Top 20 UK tech blogs for February 2011

We’re into the second month of 2011 and it’s time for a preview look at the latest monthly ranking of technology blogs in the UK from European search engine and news portal Wikio. As usual each month, they’ve given me a sneak peek at the top 20 tech blogs from the full list of the top 100 tech blogs in the UK that Wikio will update during this weekend.

Here’s the top 20 list for February 2011 with positions compared to the January ranking shown in parentheses:

  1. TechCrunch Europe (=)
  2. (+6)
  3. Geeky Gadgets (-1)
  4. Speckyboy (-1)
  5. (+2)
  6. Thoughts from the Sidelines (=)
  7. Coolest Gadgets (-3)
  8. Econsultancy blog (-3)
  9. Coding Horror (+19)
  10. TechRadar (+4)
  11. – UK Gadget News (=)
  12. Gadget Venue dot com (-2)
  13. dot.Rory (-4)
  14. Design Shack Blog (-2)
  15. All About Symbian (-2)
  16. Telegraph Blogs – Technology (+5)
  17. eWEEKeurope (+6)
  18. currybetdotnet (+7)
  19. Photography Blog (-2)
  20. Blog.Spoon Graphics (-5)

The biggest upward movement this month is Coding Horror: up 19 places and into the top 20 at #9.

Check Wikio’s ranking methodology for details on how they arrive at the ranking each month. And, if you want to suggest others blogs for inclusion in Wikio’s tech list that aren’t there already, either let me know or apply on the Wikio website.

Neville Hobson

Social Strategist, Communicator, Writer, and Podcaster with a curiosity for tech and how people use it. Believer in an Internet for everyone. Early adopter (and leaver) and experimenter with social media. Occasional test pilot of shiny new objects. Avid tea drinker.

  1. Chris

    Hi Neville,

    Thanks for sharing the Top 20 Technology blogs with everyone and it’s great to see conversation on Twitter.

    I believe there have been a few queries regarding one of the blogs on the list and feel I should offer a response here for everyone.

    We believe that the blog in question does include UK editorial, but we will triple check this and will ensure that an eye is kept on the blog to ensure the content is valid for a UK audience on a regular basis. It is very important to us to maintain a UK based ranking and if there are any abnormalities, we will of course invite them to join our friends at

    Thanks to all (@Thehodge @farhan @jangles) for taking the time to provide feedback and for contributing to the ranking.


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