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Top 20 Wireless Industry Blogs

After a month of nominating and voting, Fierce readers picked 20 blogs that certainly represent the creme de la creme in industry coverage. FierceWireless links to most of these blogs on a regular basis and so they deserve the recognition of being a Fierce Favorite. After thousands of votes and a list of nearly 80 blogs, these are the 20 that our readers picked as the best listed in alphabetical order:

ABI Research Wireless Blog

This blog contains analyst perspectives on key wireless industry topics including mobile devices, network infrastructure, mobile operators, mobile content, and short range wireless connectivity.

http://www.abiresearch.com/Blog/Wireless_Blog

Ars Technica

Ars Technica is all about news, opinion and technology reviews of PC hardware and other technologies.

http://www.arstechnica.com

Biskero.org

Biskero is a blog covering Flash Lite and other mobile technologies. The blog also covers the writer's Content on Demand software.

http://www.biskero.org/

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Chetan Sharma

Chetan is a recognized industry expert in strategy and implementation of wireless data and pervasive computing solutions. His blog covers the wireless industry and gives voice to his insight and analysis into it.

http://www.chetansharma.com/blog/

Darla Mack

What started off as a blog showcasing her passion for her mobile phone has morphed into an wireless industry blog to be reckoned with. Darla Mack's Days in the Life of a Mobile Diva covers all things mobile and in particular Nokia products. She gained her fame on the Howard Forums-moderating Nokia and T-Mobile forums.

http://darlamack.blogs.com/darlamack/

Engadget mobile

Endgadget Mobile is the spin-off of venerable tech blog Endgadet. The blog covers mobile news focusing on both industry insiders and consumers. Check it out for the latest industry news and technology reviews.

http://www.engadgetmobile.com/

GigaOM

GigaOM.com is an online news and weblog, founded by Om Malik, delivering technology news, analysis and opinions on topics ranging from broadband to online games, Web 2.0 and the wireless industry.

http://www.gigaom.com

Gizmodo

Gizmodo is a technology weblog dedicated to everything related to gadgets, gizmos, and cutting-edge consumer electronics. They publish the latest news, reviews and recommendations for products including laptops, cell phones, PDAs, digital cameras, home entertainment and more. 

http://www.gizmodo.com

John Cook's Venture Blog

John Cook writes about startups, entrepreneurs and venture capital for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, a beat he has covered in the Seattle area for nearly a decade. In 2000, he launched the P-I's Venture Capital Notebook - an online resource for those in the startup and venture capital communities.

http://blog.seattlepi.nwsource.com/venture/

MobHappy

Mobhappy is a collaborative effort of Russell Buckley and Carlo Longino providing unique perspectives and analysis of the mobile telecoms industry from their background in mobile marketing.

http://www.mobhappy.com/

MocoNews

Biz-tech journalist and entrepreneur, Rafat Ali, created MocoNews as a successful spin-off from paidContent.org. This blog focuses specifically on the mobile content market.

http://www.moconews.net

Mobile Open Source

Mobile Open Source's tag-line is Thinking Out Loud. Fabrizio Capobianco, CEO of Funambol, a mobile open source software company uses it daily to ponder the happenings of the wireless industry from an open source perspective.

http://www.funambol.com/blog/capo/

The Mobile Technology Weblog

The Mobile Technology Weblog follows important trends and events in consumer mobile technology markets worldwide and is part of the Creative Weblogging group.

http://www.mobile-weblog.com/

Mopocket

Created by Justin Oberman after he got tired of emailing his friends the latest in wireless trends, MOpocket.com is a blog all about the latest news and happenings regarding mobile technology. It is also about the relationship and changes between the world and mobile tech.

http://www.mopocket.com


m-trends

Rudy De Waele, a wireless, new media and IT strategist based in Barcelona, started this blog to cover the evolution of the wireless industry back in 2004.  m-trends.org focuses on ideas, opinion, and lifestyle trends in the mobile and wireless sector.

http://www.m-trends.org/

Open Gardens

Ajit Jaokar, author of the book Mobile Web 2.0, created this blog as a counter-point commentary to the 'walled garden' approach to mobile apps. The blog offers independent commentary and analysis regarding wireless/mobile applications, open networks and mobile web 2.0.

http://opengardensblog.futuretext.com/

O'Reilly Emerging Telephony

O'Reilly's blog covering innovation in the wireless industry, often spotlighting cutting edge hardware and software pushing telephony into the future.

http://www.oreillynet.com/etel/blog/

PhoneScoop

Phone Scoop covers mobile phone news, information and reviews for mobile phone shoppers, users, enthusiasts, and professionals. One of the major features of the site is an extensive mobile phone database.

http://www.phonescoop.com/

Techdirt Wireless

Techdirt Wireless is a blog that provides information and analysis of the wireless industry.

http://news.techdirt.com/news/wireless/

Textually

Textually is a blog covering text messages, sms, mms and general cell phone usage written by Emily Turretti. Emily has two other blogs: picturephoning.com, covering the evolution of the camera phone, and ringtonia.org, covering ringtones.

http://www.textually.org