BGR is a leading online destination for news and commentary focused on the mobile and general consumer electronics markets. It is America’s number one source of exclusive and breaking mobile news, and a technology category leader among early adopters, savvy technophiles and casual readers alike.
BGR started as a column written by Internet personality Jonathan Geller on the popular consumer electronics blog Engadget. Geller, known only as “Boy Genius” at the time, quickly rose to Internet stardom as he became one of the biggest draws on Engadget. At age 19, Geller spun off his column into a website devoted to bringing exclusive mobile and gadget news to the masses — and Boy Genius Report was born.
Launched in October 2006, Boy Genius Report quickly became a leading destination for breaking consumer electronics news as well as exclusive early looks at unannounced products. Today, the site has evolved into one of the most respected sources of technology news, in-depth analyses and product reviews on the Web. Geller regularly provides expert analysis for acclaimed news programs such as the Fox 5 Evening News and CNBC’s Street Signs, and BGR has been quoted by countless globally recognized media outlets including The New York Times, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, MSNBC, TIME Magazine, CNBC, Bloomberg, Barron’s, Los Angeles Times and many others.
BGR is as closely watched by analysts, pundits and industry executives as it is by gadget enthusiasts — and for good reason. Whether you’re on the hunt for early looks at unannounced smartphones, breaking technology news or in-depth analyses from writers with fortitude matched only by their passion and expertise, BGR is a one-stop shop for all of your technology news needs.
BGR.in is the Indian avatar of BGR, which will bring the same reporting style and flavor for the Indian audience.