Twitter is often satirised as a forum where anybody can broadcast their every trivial and vacuous thought to the rest of the world, and most of the time this certainly seems to be the case.
But every once in a while you find some sources offering interesting and useful tidbits of information, and if it's IT product information you're after, you could do a lot worse than follow our next set of recommendations.
Google Mobile, news, tips and updates about Google products on your mobile phone @GoogleMobile
Official Google account that offers tips and news on new products and services for smartphone users.
Apple Insider, official Twitter feed of the AppleInsider blog @appleinsider
AppleInsider is one of the most authoritative sites on the web for news and rumours regarding Apple and its products.
SophosLabs, researchers and analysts for Sophos @SophosLabs
All manner of IT security alerts and links to security-related content from the experts at Sophos.
Mobile World Live, updates from the GSMA portal @mobileworldlive
Twitter feed of updates from Mobile World Live, official portal of the GSM Association, which represents the mobile telecoms industry and Mobile World Congress.
Twitter's Trust & Safety Team @safety
Twitter's official feed of information about spams and scams and how to keep safe using Twitter.
Android Developer Team @AndroidDev
Official news and announcements for developers from Google's Android team.
Direct2Dell, headlines from Dell's official blog @Direct2Dell
Twitter feed of the headlines from entries on Direct2Dell, Dell's official corporate blog.
IBM Watson, the official Twitter feed of IBM's Watson @IBMWatson
Updates from IBM about the company's artificial intelligence computer system that answers questions posed in natural language, and its applications.
Microsoft SMB, information for small and mid-sized businesses @MicrosoftSMB
Official Microsoft feed with helpful information for SMBs. A bit US-centric, but largely not plugging Microsoft products, which might be expected from the name.
V3, IT news, reviews and analysis @V3_co_uk
OK, this is a bit of shameless self promotion, but if you want to see what's happening in the world of IT, follow us to get a live feed of the latest headlines from the V3 team.
Coming up tomorrow, we've got the Top 10 tech writers on Twitter, and you can read all the previous entries for the Top 100 Technology Tweeters on the V3 site.
These lists aren't in a particular order, but at the end of the series we'll be revealing the top 10 of the top 10s, so please comment below or email us to let us know who your favourites are, and we can add your votes to the count.
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