The tech industry is a-buzz right now: as one conference ends (D9 by All Things D), another begins (Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, aka WWDC), plus there’s much chatter about IPOs, startups, and a general feeling of excitement in the air. Let these feeds keep you plugged in to the tech news you want to know now.
TechCrunch – Tap to Add Section
The writers at TechCrunch publish a constant stream of Internet product reviews and breaking tech news, as well as profiles of companies that are making an impact on the new Web space. Founded by Michael Arrington in 2005, the tech news site is essential reading for anyone in the Internet industry.
Engadget – Tap to Add Section
If you’re obsessive about gadgets and consumer electronics, this award-winning site really, really understands. Co-founded by former Gizmodo technology editor/co-founder Peter Rojas, Engadget feeds readers daily device news, reviews, videos, photos, and special content.
Wired – Tap to Add Section
Wired has peered into the future since the dawn of the Internet era and chronicled trends in business, culture, innovation, and science with great gusto. AdWeek named it “Magazine of the Decade” in 2010, and it’s won many more awards for its print and online editions. Wired articles are consistently among Flipboard’s most popular.
Apple News – Tap to Add Section
With all eyes on Apple’s annual developers conference in San Francisco this week, we curated a section especially for Apple fans, to make it easy for them to get all the news coming out of WWDC in one place. Add this section to get content from TUAW, Cult of Mac, 9to5mac, Mac Rumors, and other Apple blogs in a single magazine.
Sulia’s Apple WWDC – Tap to Add Section
If you want to go even deeper into WWDC happenings, Sulia has curated a section devoted just to the conference. In addition to drawing from leading tech publications like TechCrunch and Engadget, the section incorporates choice Tweets from over 1,000 experts.
Apps – Tap to Add Section
It’s an apps world, but their sheer volume can make it tricky knowing which ones are worth your time. This new section brings together feeds from AppAdvice, AppSafari, PadGadget, App Chronicles and iTunes’ own App Store into one definitive guide.
Remember, you can always add your own sources to Flipboard. Just tap “Add a Section” and search for what’s most important to you.