Gizmag is an online magazine which covers emerging technologies.[2]


Mike Hanlon launched Gizmag in 2002 as a print magazine with a companion website.[3] By 2004, Gizmag had ceased printing the magazine.

In 2007, Gizmag began publishing video reviews which include Loz Blain's series of motorcycle road test videos.[4]

By the end of 2011, Gizmag was being visited by over 2.5 million unique visitors per month.[5]


Gizmag is a top 100 blog on Technorati.[6]

Gizmag is one of the 2,500 most read sites in the US according to Quantcast.[7]

In 2009, Gizmag editor Noel McKeegan was selected to sit on a panel of around 100 academics, professional designers and journalists to choose the winner of the prestigious International BraunPrize.[8]

In May 2012, SAY Media listed Gizmag as one of the top sites in the tech media universe.[9]


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