Macworld delivers essential tips and buying advice to passionate Apple users. A focus on practical information: deep-dive hardware and software reviews; clear, concise tips and tutorials; and analysis.
Host Manoush Zomorodi explores online issues that affect us all. Whether it’s privacy breaches, closed platforms, hacking, fake news, or cyber bullying, we the people have the power to change the course of the Internet, keeping it ethical, safe, weird, and wonderful for everyone.
Hosted by Molly Wood, “Marketplace Tech” demystifies the digital economy. The daily radio show and podcast uncovers how tech influences our lives in unexpected ways and provides context for listeners who care about the impact of tech, business and the digital world.
TechCrunch, founded on June 11, 2005, is a blog dedicated to profiling and reviewing new Internet products and companies. In addition to covering new companies, TechCrunch profiles existing companies that are making an impact (commercial and/or cultural) on the new web space.
The latest tech news about the world's best (and sometimes worst) hardware, apps, and much more. From top companies like Google and Apple to tiny startups vying for your attention, Verge Tech has the latest in what matters in technology daily.
Gizmodo is a news and opinion website about gadgets, technology, science, environmental news, entertainment, and culture. Content ranging from reviews of the latest phones, TVs, laptops, shows, and movies to the latest news about privacy, tech and environmental policy, and labor.
ZDNet brings together the reach of global and the depth of local, delivering 24/7 news coverage and analysis on the trends, technologies, and opportunities that matter to IT professionals and decision makers.
Founded at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1899, MIT Technology Review is a world-renowned, independent media company whose insight, analysis, reviews, interviews and live events explain the newest technologies and their commercial, social and political impacts.
Established in 1994 and published quarterly, XRDS, formerly Crossroads, is the official ACM magazine for student members. Each issue features a theme, such as “Wearable Computing” or “Health Informatics,” and XRDS brings exciting research trends, interviews, columns, and even career advice articles related to that theme and relevant to computer science students.
Provides timely information on all aspects of communications: monthly feature articles describe technology, systems, services, market trends, development methods, regulatory and policy issues, and significant global events.