Top 50 tech websites [updated]

A collection of some of the best tech websites available in 2022

Writing a blog about tech? Trying to get the dish on the latest SF startups? Don’t waste time hunting around the web, when we’ve already done the research for you.

Here are 50+ of the best tech websites with all the info you need. Bookmark this page, so you don’t have to dig next time!

Tech news, trends, and discussions

Find the pulse of everything new and relevant in the world of tech.

  1. SlashDot
  2. TechCrunch
  3. Gizmodo
  4. Recode by Vox
  5. WSH Tech News
  6. The Next Web
  7. Reddit Tech
  8. Ars Technica
  9. GigaOm
  10. The Verge
  11. ZDNet
  12. Technorati

Top 50 tech websites for and about the startup community

Read all about the movers and shakers in the fast-paced world of startups.

  1. CrunchBase
  2. OnStartups
  3. AngelList
  4. VentureHacks
  5. Switch the Future (formerly Women 2.0)
  6. Microsoft for Startsups Blog
  7. Fundable
  8. LimeTech’s Megalist of Startup Resources

Product and gadget related tech websites and channels

Time to get your gadgets on! These resources are all about the top tech products and gadgets.

  1. CNet
  2. Engadget
  3. Boy Genius
  4. CrunchGear
  5. Digital Trends
  6. GadgeTell
  7. Official Android Blog
  8. PC Mag
  9. Mashable Tech
  10. 9to5Mac
  11. Android Authority
  12. Marques Brownlee

Noteworthy tech blogs

The insider-y blogs you need to read to stay up on the latest tech trends.

  1. Signal Vs. Noise
  2. The Moz Blog
  3. Mac Rumors
  4. Scobleizer

SF tech event listings

Find out the deets on the latest SF tech events with these resources from top-50 tech websites.

  1. Startup Digest by TechStars
  2. SF New Tech
  3. Eventbrite Tech Events
  4. Moscone Center Events
  5. Gary’s Guide

Tech-related advice, how-tos and troubleshooting

Advice and how-to articles for those times when a little troubleshooting is in order.

  1. Quora
  2. LifeHacker
  3. Make Use Of
  4. Microsoft Docs Hub
  5. Linux Questions

Websites on futurism and tech

The future is here and now, but for those times when you need to do a little forecasting, these resources help.

  1. Wired In our humble opinion, the best tech publication out there, with lots of well-researched content on tech innovations and trendsetting companies.
  2. Institute for the Future A nonprofit think tank based in Palo Alto. Their foresight reports and education programs will give you all kinds of forecasting insights.
  3. Singularity Institute  A benefit corporation with a focus on how to use tech to solve global challenges.
  4. World Future Society An international community of futurists and future thinkers, founded in 1966 by Edward Cornish.

Education and tech skills

Skilling up? Angling for your next career move? Here are some great places to find the classes you’re looking for.

  1. Coursera More than 5000 courses, certificates, and degrees. Features content from universities and well-known tech companies.
  2. Udacity Upskilling for tech workers. Focus on enterprise-level delivery.
  3. Udemy More than 185,000 online video courses with a wide array of categories. Many tech courses, but also music, photography, personal development, and more.
  4. Codeacademy Free coding classes in 12 different coding languages.
  5. SkillCrush They describe themselves as the online coding and design school with a heart. Woman founded. Focus on career re-entry.
  6. SkillShare Discover new skills and find inspiration for experts in a wide variety of fields. Includes lots of creative courses.
  7. App Sumo Very product oriented, but includes many low-cost courses with a heavy orientation toward entrepreneurs.

Productivity and life hack tools from top-50 tech websites

There are never enough hours in the day. Try these life hack and productivity tools to reach your potential.

  1. Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity A clear and methodical approach to personal productivity, by David Allen.
  2. The Four Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich This book is a bit gimmicky, but includes lots of life hacks related to time management and lifestyle design. By Timothy Ferriss.
  3. Hootsuite–Manage social media apps
  4. Toggl–Time tracking
  5. Fuelly–Fuel use tracking
  6. TripIt–Manage itineraries
  7. LastPass–Manage passwords
  8. Evernote–Record and share notes

Tech diversion, fun, and entertainment

For fun on your downtime, check out these places for your cheap (tech) thrills.

  1. Boing Boing
  2. Think Geek by GameStop
  3. Kip Kay
  4. Household Hacker
  5. Instructables
  6. Will It Blend?
  7. Unbox Therapy

Not enough tech websites for you? Looking for startup resources that are local to the Bay Area? Don’t forget to check out our Megalist of 40+ Bay Area Startup Resources! Happy surfing…

Got a suggestion for a tech resource that’s missing from this list? Let us know and we’ll try to add it.

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