Starting this September, Digital Trends will provide Yahoo with a continuous stream of articles from the world of tech ranging from daily industry news, in-depth interviews and cover stories to how-to and buying guides.
“We are excited to be among a group of news authorities like Reuters, the Associated Press, AFP and others,” said Ian Bell, Chairman and CEO, Digital Trends. “This is a great partnership for both parties”
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With 3 million visitors each month, DigitalTrends.com is the first stop for everyday readers, working professionals and gadget enthusiasts alike looking to make sense of how gadgets, games, home theater components and other tech-related products fit into their everyday lives. Products covered include MP3 players, PDAs, digital cameras, computers and peripherals, home audio, automotive electronics, videogames and systems, multimedia projectors, televisions, satellite services, personal video recorders, cell phones and office furniture. Digital Trends also provides news about trends in digital entertainment, home connectivity, VoIP and other telecommunications services. For more information, visit www.digitaltrends.com.
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