Technologizer bills itself as a "smarter take on tech." But there's nothing overly stuffy or academic about this site.
Rather, Technologizer blends thoughtful reviews and insights on developments and trends in the field, while at the same time keeping a sense of humor and sense of nostalgia as this industry matures. Don't be surprised to read a thoughtful and honest review with a nod to old-school Nintendo right below it.
Technologizer is relatively new, but its founder and editor, Harry McCracken, has been writing about technology since as far back as 1991.
McCracken, a longtime editor for PC World, launched Technologizer in the spring of 2008 and since then has steadily built his readership and reach of influence. In September of 2010, Time Magazine took notice and entered into a content partnership with the blog.
Technologizer offers McCracken an opportunity to do what he loves best: "playing with toys, talking to interesting people about interesting products and services, writing, and chatting with the people who read my stuff."
Technologizer, under McCracken, adheres to a strict code of journalistic ethics, refusing any form of payment or other consideration from any company they may eventually cover, ensuring their readers only get truthful and unfiltered reviews and commentary.