Leo Laporte @LeoLaporte
Leo Laporte is no stranger to the camera. The man has been associated with everything from TV shows to print columns and podcasts.
For roughly two decades, Laporte has been discussing the technology industry on TV, radio and online. He tends to stay a bit more at the consumer end rather than the enterprise end, but he's knowledgeable in almost every facet of the business.
Yes, he can be a bit goofy at times, but the man knows his stuff and is definitely worth a spot on your Twitter feed.
Mary Jo Foley @maryjofoley
Mary Jo Foley has made a name for herself covering Microsoft as well as anyone else in the business.
While covering one company might not sound like much a of beat at first, writing about a firm as large and as complex as Microsoft can make for challenging work, even for the most experienced reporters.
Foley does an excellent job of providing insight and access into Microsoft's business without giving into the temptation to get too close to the company. She is able to be critical while maintaining the access required to cover the firm on a daily basis.
Matt Davis @tracyandmatt
UK readers can often be left out when it comes to technology news. With so many outlets working out of New York or San Francisco, news specific to the UK can occasionally fall through the cracks.
The team over at Tracy And Matt do a good job of filtering out the items that matter most to Brits. Whether its European product launch dates or news on the local telecom providers, Matt Davis and company help keep track of news that matters to UK users.
Jason Calcanis @jason
For those who don't think blogging can pay off, might we present Exhibit A: Jason Calcanis.
The founder of Weblogs, Calcanis later went on to launch Mahalo. While the search engine project has yet to truly take off in the market, it remains an ambitious initiative that has some promise.
Business ventures aside, Calcanis's Twitter feed warrants attention for its insights into the latest developments in the technology world and the politics surrounding it.
Rob Enderle @enderle
Rob Enderle is perhaps the most versatile analyst around. Always plugged into the market, Enderle can sit down on any given day and discuss anything from servers to smartphones with as much insight and certainty as any specialist could hope for.
That sort of expertise does not come without a healthy amount of required reading, and this is where Enderle's tweets truly come in handy. Rob is not only a source of great insight, but a nice channel for links and tips on other interesting columns and reports.
Coming up tomorrow we've got the Top 10 Technology Trend Setters, and you can read all the previous entries for the Top 100 Tech 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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