10 Tech YouTube Channels Everyone Should Follow

Mabruqq's Editor LIFESTYLE Oct 20, 2020
10 Tech YouTube Channels Everyone Should Follow

In today's day and age, YouTube sells like hot cakes. If you’re updated with what is happening on YouTube, you’re updated with everything! YouTube has something for everyone, from answering your queries, to gadget reviews to tutorials and DIYs, YouTube is now the hub of technical education. With many poplular technical channels hosting videos related to gadgets, basic techy stuff, hacks, uses, and upcoming technology advacement, the knowledge base has expanded and kids and adults now have the opportunity to learn even more interesting things outside of a classroom.

Here, we have mentioned 10 YouTube channels that make technology simple for the masses. It gives you all the more reasons to subscribe to at least one of them. Let us have a quick review about them to make it easy for you to choose from.

1. Linus

Linus operates four different YouTube channels, Linus Tech Tips, Techquickie, TechLinked, and Channel Super Fun. Between all four sites, Linus had around 13 million followers and is still active on all of them except for Channel Super Fun. On Linus Tech Tips, most of the videos concentrate on technology for computing, games, and tech. As Linus drills deep into various dynamic systems and items that the general populace might not be acquainted with, this unboxing channel is not for tech newbies. He throws in some simple product reviews, so Linus has you covered if you are a gamer and are hunting for reviews on all the best gaming PCs. Even now actively uploading news, Linus now resides with his wife Yvonne and three children in British Columbia.


2. Unbox Therapy

Unbox Therapy is a Canada-based YouTube channel that was founded by Lewis George Hilsenteger. Lewis is a video maker, presenter, and internet celebrity who shares updates on the newest smartphones, devices, and obscure technologies for technical analysis. In December 2010, he launched the channel and has since uploaded 1669 videos that have won him over 3 billion views and counting.

Along with sponsors that include McDonald's, Intel, Apple, IBM, Anki, GlassUSA, WB Games and many more, Lewis now has over 15.2 million viewers. With an estimated net worth of $10 million, he is among the most successful technological influencers on YouTube. He is best known for the footage of the iPhone 6 Plus Bent Test that has been viewed 72 million times. Unbox Counseling can be trusted when you want to nerd out on the latest technologies or are looking for a knowledgeable and fair analysis before dropping a couple hundred bucks.


3. Technical Guruji

Hosted by Gaurav Chaudhary, this Indian channel is one of the most followed and loved tech channels in the country, and worldwide. The mass appeal of this channel comes from the easy to understand, funny daily soap opera style of suspense and drama filled reviews of electronics, mostly phones, tablets, i-watches, etc. He even covers cryptocurrencies. For the layman, he breaks down technology and is also seen debunking theories and rumours going around about different technical stuff. The production value is average, and it is possible that because of that, he is not very renowned. He is renowned for his ability to communicate with the masses, which he does by providing real life examples and analogies.


4. Manual do Mundo

Manual do Mundo is a Brazilian-based YouTube channel and was founded back in July 2006. It is run by a journalist called Ibere Thenorio, and his partner, Mariana Fulfaro, is an occasional psychologist. Videos of challenges, recipes, curiosities, science experiments, magic, pranks, and small films are shared together. As of September 2019, with 1504 uploads having a cumulative view count totaling 2.17 billion and counting, the channel has more than 12.6 million viewers.


5. JerryRigEverything

JerryRigEverything, operated by Zack Nelson, is mostly a channel for unboxing and repairing technology and games, as Zack is a computer genius who wants to share his expertise with the rest of his followers. You would enjoy his durability test segment on his platform if you want to see devices being smashed and cut in two. On nearly all of the newest smartphones, he carries out reliability checks, scratches them, drops them, and even burns them!

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6. CrazyRussianHacker

Founded in May 2012, CrazyRussianHacker is an American YouTube channel. The website is owned by Taras Kulakov, a Russian YouTuber based in North Carolina, USA, who publishes life-hack videos, science experiments and experimentation. The most famous video on his page is "How to Open a Can without a Can Opener-Zombie Survival Tips # 20" This video was uploaded in May 2013, and it has been viewed over 49.1 million times since then.


7. Marques Brownlee

Marques Brownlee, or as he is generally referred to as "MKBHD" KB (Brownlee's initials) and HD (for high-definition), kicks off our list of amazing tech YouTubers. One of the biggest names on YouTube, notably in the tech industry, Marques was called by the like of Vic Gundotra, former Senior Vice President, Social for Google, to be "the best technology reviewer on the planet right now.” Reviews and videos by Marques are often used as a reliable source in publications such as Times Magazine, Forbes, and many others. With such a broad YouTube presence, in some of his posts, you will see celebrities such as Elon Musk and Kobe Bryant. Not only does he study electronics, but you'll surely find something fascinating on his channel if you're interested in the latest automotive tech or apparel tech.


8. Mark Rober

Mark Rober, who founded his self-titled channel in October 2011, is an architect, former inventor, and YouTube personality. He spent several years at NASA working on the Curiosity rover, which left for Mars, before becoming a YouTuber. He shares content linked to mainstream science, do-it-yourself-gadgets, and innovative ideas on his channel. In the recent past, many of the videos have gone viral, including the box thief trap, which has been seen over 71 million times.


9. Wylsacom

Wylsacom, founded in January 2011, is a Russian YouTube site. It's owned by Valentin Petukhov, who is known for sharing new devices, technologies, and software related videos. The first YouTube video by Wylsacom was titled Flash without JailBreak on iOS, in which he reviewed Puffin Web, which is a browser. Since then, he has diversified his material and now publishes automotive reviews and test drive videos as well.


10. GeekyRanjit

Ranjit Kumar, host of the GeekyRanjit YouTube channel, claims to have worked with computers for over 25 years. Kumar also operates a gadget review website called Tech2Buzz.com, located in Hyderabad, India, and he left his job as an IT consultant to launch his YouTube channel. He talks about the Android tips and tricks in this channel, Mobile Review, Latest Mobile Unboxing, Gadgets Review, Electronic Devices Review. Though Ranjit launched his channel in 2011, Technical Guruji, which only began in October 2015, has managed to gain more traction. The value of production is simple; no technical stuff.

Check these awesome You Tubers out to know more about the tech world, ranging from phones to watches to your TV sets; the content is expansive, you can find reviews, or unboxing, or break tests—and don’t we all want these before our big purchases?