Noteworthy Tech Youtubers worth watching


#1

So as @TeriWanderi has suggested, I’ll start this topic and make it a Wiki for discovery of tech Youtubers people should know about for their interesting content. I will update the first entry with all your suggestions in a list, so that even if this topic is 500 replies, one will always find the list in one place somewhere. Let’s go!

Let’s begin…

Extreme Tech: This will appeal to the techiest amongst you, Plenty of in-depth analysis and hard specs (benchmarks that sort of thing)

Intermediate Techies - Techie enough but not as interested in excessive benchmarks

General Techie - General tech knowledge. These describe tech in an overall lifestyle advantage. Minimal to no spec wars/benchmarking & safe to share with non-techies


#2

Marques Brownlee - MKBHD

Micheal Fisher - MrMobile

Tech Altar


#3

For me, mkbhd, tech altar, cnet,
lately been watching Tailosive not very good but if you are an apple fanatic
Linus tech tips (especially the episodes he explains what tech terms mean eg what HDR)
JimsReviewRoom for niche tech like Bluetooth speakers, smart watches etc
ZoneOfTech


#4

MKBHD - https://www.youtube.com/user/marquesbrownlee

Tech Altar - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtZO3K2p8mqFwiKWb9k7fXA

CNET - https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV

Tailosive Tech - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa962e5dqRMO1nUldwaaRMw

Linus Tech Tips - https://www.youtube.com/user/LinusTechTips

JimsReviewRoom - https://www.youtube.com/user/JimsReviewRoom

ZoneOfTech - https://www.youtube.com/user/ZONEofTECH


#5

Okay. So i’ve seen people post plain links here that aren’t very descriptive or visually appealing to the audience whom we wish to share. So i’m going to do it differently and let the blog generate cards that solve both objectives at once while trying to be a bit organized:

Categorize Please, People!

@martingicheru Kindly adopt this format :slight_smile:


Special Mention goes out to iPhoneDo who is quite frankly an internet sensation. Informative and amusing. If you like unbox therapy, you might like this :slight_smile:

Let’s begin…

Extreme Tech: This will appeal to the techiest amongst you, Plenty of in-depth analysis and hard specs (benchmarks that sort of thing)

Intermediate Techies - Techie enough but not as interested in excessive benchmarks

General Techie - General tech knowledge. These describe tech in an overall lifestyle advantage. Minimal to no spec wars/benchmarking & safe to share with non-techies


#6

Are there any Kenyan Tech Youtubers? I really would like to know cause I think they may identify with the issues I might face.


How and When Do You Listen to Podcasts?
#7

@Lukirdem There is one called Techweez, you might have heard of them. :wink:


#8

Umesahau Austin Evans.


#9

Techflow:

The Verge:

Snazzy Labs:

Matt Gonazalez:

Dom Esposito:

Justin Tse:

Danny Windget:

TecworkZ:


#10

I didn’t forget him. I don’t watch him so didn’t put him on the list. I can’t recommend someone that I don’t watch/listen to.


#11

Oh haha sawa. He’s part of #TeamCrispy with the likes of MKBHD, Johnathan Morrison, UrAvgConsumer etc. that’s why.


#12

There’s already a forum entry for that


#13

Kenyan tech YouTubers I have watched though their video are few and far in between are
Techweez, TechMoran and Mose Kemibaro.
Most Kenyan on YouTube are doing Cooking shows, lifestyle vlogs, travel vlogs and just random collection of videos not necessarily Kenyan


#14

Speaking of which, these two YouTubers mentioned above are targeting 1M subs by end of 2017, it’d be great if you helped them get there


#15

Tell them to come here and ask for our assistance themselves.


#16

Hahahah… They sent me


#17

If you’re into android apps:


#18

The problem with current local kenyan tech youtubers is they restrict themselves on focusing too much on hardware reviews(mostly budget phones) which is an expensive venture,i think a better focus on software oriented reviews like local apps,free software update reviews(Ubuntu,Windows,Android,iOS) e.t.c…could be a bit easier as one would just need a test device for each i.e test PC for Windows/Ubuntu reviews…A nexus or a pixel for android reviews and an iphone for iOS reviews,starting small with windows/ubuntu reviews and/or android reviews with a pixel or nexus can go a long way locally…Also reviewing unique hardware like android tv boxes,bluetooth headsets,desktop speakers,modems,routers,hdmi cables,where to buy your tech in the city,shop reviews like touring shops in the city selling these devices and gadgets,gamepads,decoders,chromecast devices…in short,reviewing affordable available local tech products…or like an “whats unique on OLX”,where to get an xbox one/ps4 locally e.t.c…that kinda thing(NB: Dont ask me why i am not doing all these ideas,i simply dont have time to do it)


#19

Eye opener… But that’s the difference between a tech reviewer and a mobile reviewer. Very few people know the difference.


#20

Thanks for the list. I didn’t know the rest but I enjoy Marques Brownlee’s channel alot.