No Data Connection? No Problem: Use Pangea
Billions of people still don't have mobile data connectivity; Pangea, which presented onstage at Disrupt NY by three romanians IT, Vlad Iuhas, Radu Iuhas și Sebastian Presecan, offered a solution
Slashdot
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Nilay Patel
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Memeburn
Memeburn is a website that focuses on digital news and events in the emerging markets sphere. Founded by South African entrepreneur Matthew Buckland, the Cape Town-based website focuses on current eve...
ChileHardware
CHW, formerly ChileHardware, is a Spanish language computer hardware review web site. The site was founded by Christian Montero, Felipe Figueroa and Juan Pablo Adaro, in January 2004 to help and show ...
GameCrush
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TechSpot
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Weblogs, Inc.
Weblogs, Inc. is a blog network of about 90 blogs, covering a variety of subjects, from computers and gaming to the likes of food and independent film. Roughly half of these blogs are regularly update...
PC Supporters
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Ars Technica
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Zophar's Domain
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Jon Katz
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CloudCERT
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RAVe Publications
rAVe [Publications] is a digital news organization that covers the audiovisual industry – both commercial and residential. rAVe, originally Kayye Consulting Inc., was founded in 1998 by Gary Kayye. Th...
Street Tech
Street Tech is a personal technology review website founded by the writer, editor, and media critic Gareth Branwyn. Street Tech apparently uses the Slashdot software. In addition to occasional writi...
Joshua Topolsky
Joshua Ryan Topolsky (born October 19, 1977) is an American technology journalist. He is also a record producer, drummer, and DJ under the stage name Joshua Ryan. Topolsky was the co-founder and edito...
Winaero
Winaero is a website hosting freeware tweaking tools for Microsoft Windows. It is operated by Russian developer, Sergey Tkachenko. The website sports 50+ freeware tools for modifying the behavior of M...
Javablackbelt
This article is about the javablackbelt community website, not about the similarly named company branch.The Javablackbelt community website was a website which supported java developers in keeping up ...
Cryptome
Cryptome is a digital library host created in 1996 by American independent scholars and architects John Young and Deborah Natsios. The digital library functions as a repository for information about f...
Mashable
Mashable (Mashable Inc.) is a news website founded by Pete Cashmore in 2005.
AnandTech
AnandTech is an online computer hardware magazine. It was founded in 1997 by then-14-year-old Anand Lal Shimpi, who served as CEO and Editor-in-Chief until August 30th, 2014, with Ryan Smith replacing...
AlienBabelTech
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My Girlfriend's a Geek
My Girlfriend's a Geek (腐女子彼女。, Fujoshi Kanojo.) is a Japanese light novel series in two volumes by Pentabu based on a popular blog of the same name with 11 million pageviews. A manga adaptati...
WinRumors
WinRumors was a website which was updated daily with news, rumors and reports about Microsoft and its products. The site was established in October 2010 by the site author, Tom Warren.In 2011, WinRumo...