Top Tech Youtube Channels You Should Watch

Lakshay Kumar
May 30, 2019   •  177 views

If you are a Tech enthusiast, you know how important it is to stay updated on all the latest happenings in the tech world. While you may not always want to read articles or watch the news to get the latest updates on Huawei’s struggles, you can always watch videos from the top tech YouTube channels for the rundown, their views, and the latest phone reviews.

So, here’s a (non-exhaustive) list of the Top Tech YouTube channels you should definitely not miss out on.

Marques Brownlee/MKBHD

MKBHD has been on the YouTube tech scene since 2009. He can easily be called as the ‘OG’ tech YouTuber of all time. With over 8.7 million subscribers, Marques Brownlee has been leading the YouTube tech community with his content too. Appearing in a few YouTube rewind videos, his popularity has only grown. He’s been in the game for a decade now, and he’s only getting more comfortable with it.

Unbox Therapy

Hosted by Lewis Hilsenteger, Unbox Therapy is one of the most entertaining tech channels on YouTube. Based out of Canada, the channel also has over 14.5 million subscribers and 1,600+ videos. Unbox Therapy videos range from phone reviews and latest tech news to unboxing weird/cool gadgets and tech that one could find on Amazon.

Dave Lee/Dave2D

Dave2D, hosted by Dave Lee is another tech YouTube channel that you should definitely watch. His videos usually cover the latest mobile phones, laptops, and other computer peripherals. Dave is known for being soft-spoken and his reviews are always unbiased, thorough, and filled with useful content.

Technical Guruji

An Indian channel on the list, Technical Guruji is hosted by Gaurav Chaudhary. Having almost 13 million subscribers, Technical Guruji covers almost everything in the tech world. The videos are in Hindi as Gaurav pushes for an Indian audience solely and almost all his videos are for Indian products.

The Verge

The Verge is a top-rated tech company with multiple YouTube channels for subjects like podcasts, and a science-explained series. They review all sorts of tech products including smartphones, laptops, gaming consoles and much more. The Verge has over 2.7 million subscribers but boasts quality content and a team of journalists who analyse technology and its impact on our lives.


Another Indian YouTube channel, Beebom is a news media company based out of New Delhi. The channel covers technology news, reviews and produces quality tech videos. With over 1.6 million subscribers, they have recently gained popularity.

Note: Data for number of subscribers taken on 30 May 2019.