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Quality Information Technology News

Say, I am a computer user and wish to be updated on the overall & general trends in the consumer computer arena.

This would include new types of technologies that have been launched (such as microprocessors, RAM, HDD & interface technologies etc.)

I am more interested in the application of the devices than the smaller details or finer specifications. I am looking for a publication, email feed, twitter/facebook feeds or podcasts which will keep me abreast in the general sense of current technology.

I am not looking to be overloaded with information, I know there is a fortune of info out there - which is why i turned to you experts to guide me on more quality "feed" information that is present out there.

Thank you in anticipation.
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shaunwingin
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shaunwingin
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_Commented:
Take a look at Wired Magazine. While they do sometimes go "off topic", it comes at most things from a "tech" point of view.

http://www.wired.com/
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shaunwinginAuthor Commented:
Any other suggestions?
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_Commented:
Well, a little more toward the computer consumer base, there's PC World and PC Magazine .

http://www.pcworld.com/

http://www.pcmag.com/

Let me go ping a couple of my buddies, and see if I can get them in here.
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dbruntonCommented:
Techmeme http://www.techmeme.com/ 

Aggregates techy type news from a good number of sites.  Supplies links to those sites that cover the articles it picks so you can choose which one to go to if you want to delve deeper.
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Prester JohnCommented:
The difinitive source:

arstechnica.com
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speed_54Commented:
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jayneeIT ManagerCommented:
Try delving amongst these: http://blogs.computerworld.com/
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shaunwinginAuthor Commented:
Thank you for this information - i shall research this soonest & will let you know on the depth of information they have.
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_Commented:
Thank you much.    : )
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