Does anyone one know of some good techie news sites or cool things happening in the techie world. Have to do research for a client and this one topic is my weak point. Thanks!
I discovered this one fairly recently.
The Oracle-Google flap has started in the courts. The outcome could affect millions of Java developers.
I suggest that you need also to read some latest news about Drupal CMS. Here you can find some useful information. Try to read some of my hubs and learn what is Drupal all about. thanks.
Hi jenubouka, take a look at engadget and you may find almost everything you want
I would agree with the others Wired, Engadget and Mashable are very good sources. One other to look at would be TechCrunch.
There is a news feed app on android and I'm sure on iphone, it's called pulse. It has a ton of different news feeds including the previously mentioned. I believe the app to be a good way to keep up on the go and if you run out of time to read while out you can favorite the article that caught your eye and read it later at home on the desk/laptop. I get plenty of use out of it .
Some of my favorite sites are TechMeme, CNET, and Wired.com... and I also LOVE the fascinating talks on TED.com!
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