Top 10 best technology channels on YouTube

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2021-03-31 22:02:53

New technology, such as gadgets, calculators, or wide-ranging innovations can be a little confusing. Luckily, there are a number of YouTube channels that help you keep up with the latest and greatest news. These resources provide news, reviews and in-depth insight into technology trends that will shape the future. Here are 10 Youtube channels that tech lovers should subscribe to.

10 Youtube channels technology lovers cannot miss

TechQuickie

Technology changes so quickly that it is difficult to keep up with everything. The majority of YouTube channels have yet to address viewers’ time constraints and still create many videos that last over 10 minutes.

Come to TechQuickie! This channel focuses on the only thing that explains some part of the technology in about 5 minutes. Topics range from Bitcoin to curved LCD TVs or Windows page files, etc. Regardless of the topic, TechQuickie offers a quick and effective explanation. Anyone who is curious about a particular technology, but has a limited time budget, should subscribe to this channel immediately.

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Unbox Therapy

The feeling of owning a new item is wonderful. But what if your bank account has zero balance, what to do now?

Let others buy and “box out” new products for you! As the name suggests, Unbox Therapy (almost) includes all the unbox videos about the amazing tech “toy” and gives viewers some first impressions of a hot product. The channel also posts some review and comparison videos from time to time, but mostly, this is a way for tech enthusiasts to experience the feeling of unboxing a new product at no cost.

Kipkay

Kipkay

Most technology channels focus on new products or innovations with the potential to change the world. But learning to use what’s available creatively is also important and fun.

That is exactly what Kipkay wants to bring to viewers. This channel focuses on projects, tips, and how to do it. You can learn how to create a tripwire laser alarm, charge a cell phone with a flashlight or build a mini fog generator. Following these few video tutorials, you can learn the basics of building your own gadgets.

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https://www.youtube.com/user/kipkay?feature=watch

PC Perspective

PC Perpective

For some, it is inevitable to have access to a technology and find out what makes it stand out. If that sounds like the case, then the YouTube PC Perspective channel is sure to get you hooked. You’ll find new technologies, including the latest game consoles, in-depth video reviews, comparisons and even ways to help you build your own gaming PC. The channel also has a weekly video podcast covering the latest PC news.

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LinusTechTips

The channel also focuses on PC hardware, but from a somewhat less compelling standpoint than PC Perspective. LinusTechTips looks at a host of new PC-related gadgets, in addition to many guides to buying and building PCs. Just like PC Perspective, this channel has a weekly video podcast.

Household Hacker

It was inevitable for viewers to compare Household Hacker with Kipkay, as both mentioned a similar topic; Use technology to build or do great things. However, Household Hacker is said to be more practical, as this channel focuses more on useful advice.

This channel also includes a feature with a name “Scientific Tuesday”, Focus on the science behind known technology, not how it is done. These videos are smart, focused, and pretty short, so they’re perfect even when you don’t have a lot of free time.

TechnoBuffalo

TechnoBuffalo

Although the name sounds a bit strange, but in fact this channel is quite simple. You can find news, reviews, and even some Let’s Play videos (gaming videos with comments). Currently the channel has over 1,000 videos and covers many different topics: phone, car, computer, game, software. TechnoBuffalo is a must-subscribe channel for those wishing to stay on top of a wide range of technology related topics.

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https://www.youtube.com/user/jon4lakers/videos

Standford University

Standford University

Consumer technology is great, but the sector has many other factors beyond making products that consumers can buy. There are many big and more important innovations like advanced nanoelectronics technology, alternative energy, and even 3D printing.

The Standford University channel includes such advances in its huge video library. This library includes lectures from professors, numerous award-winning scientific speeches, and several videos explaining complex scientific knowledge in simple language. Not everything, but most of the videos on this channel are tech related. You will not be able to find the information contained on this channel anywhere else.

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https://www.youtube.com/user/StanfordUniversity/videos?view=0&sort=dd&shelf_id=1

CNET

CNET

CNET channel is similar to an online TV channel. The amount of content and quality of information provided by CNET surpasses many true cable TV programs. The only other channel that can compete with CNET’s quality and consistency is TechnoBuffalo. Besides reviews and news, you’ll also find plenty of unpublished interviews, comparisons, and photos about upcoming gadgets. Many viewers especially liked the series Adventures In Tech, specializing in bringing out important events in recent technology history.

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

Tested

Tested

Mythbuster is a show for tech enthusiasts and the two Mythbuster hosts, Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, have become legends. But did you know they built their own YouTube channel?

The name of this channel really fits, because many videos test the technology in some way, but the depth of the products on this channel is something you won’t find anywhere else. Want a 40-minute high-speed camera video, a 12-minute video of a coffee grinder or a 50-minute video of Steam OS? You’ll find all of that and more on Tested.

Reference links:

https://www.youtube.com/user/testedcom/videos

Above are some good technology YouTube channels in English. In Vietnam, you can follow the channel of CHK.com, Subtle, Schannel or Pretend studio.

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