Best tech accounts to follow on Twitter
The tech space can get pretty crowded on social media. It’s where you can share your thoughts and feelings on just about anything – so new phone releases or anything tech focused does become a big talking point!
But how do you sift through to find interesting people sharing their ideas on tech and smartphones? Well, you don’t have to! We’ve found some gems from the Twittersphere that you’ll want to follow for your daily dose of tech chat.
Swear I didn’t see this before tweeting about LG, but you’d think I had, as it was posted just 10 minutes prior. https://t.co/kzhy8e2oNk
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) October 31, 2018
Twitter handle: @evleaks
Evan Blass is arguably the most prolific – and famous – person who leaks information on flagship devices. He’s well informed and as a result, is highly respected within the smartphone world.
The account @evleaks first surfaced in 2012, but back then the account was anonymous. It wouldn’t be until the following year that Blass would unveil his identity. This was mainly due to the fact he felt that his identity would end up being revealed eventually anyway.
In 2014, Evan Blass announced his retirement from leaking devices as it was difficult to monetise a Twitter thread. He tried various ways to make money out of the information he was posting. Luckily for us, this retirement wasn’t a permanent thing and he was back posting leaks two years later.
When it comes to one of the most leaked phones in recent years, the Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL, Evan shared an image of both devices on social media that looks exactly like both phones.
This year, he unveiled the Blackberry KEY2, Huawei P20 and the Samsung S9.
— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) November 7, 2018
Twitter handle: @OnLeaks
Another verified, certified phone leaker is Steve H using the handle @OnLeaks. For the last three years, Steve has summarised just how good his years have been in terms of what he has broken. In 2017, he boasted 32 leaks, 19 devices leaked 100% accurately and 7 that had 100% accurately leaked information. He leaked the iPhone X four months before it was unveiled.
This year, Steve has divulged the colour options for the Galaxy S10 (not set to be unveiled for four months), he’s shared images of the Sony Xperia L3 and shared information on the latest generation of iPhones.
Strap yourselves in because there is plenty more information to come on next year’s devices! It’s not just phones either.
Apple’s new patent, the iPhone in 2019 may use a screen similar to “Infinity-O” to dig holes in the screen. pic.twitter.com/8GWjyhUbwb
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 12, 2018
Twitter handle: @UniverseIce
Fully immersed in all things smartphone, Ice Universe shares all the content you could need or want when it comes to flagships.
The biggest players like Samsung and Apple are brought into the conversation but there is a heavy focus on the Chinese manufacturers. If these phones become more readily available – and it’s believed they will be, with providers lining up to be the exclusive carrier – it could mean major disruption for the mobile market. Foldable devices are coming, and Ice Universe is already well versed.
Discussed on their feed is the OPPO Find X with curved screens – OPPO devices have been tipped to land in the UK soon, but an exact date is yet to be revealed. Foldable device patents have been shared too; like OPPO’s foldable phone with triple screen.
— Rodolfo Rosini ☕✨ (@rodolfor) November 13, 2018
Twitter handle: @rodolfor
If you have an interest in Artificial Intelligence, Rodolfo is your man. He’s currently a Partner at Zeroth.ai – Asia’s first accelerator program backing working on frontier technologies. They have a wide ranging portfolio, investing in a number of companies since 2016.
Even before this, Rodolfo was making a name for himself in the Artificial Intelligence atmosphere. His incredible background includes Storybricks, AI-driven storytelling for video games; Weave.ai which merged machine learning with graph theory and Kalitta which was established to deploy AI models on blockchains but folded after just three months.
Learn more about the world of AI – or just chuckle at his tweets.
Yes. Huge opportunity for UK – we have all the factors to lead https://t.co/ingGYUHLBL
— martha lane fox (@Marthalanefox) November 12, 2018
Martha Lane Fox
Twitter handle: @Marthalanefox
Martha is the founder and executive chair at doteveryone – exploring how technology is changing society and championing responsible technology. That’s not all; she is on the board for Twitter and Chancellor of Open University. Previously, Martha co-founded lastminute.com before selling the company in 2005 – so she knows a thing or two about technology!
She shares plenty of interesting content about her craft and the field in which she’s most knowledgeable so don’t miss out on what she has to say.
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