Top 10 YouTube Tech Channels to Watch in 2019 If you can't get enough technology coverage, these YouTubers have you covered

Keeping up with the latest technology can be a chore. Even if you love it, thousands of companies seem to be releasing thousands of products every year. It’s enough to make your brain melt.

Thankfully, tech YouTubers have sophisticated channels to review, use, destroy, discuss, and preview everything tech, from computers and phones to appliances, tools, games, software, and more.

If you can’t get enough tech coverage, check out one of these YouTube tech channels in between each CES, E3, GDC, and other tech trade shows.

10. JerryRigEverything

Host: Zack Nelson
: 3.2 Million

It wasn’t until the age of smartphones that mobile phones became a staple in our lives. JerryRigEverything is the best cell phone channel out there, showing every way to break and fix every phone model he can get his hands on.

9. JayzTwoCents

Host: Jason Langevin
: 1.9 Million

If you like a bit more of a lighthearted take on tech, Jason Langevin has you covered. Not only is he pretty funny himself, but he often recruits great personalities like Terry Crews and Post Malone to join him.

8. Unbox Therapy

Host: Lewis Hilsenteger
: 13.7 Million

Unboxing videos are the du jour thing these days, but it wasn’t always that way. And by the time it did become a thing, UnboxTherapy, one of the pioneers, long expanded the genre to include legitimate consumer technology reviews.

7. iJustine

Host: Justine Ezarik
: 5.7 Million

Justine Ezarik, along with sisters Jenna and Breanne, bring the female perspective to tech. She’s not just a pretty blonde (although she’s that too) – iJustine is a pop cultural force in the tech world.

6. Dave Lee

Host: Dave Lee
: 1.9 Million

Dave Lee is a seasoned tech and video game reviewer that’s featured on profiles outside YouTube (like BBC). His product reviews are always fair, unbiased, and filled with useful content.

5. CrazyRussianHacker

Host: Taras Kulakov
: 11 Million

Taras Kulakov is the poster child for becoming YouTube famous. His lifehacks and tests of strange products are a staple of the internet these days. If you’re a fan of DIY or random gadget, this is the place to go.

4. The Verge

Host: The Verge Staff
: 2.3 Million

Nilay Patel’s Vox Media-owned tech outlet is a force to be reckoned with. These guys know their tech and dig in to find everything you need to know. If CNET isn’t digging deep enough into the weeds for you, The Verge can get wonky.


Host: CNET Staff
: 2 Million

CNET is known for making tech digestible for everybody, and they don’t skimp on quality or entertainment. Check out the latest and greatest tech from the biggest brands like nobody else can show.

2. LinusTechTips

Host: Linus Sebastian 
: 8.1 Million

He may be in second place, but Linus Sebastian is no slouch. He’s created some of the most popular tech channels in YouTube history and still going strong. Follow the Linus Media Group to stay on the cutting edge.

1. Marques Brownlee

Host: Marques Brownlee
: 8 Million

MKBHD (which stands for Marques K. Brownlee High Definition) is the king of tech videos, with over 1 billion views. He’s been in the game for a decade now, and he’s only getting more comfortable with it.

If you still can’t get enough tech coverage, check out one of these top consumer tech websites to learn more.


Brian Penny is a former Business Analyst and Operations Manager at Bank of America turned whistleblower, troll, and freelance writer.

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