Chris and I are always scouring the InterWebs for tech news. What new developments will affect the world of technology? Who has a new gizmo out there and what are the experts saying about it? And, most importantly, what new developments will impact our customers? We have a bunch of favorite websites for tech news that we’d like to share with you:
Because he’s the Principal Geek, Chris’ reading tends to be more technical than mine. Here are three of his faves:
- Ars Technica – I think this is his most favorite site.
- C|Net – I like C|Net too.
- Wired – I can’t prove it, but we were one of Wired’s first subscribers to their print magazine!
Gail’s favorite websites for Tech News:
I’m more like an average person with a little bit of tech knowledge. Here are four of my favorites which tend not to be as technically complicated as Chris’ reading:
- Fast Company – I like FastCo because they have some pretty engaging content.
- Huffington Post – Granted, these articles are “dumbed down” for the masses, but it does give me more of an idea of what people are worried about with their tech right now.
- Gizmodo – Lots of gadgets – it’s all about the gadgets.
- The Verge – Reviews of lots of trendy new tech toys.
Check out these websites and let us know what you think. Do you have other favorites that we haven’t listed here? Let us know in the comments below. And, as always, If you found this helpful, please forward it!
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