Celebrating 10 years of TechRadar
On the 9th January 2008 a small team of tech experts launched what would become one of the world’s leading technology websites with over 30 million unique users per month.
It’s not stopping there though, continuing to expand into new areas core to its central remit of helping readers buy and enjoy the right technology. TechRadar is encompassing the growing interest in wearables, smart home and covering the increasing crossover in home entertainment and gaming through insightful features and reviews, while maintaining authority in other key areas.
From the latest smartphone releases, to the top laptops and best digital cameras, TechRadar has you covered. Diligently sharing their knowledge and expertise with their loyal readership through expert buying guides, first-look reviews and how-to guides, TechRadar mixes reliable, unbiased advice with entertaining content.
“It’s hard to overstate how much the technology industry – and TechRadar with it – has changed in the last decade,” said Gareth Beavis, interim Global Editor in Chief of TechRadar and one of the founding members of TechRadar.
“When we first began the iPhone was still a novelty being outsold by the iPod, and people were curious about rumours of a forthcoming PlayStation 4. Now the smartphone is a part of everyday life, 3D TV has been and gone, VR experiences are the new buzzword, the smartphone wars are still raging on and we’re now at the forefront of AI being the new feature to revolutionise our tech.”
“It has been a privilege to see TechRadar grow into the global success story it is today and be part of that 10-year journey,” said Marc Chacksfield, interim Global Editor in Chief and founding member.
“The technology landscape may have changed significantly in that time but TechRadar’s core remit has not – we still continue to be an essential source for tech buying advice. Here’s to the next 10 years!”
What was once a team of six has expanded to become a specialist team of dozens of writers, production staff, editors and engineers, spanning the globe with bases in the US, UK, Australia, India and the UAE. TechRadar is now a global powerhouse of knowledge. It continues to be the go-to destination for consumers’ tech-related queries and for honest and trustworthy reviews.