Chip Chick

Established in 2004, Chip Chick was a pioneer in the blogosphere, becoming amongst the first sites to focus on technology for women. The goal of Chip Chick has always been for women to have a site that helps them keep up with the latest technology trends and how to make these trends more fashionable and customizable. Our reporters run the gamut of different types of stories: we cover events, report on interesting Web 2.0 technologies, write products reviews, and we love sharing the latest cool software and hardware. Over the years, Chip Chick has been featured in People Style & Watch Magazine, The Boston Channel, CNN, Reuters, CNET, Woman’s Day magazine, and News|Talk 710 KIRO, just to name a few, as well as in several print publications world wide. Chip Chick is also recognized as one of the top 25 most influential female voices on the web, in addition to being one of Technorati’s top 100 Gadget and Technology blogs, a top site in the tech media universe, as well as one of Wikio’s Top 100 Technology blogs. In 2006, Chip Chick branched out by developing Chip Chicklets, a blog geared towards technology for kids. Source

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Scope International, Consumer
Language English
Country United States of America
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