManus grew his blog about the changing Internet into an international team of journalists.Today, MacManus is widely recognized as a leader in articulating what’s next in technology and what it means for society at large.


Rip Empson
TechCrunch
@ripemp
Rip Empson is a writer at TechCrunch, where he is known to like to stir up some controversy and say things that others simply wouldn’t. He covers startups, music, social, mobile, health and education. Empson is also Co-founder and Chairman of the Board of the website The Comment Section, as well as an active blogger for SFCritic and WallStreetOasis.com.


Robert Andrews
GigaOM
@RobertAndrews
Robert is a Senior Editor for GigaOM and has been covering the tech sector since 1995. Before his current role, he was a BBC News report and an international editor for paidContent in Europe.


Robert Scoble
Scobleizer
@Scobleizer
Robert Scoble is a blogger, technical evangelist, and author. He is best known for his popular blog, Scobleizer, which came to prominence during his tenure as a technical evangelist at Microsoft. Furthermore, Scoble is the author of Naked Conversations, a book on how blogs are changing the way companies interact with customers, and currently he is working on his new project building43 as an employee of Rackspace Hosting.


Robin Wauters
The Next Web
@robinwauters
Robin Wauters is the European Editor of tech blog The Next Web and lead editor of Virtualization.com. He was a senior staff writer at TechCrunch until his departure in February 2012. He is one of the co-founders of social media agency Talking Heads, and in 2007, Wauters started Plugg to raise awareness for Europe’s most promising Web / Mobile startups.


Ryan Block
gdgt
@ryan
Ryan Block is the Co-founder of gdgt, a consumer electronics media startup, and former editor / editor emeritus of Engadget. As a technology critic and commentator, Block has been quoted by the BBC, Business Week, Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, The Guardian, and The Wall St. Journal. He has also had several appearances on major networks.


Ryan Kim
GigaOM
@oryankim
Before joining GigaOM, Ryan covered personal technology and wireless for the San Francisco Chronicle. He is currently based in New York and covers a number of topics including mobile development, app economies, mobile payments and East Coast start-ups.


Ryan Paul
Ars Technica
@segphault
Ryan Paul is the editor of Open Ended, Ars Technica’s open source software journal. Over the years, Paul has acquired great expertise in Linux, which led him to contribute code and documentation to several open source software projects. Ryan is also the creator and lead developer of Gwibber, an open source microblogging client for the GNOME desktop environment.


Sarah Perez
TechCrunch
@sarahintampa
Sarah Perez currently works as a writer for TechCrunch. Before TechCrunch, Perez made a name for herself as an influential tech blogger while working at ReadWriteWeb, where she spent over three years. Prior to becoming a professional blogger, Sarah worked in IT across a number of industries, including banking, retail and software.


Saul Hansell
Betaworks
@shansell
Saul Hansell is currently an entrepreneur in residence at Betaworks, where he is developing a new online journalism startup. Hansell’s impressive resume includes stops at AOL he was the Big News Editor for the AOL Huffington Post Media Group, as well as programming director and major architect for Seed 2.0, and The New York Times, where he was the first writer at the Times to focus on electronic commerce.


Stephen Shankland
CNET
@stshank
Stephen Shankland is a senior writer for CNET, having been with the premier provider of tech news and reviews since 1998. Shankland’s particular focus is on web browsers, web development, and digital photography. He has become famous for his on-point, on-time reporting about Google, Yahoo, Linux, open-source software, servers and supercomputers.


Steven Levy
Wired
@StevenLevy
Since June of 2008, Steven Levy has been Senior Editor and full time writer for Wired Magazine. Before Wired, Levy worked for Newsweek where he worked as senior editor, chief technology correspondent, and writer of a column called the Technologist. Additionally, Levy is the author of six technology focused books, including his most recent, “In The Plex”, which details Google and its history like never before.


Thomas Ricker
Engadget
@Trixxy
Thomas spent 6 years as Senior Editor for Engadget, helping to develop the site into on the leading tech sites. In 2011, with Joshua Topolsky and a number of other writes, he left Engadget and helped start The Verge.


Todd Bishop
GeekWire
@toddbishop
Todd Bishop is the co-founder of GeekWire, a tech site covering subjects including the web, video games, mobile technology and tech giants such as Amazon.com, Apple, Microsoft and Google. Bishop also used to work for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.


Tom Warren
The Verge
@tomwarren
Tom Warren is European Senior Editor for The Verge, where he is the resident Microsoft expert. In October of 2010, Warren founded the website WinRumors.com, a site that provides every piece of interesting Microsoft related news or rumors.


Tricia Duryee
AllThingsD
@triciad
Tricia Duryee is a Senior Editor for All Things Digital and has been covering technology for more than a decade. Further career stops for Duryee include mocoNews.net and paidContent.org where she covered the wireless industry. Before mocoNews, Duryee spent eight years at the Seattle Times.


Vincent Nguyen
SlashGear
@Nguyen
Vincent Nguyen began his career in tech more than a decade ago as provisioning manager and software developer at Sprint (via Andersen Consulting). Since then, he has become the Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of SlashGear / Android Community, as well as the Co-founder of R3 Media.


Vlad Savov
The Verge
@vladsavov
Vlad is a senior editor for The Verge, covering the latest tech developments from Europe. He originally hails from Bulgaria and was part of The Verge’s original founding team.


Walt Mossberg
Wall Street Journal
@waltmossberg
A renowned tech journalist, Walt is the author and creator of the weekly Personal Technology column in The Wall Street Journal. Later he co-created and co-produced the most prestigious annual tech conference, D: All Things Digital, and is the co-executive editor of the site All Things D. The Washington Post has declared Mr. Mossberg “one of the most powerful men in the high-tech world”.


Zach Epstein
BGR
@zacharye
Zach Epstein is Executive Editor at BGR, where he guides the editorial team and contributes reports and analyses with a widely respected voice. His roots in marketing and business development, Epstein was named one of the top 10 “power mobile influencers” in the world by Forbes in January 2012.


Zee Kane
The Next Web
@Zee
Half English and half Iraqi, Zee Kane is the current CEO of the technology-focused media company “The Next Web.” The Next Web is one of the world’s top 20 most popular blogs and among the top 3 most authoritative technology news sites on the web. Kane has been listed by “The Telegraph” as one of the Top 10 most influential users on Twitter.


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Arn Kim
MacRumors
@arnoldkim
Founder of the popular Apple rumor website MacRumors, Arn has a knack for delivering insightful analysis on all things Apple. Amazingly, Arn spent his first eight years building MacRumors into the leading Apple news site while at the same time working as a full-time MD.


Barry Schwartz
Search Engine Land
@rustybrick
Barry has covered search news for more than 5 years and is currently Search Engine Land’s News Editor. In addition, Barry also founded and runs Search Engine Roundtable and is a guru for all things involving search.


Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten
The Next Web
@Boris
A serial entrepreneur, Boris is Co-Founder of The Next Web, known for the TNW Blog. Boris successfully built up TNW into one of the web’s most popular and authoritative technology blogs.


Brad Linder
Liliputing
@bradlinder
Brad is the Founder and Editor of two mobile technology sites, Liliputing and Mobiputing. Previously he spent 3 years writing for DownloadSquad, building it into one of the top resources for app news.


Dan Frommer
SplatF
@fromedome
Dan recently launched the technology news site SplatF. Before that he helped found and build Silicon Alley Insider which later expanded to became Business Insider. Dan also worked as a reporter at Forbes and is a veteran technology authority.


Danny Sullivan
Search Engine Land
@dannysullivan
Danny is the preeminent authority on search engines. With more than 15 years spent covering the search industry, Danny heads up the popular blog Search Engine Land he founded.


Duncan Riley
Medacity
@duncanriley
Born in and based out of Australia, is a former editor of TechCrunch and founder and editor of Medacity, a blog covering the world of new media. Prior to his current venture, Duncan founded The Inquisitr before selling the tech site in 2011.


Eric Eldon
TechCrunch
@eldon
Eric got his start covering technology and finance as VentureBeat’s very first employee. Later he co-founded and was Editor of Inside Network before writing for TechCrunch.


Fred Wilson
AVC
@fredwilson
A successful venture capitalist, Fred has built up a digital following through his blog – AVC: Musings of a VC in NYC. Fred focuses his writing on investing, entrepreneurship, the Internet, and Web 2.0 companies.


Frederic Lardinois
TechCrunch
@fredericl
Frederic got his start in tech blogging at ReadWriteWeb before moving on to start his own site, SiliconFilter. Currently he writes for TechCrunch covering consumer web apps and mobile gadgets, as well as travel- and car-related tech.


Greg Sterling
Search Engine Land
@gsterling
Greg Sterling is a Contributing Editor to Search Engine Land and a leading voice within the search industry. In addition, Greg is also the Founding Principal of Sterling Market Intelligence (SMI), which examines the Internet’s impact on offline consumer purchase behavior.


Henry Blodget
Business Insider
@hblodget
Henry is Co-Founder, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Business Insider. A former top-ranked Wall Street analyst, he is part investor, part tech blogger.


Ionut Alex Chitu
Google Operating System
@googleos
Ionut founded and runs Google Operating System, the authoritative source for Google news. Since 2005, he has built the site into one of the most popular tech blogs.


John Cook
GeekWire
@johnhcook
John has been covering technology for over a decade. Based out of Seattle, John runs GeekWire, the independent tech site he founded with Todd Bishop.


John Gruber
Daring Fireball
@gruber
An Apple enthusiast and popular writer, John started Daring Fireball. The tech site originally started as a part-time project and evolved into a full-time job.


Joshua Topolsky
The Verge
@joshuatopolsky
Joshua is a leading tech voice. After leading Engadget for 2.5 years as Editor-in-Chief, Topolsky wanted a new project, so he went on to co-found The Verge in 2011. In it’s short existence, it has developed into a popular source for the latest tech news.


Kara Swisher
AllThingsD
@karaswisher
Kara got her start covering the digital world at The Wall Street Journal. She went on to co-found All Things Digital with Walt Mossberg and is recognized as one of the most influential tech reporters.


MG Siegler
TechCrunch
@parislemon
A knowledgeable authority within the tech industry, MG has been with TechCrunch since 2009. He recently turned venture capitalist and now focuses his writing on Apple.


Michael Arrington
Uncrunched
@arrington
When tech bloggers are mentioned, Arrington’s name is always one of the first. A strong personality, he is the Founder and former Co-Editor of TechCrunch, building it into the site it is today. Michael’s opinions are well-respected within the industry and he is never one to shy away from controversy.


Mike Masnick
Techdirt
@mmasnick
Mike is the Founder and CEO of Techdirt. His site focuses on technology and business trends, frequently related to copyright or patent reform.


Om Malik
GigaOM
@om
An award-winning journalist from New Dehli, Om worked for Quick Nikkei News, Forbes.com, Red Herring and Business 2.0 before founding GigaOmniMedia and the popular GigaOm blog. A well-respected writer, Om is the Executive Editor for GigaOm.


Pete Cashmore
Mashable
@mashable
Pete Cashmore is the Founder and CEO of Mashable, an award-winning site and one of the largest and most popular destinations for digital, social media, and technology news and information. Mashable has been named a must-read site by both Fast Company and PC Magazine and is ranked as the most influential media outlet by Klout. Cashmore was named one of Ad Age’s 2011 Influencers, a Time Magazine 100 in 2010, and a Forbes magazine Web Celeb 25 in 2010.


Philipp Lenssen
Google Blogoscoped
+Philipp Lenssen
Philipp Lenssen created one of the most powerful and influential Google forums out there in Google Blogoscoped. The site has covered Google and the tech world almost daily since 2003. The blog and the forum cover new Google product releases, contain tutorials and tips, as well as information on Google censorship methods.


Rafat Ali
paidContent
@rafat
Currently the CEO and Founder of Skift, an early-stage travel intelligence startup, Rafat Ali made a name for himself in the technology world through his sites paidContent and ContentNext of which he was the CEO and Founder. Prior to that, Ali was Managing Editor of Silicon Alley Reporter.


Richard MacManus
Read Write Web
@ricmacnz
Richard MacManus is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of ReadWriteWeb. MacManus grew his blog about the changing Internet into an international team of journalists. Today, MacManus is widely recognized as a leader in articulating what’s next in technology and what it means for society at large.


Robert Scoble
Scobleizer
@Scobleizer
Robert Scoble is a blogger, technical evangelist, and author. He is best known for his popular blog, Scobleizer, which came to prominence during his tenure as a technical evangelist at Microsoft. Furthermore, Scoble is the co-author of Naked Conversations, a book on how blogs are changing the way companies interact with customers. Currently, he is working on a new project, Building 43, as an employee of Rackspace Hosting.


Robin Wauters
The Next Web
@robinwauters
Robin Wauters is the European Editor of tech blog The Next Web and Lead Editor of Virtualization.com. He was a Senior Staff Writer at TechCrunch until his departure in February 2012. He is one of the co-founders of social media agency Talking Heads, and in 2007, Wauters started Plugg to raise awareness for Europe’s most promising Web/Mobile startups.


Ryan Block
gdgt
@ryan
Ryan Block is the Co-Founder of gdgt, a consumer electronics media startup, and former Editor/Editor Emeritus of Engadget. As a technology critic and commentator, Block has been quoted by the BBC, Business Week, Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, The Guardian, and The Wall Street Journal. He has also made several appearances on major networks.


Todd Bishop
GeekWire
@toddbishop
Todd Bishop is the co-founder of GeekWire, a tech site covering subjects including the web, video games, mobile technology and tech giants such as Amazon.com, Apple, Microsoft and Google. Bishop also used to work for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.


Tom Warren
The Verge
@tomwarren
Tom Warren is European Senior Editor for The Verge, where he is the resident Microsoft expert. In October of 2010, Warren founded the website WinRumors.com, a site that provides every piece of interesting Microsoft-related news or rumors.


Vincent Nguyen
SlashGear
@Nguyen
Vincent Nguyen began his career in tech more than a decade ago as Provisioning Manager and Software Developer at Sprint (via Andersen Consulting). Since then, he has become the Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of SlashGear/Android Community, as well as the Co-Founder of R3 Media.


Walt Mossberg
The Wall Street Journal
@waltmossberg
A renowned tech journalist, Walt is the author and creator of the weekly Personal Technology column in The Wall Street Journal. He co-created and has co-produced the most prestigious annual tech conference, D: All Things Digital, and is the Co-Founder and Co-Executive Editor of the site AllThingsD.com. The Washington Post has declared Mr. Mossberg “one of the most powerful men in the high-tech world.”

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Newcomers

Top Tech Bloggers - Newcomers


Alexia Tsotsis
TechCrunch
@alexia
Alexia is the Co-Editor covering early stage startups at TechCrunch. She’s been featured in the Forbes “30 Under 30: Rising Stars of Media List” and has interviewed everyone from Groupon’s Andrew Mason to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski.


Anthony Ha
TechCrunch
@anthonyha
A writer for TechCrunch, Anthony covers media, advertising, and startups for the popular tech blog. With previous stints as a Staff Technology Writer at Adweek and a Senior Editor at VentureBeat, Anthony has become known for his strong reporting and writing.


Don Reisinger
CNET
@donreisinger
Don is a popular freelance tech journalist. His work has appeared on CNET, Slashgear, eWeek, and CIO Insights. Don focuses his writing on gadgets and Apple and other tech topics.


Eric Slivka
MacRumors
@WildCowboy
Eric is Editor-in-Chief of the popular Apple rumor website MacRumors. He’s worked with the site since 2009, helping to turn it into one of the top Apple news blogs.


Jason Kincaid
TechCrunch
@jasonkincaid
Jason is a leading tech blogger and reporter. He spent 4 years building a stellar reputation at TechCrunch, before departing in February.


Jennifer Van Grove
VentureBeat
@jbruin
Jennifer is a writer for VentureBeat where she leads coverage on social media news, startups, and technology companies. Previously, she spent 3 years at Mashable as a senior reporter.


Jon Russell
The Next Web
@jonrussell
As The Next Web’s Asia Editor, Jon covers Asia’s internet, technology and startup scenes. Based out of Bangkok, Thailand, he previously blogged for ZDNet Asia.


Josh Constine
TechCrunch
@JoshConstine
Josh is a writer for TechCrunch focusing on social media – Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. Prior to that, he was the Lead Writer of Inside Facebook.


Josh Lowensohn
CNET
@Josh
Josh is a Staff Writer for CNET, focusing on Apple-related news. Previously he was Xbox Editor for Gamers Reports.


Kim-Mai Cutler
TechCrunch
@kimmaicutler
Kim brings considerable experience to her craft having worked for Bloomberg, VentureBeat and The Wall Street Journal. Currently she writes for TechCrunch covering gaming, the distribution and monetization of mobile applications, and venture financing.


Leena Rao
TechCrunch
@LeenaRao
One of the top female tech journalists, Leena is a Senior Editor for TechCrunch. She has a Master’s in Journalism from Northwestern University and has also contributed technology content for Oprah.com.


Mark Gurman
9to5Mac
@markgurman
Mark is a well-respected reporter and writer at 9to5Mac. He is also an experienced iOS developer and has produced over 15 apps.


Matt Brian
The Next Web
@m4tt
Based out of London, Matt is the Mobile Editor for The Next Web. He has a passion for Apple and mobile technology and has been with the tech site since 2010.


Matt Panzarino
The Next Web
@mpanzarino
Matt is the News and Apple Editor of The Next Web. A gadget-obsessed writer and photographer, he started his own site – The iPhone Guru.


Rip Empson
TechCrunch
@ripemp
Rip Empson is a writer at TechCrunch, where he is known for stirring up controversy and saying things that others simply wouldn’t. He covers startups, music, social, mobile, health and education. Empson is also Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board of the website The Comment Section, as well as an active blogger for SFCritic and WallStreetOasis.com.


Sarah Perez
TechCrunch
@sarahintampa
Sarah Perez currently works as a writer for TechCrunch. Before TechCrunch, Perez made a name for herself as an influential tech blogger while working at ReadWriteWeb, where she spent onver three years. Prior to becoming a professional blogger, Sarah worked in IT across a number of industries, including banking, retail and software.


Vlad Savov
The Verge
@vladsavov
Vlad is a senior editor for The Verge, covering the latest tech developments from Europe. He originally hails from Bulgaria and was part of The Verge’s original founding team.


Zach Epstein
BGR
@zacharye
Zach Epstein is Executive Editor at BGR, where he guides the editorial team and contributes reports and analyses with a widely-respected voice. With his roots in marketing and business development, Epstein was named one of the top 10 “power mobile influencers” in the world by Forbes in January 2012.


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Top Tech Bloggers - Veterans


Arik Hesseldahl
AllThingsD
@ahess247
Having covered the tech sector since 1996, Arik is a veteran columnist, trusted for his keen insights and perspectives. With experience at BusinessWeek and Forbes, Arik is now Senior Editor at All Things Digital.


Brad Stone
Bloomberg Businessweek
@BradStone
Brad is a senior writer for Bloomberg Businessweek and a veteran technology columnist. Previously, he was the longtime technology correspondent for The New York Times.


Chris Ziegler
The Verge
@zpower
Chris is a senior editor for The Verge covering the latest news and developments in mobile technology. He is well-respected for his writing and reporting.


Dan Goodin
Ars Technica
@dangoodin001
Dan is the IT Security Editor at Ars Technica, covering the latest developments in malware, computer espionage, botnets, and hardware hacking. Before that, he honed his reporting skills working for The Associated Press and The Register.


Darren Murph
Engadget
@darrenmurph
As Managing Editor for Engadget, Darren delivers insightful analysis on the latest technology news and developments. He is also known for holding the Guinness Record for being the most prolific blogger, having composed more than 18,000 posts.


David H. Freedman
New York Times
@dhfreedman
Author of The New York Times’ “Tech Support” column, David brings a unique perspective with interests in science and medicine.


David Kaplan
TVExchanger
@davidaKaplan
Previously of paidContent, David is Managing Editor for TV Exchanger. David covers the latest news and developments affecting TV, advertising, cable, broadband, and the increasingly interconnected household.


Dean Takahashi
VentureBeat
@deantak
Dean is a lead writer for VentureBeat, covering video games, security, chips and a variety of other subjects. He is known as an expert on the gaming industry, with a focus on Xbox.


Declan McCullagh
CNET
@declanm
As Chief Political Correspondent for CNET, Declan focuses on the intersection of technology and politics. An award-winning columnist, his articles have appeared everywhere from The Wall Street Journal to The New Republic.


Drew Olanoff
The Next Web
@thatdrew
Drew is The Next Web’s West Coast Editor. Known as a connector and innovator, he coined the phrase “Social Good” for online charitable movements, and invented the online “donation by action” charity model.


Elinor Mills
CNET
@elinormills
Elinor covers Internet security and privacy as a senior editor at CNET. Elinor is an expert on the latest cybersecurity threats and has covered technology since 1994.


Emil Protalinski
ZDNet
@EmilProtalinski
Emil is a popular technology editor for ZDNet. Prior to his current position, Emil wrote for Neowin and Ars Technica.


Eric Bangeman
Ars Technica
@ericbangeman
Eric is an avid tech junkie and Managing Editor for Ars Technica. He delivers a keen understanding of technology’s impact on business having worked at McKinsey & Company for nearly a decade.


Eric Savitz
Forbes
@savitz
Known for his popular The Tech Trade blog, Savitz covers the latest tech and investing news. Eric brings a unique business perspective to his tech writing and is frequently read by software/hardware traders. He is now San Francisco Bureau Chief for Forbes.


Erick Schonfeld
TechCrunch
@erickschonfeld
Erick is a technology journalist and former Editor-in-Chief of TechCrunch. He is given much credit for turning TechCrunch into the leading technology blog it is today.


Florian Mueller
FOSS Patents
@FOSSpatents
Florian is known as the top authority on software copyright and patent related issues. In addition to writing for his blog, FOSS Patents, he is also a consultant, advising clients on the patent wars surrounding smartphones and tablet computers, and on their economic and technical implications.


Greg Sandoval
CNET
@sandoCNET
Greg is a Senior Writer for CNET focusing on digital music and video. He’s a strong writer with an ability to get to the heart of the story.


Ina Fried
CNET
@inafried
Ina covers tablets, smartphones and wireless issues for CNET. She’s won multiple awards for journalistic excellence and earned an exclusive 2011 interview with CEO Steve Jobs to discuss the iPhone location tracking controversy.


Ingrid Lunden
TechCrunch
@ingridlunden
Ingrid is a TechCrunch reporter based out of London. She has previous experience at paidContent and the Financial Times and focuses her writing on the mobile, advertising and digital media sectors.


Jacqui Cheng
Ars Technica
@ejacqui
Jacqui is Senior Apple Editor at Ars Technica and has spent the last seven years writing about Apple, Apple culture, gadgets, social networking, privacy, and more. Prior to her writing career, she worked as a developer getting hands on experience for the industry she would later cover.


Jay Yarow
Business Insider
@jyarow
Jay is a senior editor in the tech section of Business Insider. Prior to that, he had stints at Silicon Alley Insider (before it evolved into Business Insider) and BusinessWeek.


Joe Weisenthal
Business Insider
@TheStalwart
Joe is the Deputy Editor of Business Insider. Before that he was a correspondent for paidContent and a writer/analyst for TechDirt.


John Paczkowski
AllThingsD
@JohnPaczkowski
John has been covering the tech industry since 1997. He wrote an award-winning tech blog for Good Morning Silicon Valley and managed SiliconValley.com, before becoming Deputy Managing Editor of All Things Digital.


Josh Catone
Mashable
@catone
Josh is Editorial Director for the leading social media news site, Mashable. In addition to being the first daily writer at ReadWriteWeb, he co-founded Rails Forum, one of the web’s largest communities dedicated to Ruby on Rails development.


Larry Dignan
ZDNet
@ldignan
Larry is Editor-in-Chief of ZDNet and SmartPlanet as well as Editorial Director of TechRepublic. Formerly the Executive News Editor at eWeek, he is a well-respected authority within the industry.


Liz Gannes
AllThingsD
@lizgannes
Liz began her tech career as a reporter at Red Herring in 2004. She went on to write for GigaOM where she was the site’s second employee. She is now Senior Editor for All Things Digital.


Marguerite Reardon
CNET
@maggie_reardon
Marguerite is a senior writer for CNET. She’s been with the tech site since 2004, covering cell phone services, broadband, citywide Wi-Fi, and the Net neutrality debate as well as the ongoing consolidation of the phone companies.


Martin LaMonica
CNET
@mlamonica
An experienced journalist with more than 20 years spent covering the high tech industry, Martin is a senior writer for CNET. He joined the site in 2002 and writes about many IT-related areas including Web development, enterprise software, and open source.


Mary Jo Foley
ZDNet
@maryjofoley
Mary Jo has covered the tech world for over 25 years with a variety of publications including ZDNet, eWeek, and Baseline. For the last 10 years, she’s been all about Microsoft, delivering in-depth coverage of the software giant’s every move.


Matt Marshall
VentureBeat
@mmarshall
Matt is Founder and Editor-in-Chief of VentureBeat. The award-winning journalist previously worked at The Wall Street Journal and The San Jose Mercury News.


Miguel Helft
Fortune
@mhelft
Miguel is a senior writer covering Silicon Valley for Fortune. With stints at The New York Times and The San Jose Mercury News, Miguel is an industry veteran and respected journalist.


Mike Elgan
ComputerWorld
+Mike Elgan
Mike is a Silicon Valley-based columnist who writes about technology and culture. His work appears in a variety of publications, including Computerworld, Datamation, PC World, InfoWorld, MacWorld, ITWorld, CIO, and The San Francisco Chronicle. Recently he began an all Google+ diet, relinquishing all other social media platforms.


Nate Anderson
Ars Technica
@NateXAnderson
Nate is a senior editor at Ars Technica, covering features and tech policy reporting. A respected journalist, his work has been published in The Economist and Foreign Policy.


Nicholas Carlson
Business Insider
@nichcarlson
Nicholas is Deputy Editor at Business Insider. His ground-breaking investigative reporting has re-written the histories of Facebook, Twitter and Groupon.


Nilay Patel
The Verge
@reckless
Nilay is the Managing Editor and a founding member of The Verge. Previously he spent four years at Engadget, serving in the same role. Nilay is noted for his acute legal analysis.


Owen Thomas
Business Insider
@owenthomas
This past April, Owen moved to Business Insider from the Daily Dot, where he was the founding editor and helped to get the new site off the ground. He was previously the Executive Editor of VentureBeat and the Managing Editor of Valleywag. He also held positions at NBC Universal, Time Inc., Red Herring, Wired Ventures and IDG.


Paul Miller
The Verge
@futurepaul
Paul Miller is a reputable technology journalist. A former editor at Engadget, he left in 2011 to become a senior editor at The Verge. Paul wrote for Engadget for more than five years where he held positions as Contributing Editor, Associate Editor, and Senior Associate Editor, and wrote 1.5 million words on roughly 5,500 posts.


Peter Kafka
AllThingsD
@pkafka
Peter Kafka has tremendous media and technology experience, covering the areas since 1997 when he joined the staff of Forbes magazine. He made the digital leap to Forbes.com in 2005. In 2007, Mr. Kafka became the first hire at Silicon Alley Insider, where he was until recently the Managing Editor. Currently he is Senior Editor at All Things Digital.


Philip Elmer-DeWitt
Fortune
@philiped
Currently Elmer-DeWitt is Time Magazine’s Science Editor and is now also covering Apple, Inc., on the web for Fortune.com. At Time Magazine, he started two new sections in the magazine – Computers and Technology – and in 1994 helped launch Time Online (now Time.com), America’s first interactive weekly news magazine.


Rafe Needleman
CNET
@Rafe
Rafe Needleman has been covering technology for over 20 years. Needleman has now been with CNET for more than five years where he has gotten involved in a multitude of projects. He is co-host of CNET’s daily tech news podcast, Buzz Out Loud. Needleman also runs the CNET to the Rescue podcast and blog, as well as the Reporters’ Roundtable podcast.


Robert Andrews
GigaOM
@RobertAndrews
Robert is a senior editor for GigaOM and has been covering the tech sector since 1995. Before his current role, he was a BBC News reporter and an international editor for paidContent in Europe.


Ryan Kim
GigaOM
@oryankim
Before joining GigaOM, Ryan covered personal technology and wireless for The San Francisco Chronicle. He is currently based in New York and covers a number of topics including mobile development, app economies, mobile payments and East Coast startups.


Ryan Paul
Ars Technica
@segphault
Ryan Paul is the Editor of Open Ended, Ars Technica’s open source software journal. Over the years, Paul has acquired great expertise in Linux, which led him to contribute code and documentation to several open source software projects. Ryan is also the creator and lead developer of Gwibber, an open source microblogging client for the GNOME desktop environment.


Saul Hansell
Betaworks
@shansell
Saul Hansell is currently an entrepreneur-in-residence at Betaworks, where he is developing a new online journalism startup. Hansell’s impressive resume includes stops at AOL where he was the Big News Editor for the AOL Huffington Post Media Group as well as programming director and major architect for Seed 2.0, and The New York Times, where he was the first writer at the Times to focus on electronic commerce.


Stephen Shankland
CNET
@stshank
Stephen Shankland is a senior writer for CNET and has been with the premier provider of tech news and reviews since 1998. Shankland’s particular focus is on web browsers, web development, and digital photography. He has become famous for his on-point, on-time reporting about Google, Yahoo!, Linux, open-source software, servers and supercomputers.


Steven Levy
Wired
@StevenLevy
Since June of 2008, Steven Levy has been Senior Editor and full-time writer for Wired Magazine. Before Wired, Levy worked for Newsweek where he was Senior Editor, Chief Technology Correspondent, and writer of a column called the Technologist. Additionally, Levy is the author of six technology-focused books, including his most recent, “In The Plex,” which details Google and its history like never before.


Thomas Ricker
Engadget
@Trixxy
Thomas spent 6 years as Senior Editor for Engadget, helping to develop the site into one of the leading tech sites. In 2011, with Joshua Topolsky and a number of other writers, he left Engadget and helped start The Verge.


Tricia Duryee
AllThingsD
@triciad
Tricia Duryee is a senior editor for All Things Digital and has been covering technology for more than a decade. Other career stops for Duryee include mocoNews.net and paidContent.org where she covered the wireless industry. Before mocoNews, Duryee spent eight years at The Seattle Times.


Zee Kane
The Next Web
@Zee
Half English and half Iraqi, Zee Kane is the current CEO of the technology-focused media company “The Next Web.” The Next Web is one of the world’s top 20 most popular blogs and among the top 3 most authoritative technology news sites on the web. Kane has been listed by “The Telegraph” as one of the Top 10 Most Influential Users on Twitter.


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