I.T Industry News

Discussion in 'General Software' started by SKiTLz, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. SKiTLz

    SKiTLz 2[H]4U

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    I figured this was the most appropraite section for this.

    So it occured to me that I really don't have any regular I.T websites besides HardOCP, and well they don't really cover a lot of the industry.

    What news sources do you guys use? Looking for some of the best of the best to stay current on the industry. Also what syndication are people using these days?

    Basically I'm finding the busier I get the harder it is to keep up. Looking for a nice solution to syndicate as much of the useful news/industry updates as possible.
     
  2. bigdogchris

    bigdogchris [H]ard as it Gets

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    First, this is not a software related question, so don't be surprised if this thread gets locked.

    I frequent:

    [H]ard|OCP
    Toms Hardware
    Techpowerup
    Techarp
    Techgage
    Guru3d
    Legion Hardware
     
  3. CKTurbo128

    CKTurbo128 Gawd

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    Aside from the [H], I would highly recommend checking out the following tech sites, as they cover much of what's currently going on in the tech world:

    Slashdot
    AnandTech
    DailyTech
    Ars Technica
     
  4. SKiTLz

    SKiTLz 2[H]4U

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    Agreed. Try find a better section though, there isn't one. Sub-forums are a bit too specific on here sometimes.

    Appreciate the list.
     
  5. Database

    Database Detroit Redbirds!!!

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    techrepublic.com
     
  6. Cardinals

    Cardinals Limp Gawd

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    Don't rule out podcasts.

    TWIT.TV - The podcast network Leo Laporte has put together is nice. Tech News Today is an excellent source of the aggregated tech news for the day. The smaller podcast Tech History Today has a nice ~1min summary on what happend on that date in history. You can also get some more in depth podcasts like MacBreak Weekly, iPad Today, Windows Weekly. I highly recommend them.