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6 Top Blogs for Tech Students to Follow in 2020

A few decades ago, students who wanted to receive additional information on their main subjects should visit libraries or buy special newspapers/magazines. Nowadays, it is easier than breathing. Thanks to the Internet, students can enjoy the perks of accessibility and plenty of different blogs. It takes a few minutes to get new information:

  • Turn on the device.
  • Check the Internet.
  • Enter keywords for the search.
  • Choose the desired blog or site.
  • Enjoy the offered materials.

At the same time, students may not have enough time to analyze the blogs they found. So, here they are, with 6 blogs for tech students to follow in 2020.

Best Tech Blogs 2020

  1. VentureBeat

VentureBeat exists since 2006 and is very active today. The blog provides various news, articles, and newspapers for people to read and learn about artificial intelligence and machine learning.

VentureBeat covers the game industry (may be interesting for students who want to link their education with gaming).

Also, VentureBeat may catch your attention with their events. They are rare (up to three events per day), but they can be hosted online or in reality.

Just subscribe to check their regular mails with recent tech news, articles, and analysis.

2. Teacher Tech with Alice Keeler

Maybe, you want to bring technology to the teaching of schoolchildren and other students? If not, skip this part (but, who knows, perhaps the chosen blog will interest you as well?). If yes, let us tell you why we have select Teacher Tech.

Alice Keeler focuses on distance learning and how to use technologies for education in such conditions. It’s about Google classroom, how to use applications offered by Google mail, and courses.

All posts are gathered on a separate page for convenience’ sake. Check it, and we sure that you find exciting tips to use in your everyday life.

3. How-To Geek

The first thing you should know about this blog / online magazine is that it is not only for geeks; it is created by geeks who know what they are doing. It is easy to choose what you want to get from the blog.

Do you want some tech news? How-To Geek gives it to you every day.

Do you need reviews, or maybe do you want to subscribe to the Facebook page? Check the “About Us” section, and you will have all the necessary links.

Perhaps, the most precious thing about How-To Geek is their tips on different devices. Do you have Smart Home, or do you want to learn about it? Security for devices, hints on Android, new ways of using your Windows?

Check How-To Geek for pretty simple instructions with screenshots (for better visuals) to apply or just to know how to implement whenever the need arises.

4. The New York Times: Technology

The New York Times is the most famous American newspaper. It started an existing long-long time before the Internet appeared. Thus, it’s a pretty much trustworthy source of recent tech articles, news, opinions, and reviews. And it has a lot of content, of course: from explanations why Tik Tok should not be banned from discussions on a possible solution to the pandemic situation.

If you are a fan of Twitter, The New York Times has a separate page dedicated to the technology section only.

The only problem can be a subscription: you will need to have paid subscriptions for all content of the newspaper. However, it is not very expensive, and you can cancel your subscription anytime. The New York Times guarantees it.

5. BBC News: Technology

BBC News is Britain’s source of recent news, but it also does not neglect to highlight the events from different corners of the world.

Similarly to The New York Times, BBC News has a separate section dedicated to content on technology. Mostly, the content consists of news, of course, but they are pretty interesting and reveals how the technologies can help in surprising ways.

For example, one of the latest articles reports about robots being used for help during the pandemic situation at airports. Two unprecedented advantages of this “blog” are a lot of videos and no need to pay for the subscription.

6. MIT Technology Review

Last but not the least, You can see the goal of MIT Technology Review even without reading “about us” section: you can see their wish to demonstrate how the technology can be used for the greater good through the articles.

For tech news and articles, they have 12 different topics. You can see such topics as “tech policy,” “humans and technology,” and biotechnology. Just pick your bestie!

Also, don’t miss that MIT Technology Review has various events, and, definitely, you can watch them all. The only problem with this blog is similar to The New York Times: paid subscription.

However, MIT Technology Review gives three free reading every month, so you can spend them to understand whether this blog falls to your likings or not.

Of course, these six blogs are not the only ones that can be defined as “top blogs to follow.” There are many and many others which are worthy of your attention.

To start exploring a new world of worthy blogs, we can advise you to visit for help. And May Tech Brights Your Life!

Please let us know if the article helped you with insight or not? What else you were looking forward to? and Do you follow any other tech blog? If yes, why?

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