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Tuesday, 28 August 2007 07:23

The Tech Report gets a make over

Written by David Stellmack

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After eight years it was time for a change


Scott Wasson and the crew at The Tech Report  have pulled back the curtain on a total face lift of the popular U.S. technology Web site.

This Web site makeover project has been in the works since an internal project known as TR 2.0 was launched over a year ago. Wasson says that the site is brand new from the ground up and contains an entire suite of back-end tools to improve the quality of the site.

Of course, the entire concept is to help present a more professional image in an effort to boost readership and also advertising revenue. The new site design also marks the launch of a new logo for Tech Report and a new tagline, “PC Hardware Explored,” as well.

We congratulate the TR staff on the re-launch of their Web site and we encourage our readers to drop over and have a look. When you compare the before and after pictures of the Web site, the results are quite impressive.

Check out the new Tech Report Web site by clicking here.



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