How-To Geek on Google News

Today, we’re proud to announce that How-To Geek is now an approved content source on Google News. In addition to browsing all our latest content, you can also keep up with our coverage in categories like Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, Android, and more.

Adding us to your list is really easy. You can either head directly to our page on Google News or search for us in the Google News app.

To search for us in the app, hit the little magnifying glass, type “How-To Geek,” and then click or tap the result. On our page, click or tap that little star icon to follow us. That’s all there is to it.

Searching for How-To Geek in the Google News app Following How-To Geek in the Google News app

This way, you can get all of our excellent content in one, easy-to-read place. All of our stories will show up in your Latest Posts feed, but you can hit up the other category tabs to quickly see our news coverage or articles about the operating systems, devices, or other areas of interest you enjoy.

Of course, this is just the newest way you can follow what we’re doing. Go ahead and add us to Feedly, check us out on Facebook, or give us a follow on Twitter.

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Our sister sites are also on Google News! You can follow them the same way you followed How-To Geek. Here’s where to find them:

  • Review Geek: Make gadgets fun again! Follow us for gadget news, reviews, product roundups, and more.
  • LifeSavvy: Skills for a better life. Follow us for lifestyle news, product roundups, shopping advice, food tips, recipes, and more.
  • CloudSavvy IT: Cloud computing for IT Pros. Follow us for news, technical, and business advice in the cloud technology space.

Walter Glenn Walter Glenn
Walter Glenn is a former Editorial Director for How-To Geek and its sister sites. He has more than 30 years of experience in the computer industry and over 20 years as a technical writer and editor. He's written hundreds of articles for How-To Geek and edited thousands. He's authored or co-authored over 30 computer-related books in more than a dozen languages for publishers like Microsoft Press, O'Reilly, and Osborne/McGraw-Hill. He's also written hundreds of white papers, articles, user manuals, and courseware over the years.
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