Best twitter accounts tech

Twitter is a brilliant place to find out the latest technology news, discover reviews of the hottest new gadgets, see sneak peeks of unreleased products and be entertained by some of the funniest and smartest names in the industry. Here, we bring you 10 of our favourite tech-related Twitter accounts to help you get the most out of Twitter.

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@tim_cook
For Apple fans, the CEO himself Tim Cook is on Twitter. He's not the most active person on the social network, that's for sure, but when he does Tweet something it's usually worth the wait.

@BillGates
Microsoft's co-founder Bill Gates also has a Twitter account, and is marginally more active than Cook. He tends to tweet about technology, world news and politics.

@NASA
Essential for all technology and science fans is the one and only NASA, which frequently shares updates on the mind-blowing work going on at the company and across the rest of the globe.

@asymco
Analyst Horace Asymco offers regular insight into the technology industry.

@Ihnatko
Andy Ihnatko is a technology columnist who has written for PC Advisor and sister title Macworld and, to quote his Twitter bio, is an "Internationally Beloved Industry Figure."

@martyn_williams
Our very own IDG News Service's Martyn Williams has a Twitter feed that is a brilliant source of technology news and reviews, and also gives an insight into what goes on behind the scenes at technology press events around the world.

@Pogue
Another big-name technology columnist is David Pogue, who has more than 1.5 million followers on Twitter.

@JasonBradbury
The Gadget Show's Jason Bradbury is both entertaining and informative on Twitter.

@stephenfry
Stephen Fry is famous for many things, not least as a tech enthusiast. Of course, not every Tweet he writes is about tech…

@PCAdvisor and @TechAdvisorUK

Of course, this list wouldn't be complete without mentioning our very own Twitter feeds, where we bring you breaking news, our latest reviews, tutorials, opinions and some general chit chat about what's going on in the tech world.

If you'd like to follow our individual authors, you can find them at the links below:

Matt Egan, Editor-In-Chief
Jim Martin, Editor
Chris Martin, Consumer Tech Editor
Marie Brewis, Group Managing Editor
Simon Jary, Publishing Director
Ashleigh Allsopp, Senior Staff Writer
Andrew Harrison, Technical Editor