This blog is part of Bridge’s new The Most Interesting Twitter Accounts Series
Twitter is a great resource for networking, promoting yourself/your skillsets, and keeping up with the latest news in the industry. We wanted to take the time to recognize some of The Most Interesting Tech News Twitter accounts that you should consider following if you’re looking to create a more interesting Twitter feed.
- PC World: PC World consistently shares articles ranging from game reviews to gadget reviews, to the latest innovations in artificial intelligence and robotics. There is a healthy balance of plain text articles, videos, humor, and slideshows.
— PCWorld (@pcworld) May 20, 2016
- Tech Crunch: This tech news outlet is sure to catch your eye with at least one article. They cover social media updates, mobile devices, gadgets, and popular tech topics in general.
— TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) May 20, 2016
- BBC Technology: This is the official account for the BBC News Technology Team, a subaccount of the well-known UK news outlet, BBC News. They share the latest stories on cybersecurity, gaming, and big data.
Mini-robot perches like an insect https://t.co/dk2xpIMnhZ
— BBC Technology (@BBCTech) May 20, 2016
- Wired: With the motto, “WIRED is where tomorrow is realized” how could you not be interested in at least perusing this account? They share breaking tech business news stories, new medical innovations thanks to programming, and even sprinkle in some political news. If you want a diverse range of topics showing up in your feed, then Wired is definitely a source for you.
Xiaomi’s Mi Box looks as fine as the 4K shows it streams https://t.co/HHWwk4fvCB
— WIRED (@WIRED) May 20, 2016
- Macworld: For the Mac lovers out there, this is the perfect resource for all things iPhone, iPad, and Apple. Read how-to tutorials, forums, reviews, and news about the latest apps.
— Macworld (@macworld) May 20, 2016
- Engadget: As one of the leading tech news sites, Engadget’s website is filled with the latest articles that synthesize pop culture and the technology world.
— Engadget (@engadget) May 20, 2016
- Arstechnica: If you’re interested in biology, politics, automobiles, science, IT, and design, well, Arstechnica has it all. It’s easy to spend time scrolling through their feed thanks to the pop of orange color and great images to accompany their tweets.
— Ars Technica (@arstechnica) May 19, 2016
- New York Times Technology: If you find yourself reading the tech section of The New York Times, then check out its offshoot Twitter account, NYT Technology, dedicated only to tech headlines.
Bits: Silicon Valley’s Artificial Intelligence Marathon Is On https://t.co/FRe8FXybSZ
— NYT Technology (@nytimestech) May 19, 2016
- Science American: Scientific American has been sharing the latest science and technology news since 1845. Their articles always have a scientific foundation on environmental, education, business and medical topics.
Chemists could identify specific film scenes through the molecules given off from people https://t.co/9OcEwVC3P9
— Scientific American (@sciam) May 20, 2016
- CNET News: Last, but certainly not least, CNET News is the perfect source for all things software downloads, deals on tech gadgets, reviews, and tutorials.
— CNET News (@CNETNews) May 20, 2016
Do you have a favorite tech news account you follow? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter and stay tuned for more posts in this series!