Editor's Corner

 

I don't like to pick favorites, but I always appreciate it when our readers do, which is exactly how we came up with our list of Fierce Favorites, the top wireless industry blogs. After a month of nominating and voting, Fierce readers picked 20 blogs that certainly represent the crème de la crème 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, Ars Technica, Biskero, Chetan Sharma, Darla Mack, Engadget Mobile, GigaOM, Gizmodo, John Cook's Venture Blog, MobHappy, Mobile Open Source, MocoNews, Mopocket, m-trends.org, Open Gardens, O'Reilly Emerging Telephony, Phone Scoop, Techdirt Wireless, Textually.org, The Mobile Technology Weblog.

Check out the Fierce Favorites at our website! You may have noticed this is just the beginning of Fierce's website build out. For one, we now have a comment feature embedded in each of our newsletters, which has already led to building a community of ideas on our website. By the end of the year look for Fierce to roll out more resources to help you stay on top of the industry's daily news, while keeping an eye on the bigger trends. -Brian

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