The holidays are getting even closer, and there are a lot of events happening in the world right now. Journalists are busy writing their little hearts away to keep you the most updated you could ever be. However, with all this buzz happening, it’s important to you follow the right journalist.

You know the drill- it’s hard to find the best journalists to follow. Well, that is what we are here for. We have rounded up the five tech journalists that are on our radar for this month. Here are our recommendations:

1. John Paczkowskui, Buzzfeed News



What he tweets about:
Technology Startups, Business, and Politics.

Why we follow:
John has a keen eye for technology and keeps thousands in the loop through his twitter account that is sprinkled with hints of humor. John is undoubtedly a seasoned journalist, working at several publications in the San Fransisco area until he landed his current position: Tech & Business Editor for Buzzfeed News. He oversees the daily operations of this award-winning desk, which was honored with a Livingston and 2 Mirror awards in 2019. His latest articles in BuzzFeed all surround Apple products. Definitely check him out if you like Apple’s tech gadgets.

2. Louise Matsakis, WIRED



What she tweets about:
Tech Giants: Amazon, Google, FB, TikTok - you name it!

Why we follow:
Journalists tend to move a lot, but not Louise. Louise has found her home as a Staff Writer for WIRED. She writes about Amazon and other tech stuff. Louise is constantly updating her followers about compelling stories about her favorite tech conglomerates. However, the real reason you should follow her is that her header is hilarious. It reads, “I was sitting in a cafe with my IPad, and it got a girl interested in me. Now that’s what I call a magical device! - Steve Jobs.” You get a good laugh, just from going on to her page.

3. Ari Levy, CNBC



What he tweets about:
Tech Startups, Tech Products, and Sports

Why we follow:
Ari Levy has a pretty impressive background, holding several positions at Bloomberg for 11 years, then moving on to Senior Tech Editor at CNBC news. He’s a pretty important guy with a fun twitter feed. Ari covers a wide range of tech topics and always posts the latest updates. Although it’s not all work and no play. If you check out his profile, you will see meme and sports content that will put a smile on your face. It does for us! Ari Levy’s latest articles discuss Uber, Pinterest, and WeWork - all things we love to be kept “in the know” about.

4. Nico Grant, Bloomberg


What he tweets about:
Enterprise Tech

Why we follow:
There are no surprises when it comes to Nico Grant’s twitter feed. He loves to tweet to his followers exactly what he loves to write about as an Entreprise Tech Reporter at Bloomberg News - tech companies such as Oracle, Salesforce, Adobe, HP, HPE, and Dell. Previously, he covered investing, oil markets, and bankruptcies. So, you may see a bit of that sprinkled in there as well. He is definitely worth a follow!

5. Nicole Perlroth, The New York Times



What she tweets about:
Tech News & Current Events

Why we follow:
Nicole Perlroth covers cybersecurity for The New York Times. She is the recipient of several journalism awards, including the best technology reporting by the Society of Business Editors and Writers. Her 2014 Times profile of security blogger Brian Krebs was optioned by Sony Pictures, and a 2016 story of Chinese hackers in a welding shop server was optioned for a television series by The Weinstein Company. She is currently at work on a cybersecurity book, "This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends.” But above all, Nicole is a mother. Her tweets consist of a mixture of current events, the latest tech news, and adorable photos/videos of her child. Stay in the loop with Nicole and give her a follow!

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