Thứ Tư, 27 tháng 2, 2013

Top 10 IT website tiếng anh về công nghệ hay

“IT” is a very broad term, but in the world of blogging it tends to refer to the movers and shakers in the industry. These blogs are of equal interest to investors and gadget addicts, and anyone else who wants to know what will be the next big thing.

Sites like BoingBoing, Mashable and Lifehacker are great blogs which very often focus on IT news, but the blogs in this list are those that are squarely in the technology space, with little to no references to Ashton Kutcher.


techcrunchAt TechCrunch the focus is mainly on news involving the big players in the industry, with coverage of new releases and discontinuations, policy changes and that ever-evolving Facebook layout. They do make some room for smaller stories and gadgets, making for a well-rounded experience for the reader, but the stressed interest on big news makes it more valuable for people with money in the stock market than the end user and consumer.


Gizmodo has a decidedly more relaxed approach to tech news, but they still cover the important stories. When they do they try to frame them from the perspective of the user and how recent innovations and product slates will impact our way of life, and in amongst those stories there are countless fluffy pieces on things like cameras made from popsicle sticks, or hypothetical designs for lunar bases.


The focus of engadget is right there in the name– they are into gadgets– but that doesn’t tell the whole story. This blog ends up falling somewhere in between TechCrunch and Gizmodo, offering news for both the end user and the investor, and it’s a balance that has made them extremely successful.



ZDNet has been around for a very long time, and they definitely slant towards the professional side of tech coverage. The site still has the mindset of a big content portal rather than a weblog, offering a slightly different approach but covering most of the same stories as those above it on this list. It’s a great way to get your tech news at a glance and focus on only the stories that interest you the most.


The OM stands for Om Malik, an accomplished web and technology writer who put his name behind the brand he started and has seen it grow tremendously. He’s just one of the writers contributing to the daily cycle these days, but they have maintained a distinct style and focus in both the stories they cover and the way they are presented, primarily geared towards a slightly more mature audience than the college crowd many other tech sites go after.

Ars Technica

At Ars Technica things are run like a major content portal or an online magazine, much like ZDNet, but in this case built from the ground up in a post-blog and Web 2.0 world. That modern approach comes through not only in their design and presentation, but in the content that they cover. More than any of the other blogs on this list Ars Technica can be called a jack of all trades, providing a thorough examination from every corner of the tech world.


wiredFantastic writing is what really sets Wired apart. These guys have been around for a very long time and have positioned themselves as one of the most trusted sources of journalistic articles in the tech space. If what you are looking for is a great, in-depth, and engaging read, Wired has the chops and shows no signs of slowing down.


When one speaks of sites that have been around from the beginning, Slashdot has to be given its fair respect for not only surviving as long as it has, but for being a pioneer in a number of different ways. Slashdot really made tech and the culture surrounding it cool, and they gave birth to a tremendous community. They are also one of the first major sites on the Internet to be powered by user submissions, which remains true to this day.


At Techdirt the industry of technology is treated with a discerning and often investigative eye. They might be said to have one of the truest journalistic approaches, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have a sense of humor and a bit of personality as well. They have struck a fair balance here that makes their content provocative and engaging, in a community that can often feel overly assimilative.


Originally known as ReadWriteWeb, this blog has evolved a great deal over the years and deserves its placement as one of the 10 most important IT blogs online. The content and even the approach is quite similar to a site like Engadget, but they really target the consumer and try to maintain a broad perspective.

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