There are any number of good camera blogs. Many of them tend to dive into the hardware - some in great depth. Not that anything is wrong with cameras, but with time I've become more interested in those that are written by people who are more passionate about photography than cameras. I'm more interested in advances in the user experience that might begin to approach an old used 50s era Leica rangefinder I used for awhile.
One of the cameras that interests me is the Sony RX1. It is pocketable (well - mostly) and is also has a "full frame" sensor (one that is approximately the size of a 35mm film negative). A remarkable technical achievement, but it also appears to take great photos and is quite user friendly. While there are a few warts, it is clearly a desirable camera to carry around ... assuming you can afford one (I can't, so price is a big wart for me - donations are welcome:-)
bmupix - one of those blogs authored by Bjorn Utpott who happens to do good photography (he's an architect) - has an interesting review.
But in the end interesting photographs can be made with nearly anything. I've seen serious pros create wonderful images with cameras that no self respecting camera nut would even touch. And these images are better than the best the camera nut has ever taken...