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SlashGear

SlashGear
Web address Slogan Feeding Your Gadget and Tech Obsessions
Commercial? Yes
Type of site Weblog
Registration Optional
Available language(s) English, Japanese
Owner R3 Media LLC
Created by Ewdison Then, Vincent Nguyen, Chris Davies
Launched December 2005 (2005-12)
Alexa rank positive decrease 6,256 (December 2013)[1]
Current status Active

SlashGear is a weblog devoted to consumer electronics and technology that's published by R3 Media LLC. The site was launched in December 2005 and grew quickly in popularity, reaching Technorati's Top 100 list of the most authoritative blogs (ranked #29 Overall, #7 in Technology, #6 in Gaming, and #3 in Autos as of April 2013).[2] It is updated daily and published in two languages – English and Japanese.[3]

SlashGear released its iPhone App in April 2010,[4] followed by an iPad App in June 2010.[5]

For its unique implementation of WordPress and BBpress, SlashGear is showcased on wordpress.org.[6]

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  • SlashGear
  • SlashGear Japan
  • SlashGear TV
  • SlashGear Columns & Analysis
  • SlashGear for iPad and iPhone
  • R3 Media LLC
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