A few things are missing to me in the list. It is important to grasp if there are any issues with adware or malware from visiting these sites. For example, I’ve heard claims but can’t substantiate them that safety is lacking on the CNET site and there are or were some issues with some malware. It would be positive to understand if there’s any truth to claims or if there is 0,33 party to substantiate that the site is secure. Also, it is vital to understand if a site advantages from their comments or sales of the items.
If they do, do they take steps to be sure that their research and reviews aren’t biased?I have found sites just like the wirecutter to be a good source on a number of things. I would want to hear more about sites that aren’t big names like Wired yet. The best tech review site to me give precise reviews using systematic checking out and also provide an explanation for one of the terms and generation they are checking out a product against. For instance, what really is a 4G LTE network and does it actually matter so long as there is insurance in a place?Learn2Create is one such website to look forward to. They create inspirational experiments and write articles on it. They are introducing a new concept of contribution/giving back.
Any self discovered writer knows how hard it is to overcome the initial hurdles faced due to lack guidence. And how easy it was to get on to greater projects easily from there on. So, Learn2Create decided to go ahead and create a platform where creators can submit their introduction; if the introduction has not be submitted before and/or if an new/better implementation is made then it’s going to featured by learn2create on both, their site and their fb handle.