Tech Guide is an ideal source of consumer driven media, information and reviews about tech products. headquartered in San Francisco, California, Tech Guide offers unique consumer technology news, guides and reviews on a variety of consumer technologies to help tech companies grow in the face of industry skepticism and independent sourcing. At a glance, the site features consumer-written reviews of popular electronics, gadgets and home theater systems as well as an ” Ahead of the Curve” report detailing the latest trends and consumer reaction to current technology products. With a membership of more than 11 million people, including consumers, techies and hobbiest gadget nuts, Tech Guide continues to set the industry standard in consumer driven online media.
The site also features industry experts such as industry analyst Peter Brown, CPA, and Certified Technology Specialist Jessica Slater who offer personal consumer reports and analysis on the latest trends and consumer reactions to the latest technology products. For those in the contracting field, the Contractors Checklist and The Registry of Contractors online resources allow professionals to search for state codes and criteria for contractors. Additionally, the site includes a “tech check” tool for IT contractors to identify vendors with which they have had past complaints. According to the Contractors Checklist, a recent survey showed that almost half of the survey’s participants indicated that their companies depend heavily on outsource software solutions to satisfy technological needs.
When it comes to topics most likely to influence the 21st Century, what can you expect to find in this consumer technology magazine? In the first issue, we’ll examine the impact that climate change will have on the design and manufacture of computer hardware and consumer electronics. Next, we’ll discuss the effects of driver updates, both big and small, on the marketability of both new and existing technologies. Lastly, we’ll take a look at the emerging driverless car technology that is both on the verge of breakthrough and is expected to have a major effect on the industry within the next five to ten years. If you have any suggestions for topics for future issues, let us know – we’d love to hear what you think!