Twitter has now become a primary platform for some people who want to seek information. With so many influencers being active on Twitter, people tend to trust their views rather than reading through news portals on web. For all the tech fanatics out there, you won’t be disappointed by the number of influencers present from the industry. As they provide insights and their analysis of the tech world, Twitter will make sure that you never fall short of your daily dose of tech news.
We bring to you such people who we think can fulfill your appetite for tech news.
@reckless– 70.5K Followers
Acting Managing Editor of Vox, very active on twitter, tweets about music industry and oh yes tech too.
Seriously album sales are definitely coming back. Robin Thicke’s Paula sells just 530 copies in first week of sales http://t.co/v4d2MPwaz0
— nilay patel (@reckless) July 9, 2014
@ruhanirabin– 67.2K Followers
Calls himself a tech enthusiast and idea maker. Shares links on twitter about new developments in the tech world.
@om – 1.39 million followers.
Founder of Gigaom. Tweets about social media world and about his own analysis of the recent tech happenings.
The future is algorithmic and what that means digital gatekeepers need to develop compassion and become less opaque http://t.co/Rz1EZXveOT
— Om Malik (@om) July 9, 2014
@bhatnaturally – 7.2 K Followers
A big apple lover, his tweets are dominated by Apple news and recent offerings from Apple.
@labnol – 45 K Followers
Founder of labnol , a tech blogger who has written many articles on the tech industry. Follow him to stay up to date.
Adobe is among the few companies in India that encourages employees to use social media & imposes no web restrictions (except for torrents)
— Amit Agarwal (@labnol) July 9, 2014
@sree – 57.4 K Followers
Chief digital office at MET museum, his TL mostly includes re-tweets of other tech people he follows on Twitter.
@RajivMakhni– 90.3 K Followers
Famous for his stint with NDTV, follow him for latest news on new gadgets and what he is up to with tech trends.
— Rajiv Makhni (@RajivMakhni) July 7, 2014
@Djkrimp – 2.6 K Followers
Famous for his Youtube channel Igyaan, mostly tweets about his new tech stuffs.
@nishantpadhiar– 386 Followers
Relatively new to twitter, he works at Stuff India, a gadget magazine. His twitter topics include updating about new product launches in India.
Amazon.in has launched the Samsung Galaxy K-Zoom. 20Mp snapper phone with 10x zoom, 4.8″ HD screen and a niche no one cares about. ₹30k
— Nishant Padhiar (@nishantpadhiar) July 9, 2014
@rajatagr – 11.9 K Followers
Executive Editor at BGRIndia. Mostly tweets about product reviews and his take on the recent happenings of the tech world.
@rajupp –11.9 K Followers
Editor at techpp.com. Usually tweets about launch of new mobile phones and his take on their pricing.
— Raju (@rajupp) July 8, 2014
@cnha – 8.1 K Followers Founder and Editor at Nextbigwhat.com. His tweets are about tech startups and latest happenings in the tech industry.
The Day I Understood The Value of Yo App! http://t.co/C25ekDpD3a
— ashish sinha (@cnha) July 7, 2014
@maheshmurthy – 68.1 K Followers
Does not completely belongs to the tech world but a tech enthusiast who helps start-ups grow their business. Follow for great insight of the tech world.
— Mahesh Murthy (@maheshmurthy) June 17, 2014
@vkhosla – 407 K Followers
Founder of Khosla Ventures. He generally tweets about tech news and retweets about latest updates from the tech world.
Google Is About To Take Over Your Whole Life, And You Won’t Even Notice | Co.Design | business + design http://t.co/fzOfPYnLXd
— Vinod Khosla (@vkhosla) July 6, 2014
@rashmi– 19.4 K Followers
CEO and founder of Slideshare, her tweets and retweets are about changes and appreciation of slideshare. Follow her if you are fan of the website.
We started with a .net domain and even though we purchased the http://t.co/yEOzBlgdf1 after two years, we always remained .net for our use…
— Rashmi Sinha (@rashmi) January 15, 2014
@sundarpichai– 66.8 K Followers
One of the most important people at Google. A must follow for android fanboys. Tweets and retweets about Google.
Now you can mirror your android screen with Chromecast. really cool to use http://t.co/DU85s5wXGf
— sundarpichai (@sundarpichai) July 9, 2014
@ksub15 – 10.7 K Followers
Founder of Burrp and an entrepreneur, tweets about general happenings of the tech world.
— Krishna Subramanian (@ksub15) March 20, 2014
@Karanbajaj – 11.2 K Followers
Special correspondent at The Economist. Tweets about latest launch in tech world and updates of new products.
— Karan Bajaj (@Karanbajaj) July 4, 2014
@vishalgondal – 24.4k Followers
Founder of idiagames, an avid gamer himself. Tweets about tech world. His tweets will also enlighten you about fitness, considering he is a fitness enthusiast too.
Habit Formation that Works even if You’re Lazy, Forgetful and Not Motivated http://t.co/tQEtfpp84S
— vishal gondal (@vishalgondal) July 5, 2014
@_sachinbansal – 8.7 K Followers
Co-founder of Flipkart. No points for guessing that most of his tweets are about Flipkart. Nevertheless expect him to be the first one to tweet about latest gadgets on Flipkart. Not very active on Twitter though.
Amod Malviya: Engineering the Flipkart Story [NextBigWhat Profile] – http://t.co/j3IReTNBAy
— Sachin Bansal (@_sachinbansal) November 23, 2013
@pgcat – 17 K Followers
Deputy Mobile editor at WSJ, her tweets are mostly about development in mobile apps and latest news of mobile world.
this NYT article about buzzfeed with appropriate animated gifs is awesome! http://t.co/GKOS9tMVKQ
— Priya Ganapati (@pgcat) June 9, 2014
@pranavmistry – 42.6 K Followers
Vice president research at Samsung. Tweets about general things and sometimes about tech happenings at Samsung.
— Pranav Mistry (@pranavmistry) June 25, 2014
@satyanadella – 249 K Followers
CEO at Microsoft, he needs no introduction. A must follow for every tech fan.
— Satya Nadella (@satyanadella) June 27, 2014
@yashh – 1.4 K Followers
One of the early employees of Pinterest, tweets are about his general life at Pinterest and their recent development.
Sometimes making HTTP requests is the toughest thing ever.
— Yash Nelapati (@yashh) August 2, 2013
@theamitsinghal – 7.8 K Followers
Gives in depth analysis at Google. Follow him if you are a Google fan.
— Amit Singhal (@theamitsinghal) December 14, 2012