These days, some of the best smartphones with 4g in India are available in the market and it is simply a great time to be living in. The internet is a wonderful place & there is no dearth of incredible smartphone blogs that track iPhones, Android devices, BlackBerries and other smartphones. If you love smartphones & like to keep up with what’s happening in the world of android & mobile phones in general, we have made a collection of 5 great technology and smartphone blogs, (in no particular order) you should be reading right now.
The place you need to head to for all things technical. Hootsuite Development is like taking a sneak peek into Hootsuite’s cutting edge technology, brilliant developers & the challenges that they face. For android fans & developers, the archives are just pure gold. They’re full of tips and tricks to make android development much simpler. Whether you’re a developer or just a fan, it’s a great blog, period.
2. Know Your Cell
We love this site for the truckloads of information available on the latest mobile apps, carrier offerings & devices that can be paired. The How to blogs are the real deal folks: you need to get involved with those! It has a news site kind of feel that makes it buzz.
3. Barack Obama’s BlackBerry’s Blog
If there ever was a medal for the best title awarded for a technology blog, it would have to be this one. This strongly anti-Obama blog is quite political but given the presidential elections due, this is a great time to get into this blog!
“Immerse yourself in technology” quite literally! Thanks to some amazing posts about Android, TechnoBuffalo is for the Android technology lovers. There are countless app, smartphone, and device news and reviews on offer.
Not only is the blog section of AppleInsider pretty amazing, it is just a great website that you should visit frequently if you are a technology nerd. Even though the blog section doesn’t update as frequently as a hard core technology blog from the dungeons, it has some interesting things to talk about like Steve Jobs whereabouts, Mac and iTunes coverage & other stuff that is not related to the iPhone.