Exciting news: ITWC will be attending CES this year! Unfortunately, with we can’t spread out two-man team to cover everything on the show floor. To ensure that you don’t miss a drop of news, we’ve compiled a list of the most influential and trusted tech sources to follow.

AnandTech – Ian Cutress

Very few publications can match AnandTech’s technical expertise. When a new chip rolls off the belt, AnandTech’s calls upon its senior editor Ian Cutress to compose the most comprehensive analysis and testing there is. Ian Cutress holds a Ph.D. in PhysChem from the University of Oxford and is a walking technology encyclopedia.

Android Authority – Gary Sims

Gary Sims has the uncanny ability to explain complex technical concepts in laymen’s terms so a five-year-old can understand them. Backed with decades of coding experience as a software engineer, Gary runs the show “Gary Explained” on Android Authority and leverages his talent to its full extent, earning him the nickname “teacher” and “sensei” among his followers. Expect detailed technology breakdowns from him throughout CES 2019.

Android Central – Daniel Bader

When he’s not busy with managing editor duties at Android Central, Daniel Bader can be found covering content for Windows Central while performing technical analysis for CBC News and CTV News. Straight to the chase and imbued with relatable anecdotes, his content is never boring to read.

CNET – Scott Stein

Scott Stein has covered tech, gaming, and entertainment for over 15 years. After moving to CNET, Scott likes to discuss VR, AR, and wearable technologies.

Gamer Nexus – Stephen Burke

Gamer Nexus’ editor-in-chief Stephen Burke is unafraid to speak his mind and will deliver crushing evidence if he’s challenged. His bold creativity and exceptional journalistic sense rank him as one of the most trustworthy technology gurus. Although he doesn’t appear to be active on Twitter, make sure to follow his author’s page on Gamer Nexus.

Hardware Canucks – Dimitri Novoselov

The Canada-based tech publication Hardware Canucks wouldn’t be alive today without Dimitri Novoselov. He melds together his enthusiasm for tech with his brilliant videography acumen, creating the most informative and mesmerizing YouTube videos available. Thanks to him, Hardware Canuck’s video technology reviews are concise, easy to digest, and rich with information.

IT World Canada – Alex Coop

Alex is a biz/tech reporter focusing on the Canadian IT channel. He’s also a contributing writer for IT World Canada and IT Business, and he loves it when robots bump into him at conferences and say hello. Alex has several years of community reporting experience and has shared the stories of people from various communities and industries across the country.

IT World Canada – Brian Jackson

ITWC’s editorial director will be back to cover CES for his second year in a row. He’ll be covering Intel’s press conference and the technologies on demonstration at its booth, including the new autonomous driving technology from its subsidiary Mobileye. Jackson will also be covering the booths of IBM, Google Assistant, Samsung, LG, and Huawei, to name a few. Follow along for some photos of the latest tech from these firms, and perhaps even a few surprises along the way. Last year, Jackson found himself in the middle of a dark expo hall when a blackout hit the Las Vegas Convention Centre.

Linus Tech Tips – Linus Sebastian

Linus Sebastian was already massively popular when he hosted the NCIX Tech Tips YouTube show 12 years ago. Today, he chairs the Linus Media Group and is still tremendously active as the host of Linus Tech Tips. His channel covers all gamuts of tech from the practical, to the ancient, to the quirky.

MKBHD – Marques Brownlee

Marques Brownlee started his YouTube tech career years ago. Since then, he’s grown into one of the most influential tech reviewers in the world with 3.03 million followers on Twitter and nearly 7.68 million subscribers on YouTube. Marques goes by the handle MKBHD, and primarily focuses on smartphone and camera technologies.

MobileSyrup – Patrick O’Rourke

Patrick O’Rourke can be divided equally between an avid gamer a tech enthusiast. His passion led him to a number respected publications including the Financial Post, National Post, and BetaKit. Today, Patrick is the managing editor of MobileSyrup with a keen interest in VR and AR.

Mobile Tech Review – Lisa Gade

Previously a senior UI designer at HP Labs, Lisa Gade has a burning passion for mobile technology. She’s been running Mobile Tech Review full-time since 2001 and is showing no sign of stopping. Candid and capricious, Lisa also makes for a tremendous host on camera. She primarily focuses on smartphones, tablets, and laptops.

Paul’s Hardware – Paul Heimlich

If you want to stay on top of the latest trends in technology, follow Paul Heimlich. As a tech enthusiast and the president of Paul’s Hardware, Paul can predict the next tech trend before it happens. His coverage caters to both the layman and the pro.

PC Perspective – Allyn Malventano

Up until 2014, Allyn Malventano was a U.S. navy network defense chief petty officer. Upon retirement, he carried over his extensive experience over to PC Perspective and began focusing on computer storage. Of course, as with any good technology journalist, his interest and knowledge encompass all sectors of technology.

PC World – Gordon Mah Ung

Gordon Mah Ung is a veteran of veterans in the tech world. During his 20-year career, he’s written for prominent magazines including PC World, Mac World, and acted as the editor-in-chief for Maximum PC. He possesses a relentless curiosity for computer hardware, and his work is often imbued with provocative insights and opinions.

 

 



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