Benedict Evans – Essays
What matters in tech? Should we care about 5G? Is a platform a publisher? Would breaking up big tech work? What comes after Zoom? How does privacy conflict with competition? How does data change brands? Stepping back from the noise, Benedict tries to work out what’s really happening, what matters, and what it might mean.
The Verge was founded in 2011. It covers the intersection of technology, science, art, and culture. Its mission is to offer in-depth reporting and long-form feature stories, breaking news coverage, product information, and community content in a unified and cohesive manner.
Engadget is the original home for technology news and reviews. Since its founding in 2004, Engadget has grown from an exhaustive source for consumer tech news to a global multimedia organization covering the intersection of technology, gaming and entertainment.
Wired is a monthly American magazine, published in print and online editions, that focuses on how emerging technologies affect culture, the economy, and politics. Owned by Condé Nast, it is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and has been in publication since March/April 1993.
MIT Technology Review
The mission of MIT Technology Review is to make technology a greater force for good by bringing about better-informed, more conscious technology decisions through authoritative, influential, and trustworthy journalism.
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Business insights for the digital enterprise.
The Register is a leading and trusted global online enterprise technology news publication, reaching roughly 40 million readers worldwide.
Benedict Evans – Newsletter
What mattered in tech this week? Once a week, Benedict sends a newsletter to 160,000 people - what happened in tech that actually mattered, and what it means. He picks out the changes and ideas you don’t want to miss in all the noise, and give them context and analysis.
News at the intersection of Silicon Valley and democracy. A newsletter by Casey Newton.
Azeem Azhar is one of the leading thinkers bridging the gap between two cultures — that of technology on one end, and humanities on the other—to provide a holistic understanding of our near future. Reading Exponential View weekly is a mental exercise in understanding the present from a multidisciplinary perspective of economics, technology, philosophy, and business, in order to explain the future.
Your daily dose of what’s up in emerging technology from the MIT Technology Review.
Your guide to growth and prosperity in the age of technology from the MIT Technology Review.
Why’d You Push That Button?
A podcast about the choices technology forces us to make, featuring interviews with consumers, developers, friends, and strangers. Hosted by The Verge’s Ashley Carman and Kaitlyn Tiffany, Why’d You Push That Button? asks the hard, weird, occasionally dumb questions about how your tiny tech decisions impact your
Gadget Lab: Weekly Tech News
Inside the hottest personal tech stories of the week; mobile apps, gear, social networking, and entertainment.
Benedict Evans – Annual presentation
Every year, Benedict produces a big presentation digging into macro and strategic trends in the tech industry.
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Described by Newsweek as Silicon Valley’s ”most powerful tech journalist”, Kara Swisher is an opinion writer for The New York Times, a contributing editor at New York, the host of the podcast Sway, and the co-host of the podcast Pivot.