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Who should I follow on Twitter? Mobile edition

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It's been a while, but we're ready with some fresh lists of who to follow when it comes to tracing all the tech goings-on within Twitter. First up is the brutally broad smartphone and tablet category, covering everything from Apple to Xiaomi. Our list (which you can also find housed in our @engadget account) encompasses some of our favorite writers and sites, alongside the official mouthpieces for a multitude of manufacturers and carriers. Notice any glaring omissions? Then let us know right away in the comments below -- and remember that you can follow individual Engadget editors here.

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