You can be more attach with your loved one field with twitter. In this post we will share with you the top and best 20 twitter accounts for tech lovers.
Tech Columnist at the New York Times: Pogue is serious about smartphones but also extremely silly, and his tweets offer a glimpse into his wacky mind.
Turbulence, chimes, and other mysteries of air travel—my review of the new “Cockpit Confidential” (it’s a book). http://t.co/QSMclczr9c
— David Pogue (@Pogue) September 12, 2013
Founder of GigaOM and Venture Partner at True Ventures: Malik is a highly regarded veteran of the digital revolution. He has reported on and invested in myriad tech giants since the early 90s. If Silicon Valley had a secret high council, he’d be on it.
— Om Malik (@om) September 16, 2013
Founder of TechMeme: As the founder of TechMeme, Rivera knows the top stories, and he tweets with comic genius.
— Gabe Rivera (@gaberivera) September 16, 2013
Co-Founder of Twitter and CEO of Square: He’s sharp and funny and — c’mon — he invented Twitter!
It’s going to be a gorgeous sunset in Manhattan tonight.
— Jack Dorsey (@jack) September 15, 2013
Jenna Wortham ♥
Tech Reporter at the New York Times: Wortham tweets about tech with sass and class. You’ll be addicted to her tweets in a week.
GOD I MISS KRISTIN CAVALLARI http://t.co/2X1spYAppk
— Jenna Wortham ♥ (@jennydeluxe) September 15, 2013
Mergers and Acquisitions Reporter at the Wall Street Journal: If you want to be among the first to hear about the next big M&A deal, you follow Preeta.
Smoking jackets, smoking slippers in vogue as cigarettes go out of fashion. http://t.co/CAHsGBaUkT
— Anupreeta Das (@PreetaTweets) September 14, 2013
Co-Founder of BuzzFeed and the Huffington Post: He’s the meme whisperer and offers unique insights into the tech world.
Friday Night Lights, Miami Edition: Two Days Inside Football’s Glitziest, Grimiest Talent Pipeline – great piece http://t.co/Gl3pmZsy7U
— Jonah Peretti (@peretti) September 14, 2013
Founder of Gawker Media: Hate him or love him, Gawker’s controversial founder spices up your feed and curates the best Gizmodo stories.
— Scott Heiferman (@heif) September 15, 2013
Long one of the best parody accounts on the web, Yahoo Board has a newfound relevance now that Marissa Mayer has come to try and save the struggling tech giant.
— Yahoo Board (@YahooBoard) May 20, 2013
President and Editor-in-Chief of the Huffington Post Media Group: Even if you find Arianna’s HuffPo editorials a bit long-winded, you’ll love her one-liners on Twitter. She’s the Queen Bee of media. You might not want to sit at her lunch table, but you want to stay within earshot.
“I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought; and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.” –G. K. Chesterton
— Arianna Huffington (@ariannahuff) September 15, 2013
Editor-in-Chief of iMore and Executive Producer of MobileNations:Apple lets out fewer secrets than North Korea. When any Apple news escapes Tim Cook’s stranglehold, it’s usually thanks to Ritchie. When he isn’t breaking stories, Ritchie provides strong analysis on the future of Apple.
Is it too early to declare iOS 7 app review bankruptcy yet? (Asking for a friend.)
— Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie) September 16, 2013
Founder and Managing Director of TechStars NYC and an Angel Investor through BoxGroup: Tisch has been gallivanting around the world all summer, but when he’s in New York, he monitors the pulse of the red hot New York startup scene.
Love watching Jim Harbaugh lose… It’s good TV… #NFL
— David Tisch (@davetisch) September 16, 2013
Co-Founder of Thrillist and Partner at Lerer Ventures: Ben is possibly the funniest techie on Twitter.
— Ben Lerer (@BenjLerer) September 16, 2013
CEO and Founder of Buddy Media, GOLF.com, U-Wire/Student Advantage, and Lazerow Consulting: Lazerow is the type of CEO who will talk to anyone on Twitter. He’s smart and witty, and everyone is talking about the Fear Video he posted after selling Buddy Media to SalesForce.
Congrats to SNL Set Design and Hairstyling on their Emmy wins. #BestInTheBiz
— Seth Meyers (@sethmeyers) September 16, 2013
Manager of Digital Marketing at Seamless: There’s not a lot of humor in ad tech, but Sarah Livingston is doing her best to change that.
Added a few vinyls to the front of the house! I think it makes a big difference :)… http://t.co/PQxBnkYJVm
— Sarah Livingston (@SarahLivingston) September 15, 2013
VC and Principal of Union Square Ventures: Wilson is the godfather of the New York Tech scene and his blog — avc.com — is a must-read. He’s not afraid to get chippy and throw some punches on Twitter.
The Fallacy Of Zero Sum Game Thinking http://t.co/GuT3XiKyWC
— Fred Wilson (@fredwilson) September 15, 2013
Co-Founder of Hunch and Founder Collective: If Fred Wilson is the Don Vito of NY Tech, Chris Dixon is Michael Corleone. Following him on Twitter is like having your own startup mentor.
“Asia, credit, and the end of stuff” http://t.co/OvJTQq3oPm << the implications of needing to own fewer things
— chris dixon (@cdixon) September 16, 2013
Co-Founder and CEO of Box: Levie’s tweets are creative, insightful, and occasionally insane. His bio warns, “I don’t fully endorse anything I say below.” He’ll make you want to found a startup.
The biggest opportunities are often in the space between two existing product categories that no one has bothered to find.
— Aaron Levie (@levie) September 15, 2013
Founder of Ironfire Capital: A major hedgefund player, Jackson will chat up almost anyone in the tech world on Twitter. Listening in is a ton of fun.
It came a long way from its rookie season “@LDrogen: Great season finale on Newsroom, Aaron Sorkin is awesome”
— Eric Jackson (@ericjackson) September 16, 2013