Many of the biggest consumer tech/gadget blogs are in this lists Most popular category its a subject that draws a lot of eyeballs. But consumer tech is such a heavily covered area that the list continues on
118) Walt Mossberg
When the Great One speaks, people listen: the Wall Street Journals personal tech expert is a heavyweight gadget reviewer.
119) Crave, the Gadget Blog
Many posts per day, written by a very tuned-in crew, about all the electronic gear you crave.
The very latest on high end, cutting edge gear, with enough photos to get you in the mood to open your wallet.
121) Daily Tech: Gadgets
News tidbits for gamers and gadget enthusiasts, with plenty of comments from the peanut gallery.
122) Mediabistro: MobileDevices/MobileApps
A constant stream of pointed news and commentary about the very latest in mobile devices.
123) Boy Genius Report
Exhaustively covers the rapidly growing world of mobile devices/cell phones/personal digital assistants.
News plus short tutorials about cell phones/Net books and every other gadget we carry around with us.
125) Android Guys
All the details (and dirt) about Googles efforts to push its Android mobile platform.
126) Computer Power User
As the title suggests, this is for dudes and dudettes who want to get under the hood and juice up their PC. Vroom!
127) Hacked Gadgets
Get out your screwdriver and soldering gun and your imagination. Were taking apart our toys! DIY!
128) Custom PC Blogs
Written by a crew of English tech aficionados who are experts on modding PCs.
129) USA Today Technology Live
Everything from 3D movies to Google Earth to high-tech washing machines. In classic USA Today style, the coverage is light n breezy with plenty of upbeat graphics.
130) Laptop Magazine Blog
Written by a sizeable crew, offering some of the more informed commentary about notebooks and portables.
Definitely a place to visit before you buy your next portable.
132) PC World
The national magazines blogs covers both Windows and Apple, plus gear ranging from printers to spyware to cell phones.
133) PC Magazine
Giving PC World a run for its money, twin brother PC Magazine delves into every variety of consumer tech.
134) Wi-Fi Networking News
While other blogs dash off 3-4 sentence throwaways, Glenn Fleishmann writes thoughtful, article-length pieces. A good way to keep up with the constantly whirling world of Wi-Fi. Also check out Wi-Fi Planet.
135) Mark Kerseys HDTV News Blogs
Kersey searches high and low for all the headlines, providing story summaries to keep you up on every last detail of high-def. Hes into it.
136)The Raw Feed
Big time tech pundit Mike Elgan explores technology's effect on culture (and visa versa). A generous sprinkling of gizmos, gadgets and Web trends enlivens the mix.
Featuring commentary by tech veteran Rafe Needleman, Webware covers the rapidly growing sector of Web-based apps. Webware stays right on top of the very latest Web app news.
138) Kotaku, the Gamers Guide
Enough gaming news and trend analysis for even the most hardcore gamer. One of the most popular tech blogs on the Web.
Xbox 360, Wii, PS3 if these acronyms stir your interest, youre an ideal fan of Joystiqs full-on gaming coverage.
Its a gamers delight: the Destructoid blog celebrates the fact that your PC is the ultimate platform for gaming, and much of the games call for death and destruction cool!
141) Cool Tools
Not just another gadget blog, this cornucopia of interesting tech stuff software, videos, maps, Web sites is hosted by the venerable Kevin Kelly. He accepts submissions from readers and posts the best of them. He also runs a wide ranging tech blog portal.
Gadgets, gear and computer hardware an ultimate outpost for those obsessed with shiny toys.
The freshest news about the popular filesharing protocol. Essential reading for heavy P2P music-video downloaders.
144) The Gadget Blog
This blog never sleeps as it churns out news about cell phones, cameras, GPS units, and portables of every kind.
145) Digital Inspiration
India-based blogger Amit Agarwai writes prolifically about using personal tech for improved productivity and entertainment. He offers zillions of easy-to-use tutorials, like his hack for reading magazines online for free.
146) jkOn The Run
A geekier, more in-depth look at personal mobile technology. Founding editor James Kendrick has been using mobile devices since they weighed 30 pounds.