Every so often, I get asked about where to find useful tech-related information on the internet. Here are a few of my favorite technology sites on the web:
ZDNet (www.zdnet.com): A great site for technology and IT news, with many daily updates
cnet (www.cnet.com): ZDNet’s consumer-oriented cousin is cnet, which includes technology reviews (computers, cameras, cars, etc.) and technology news that tends to be a little lighter than ZDNet
The Whiteboard Blog (http://www.whiteboardblog.co.uk): This UK-based site offers tons of resources for teachers who want to integrate technology more effectively in the classroom. Find activity ideas, software/device reviews, tutorials, content-area resources, etc. at this site
Gizmodo (www.gizmodo.com): Similar to cnet, this site features more in-depth reviews and includes news and information about somewhat more obscure developments in the tech world
Lifehacker (http://lifehacker.com): This is a great site that includes information about applications and tips/tricks that can frequently be useful additions to your computing environment
Spoofee (www.spoofee.com): While not specifically a technology site, Spoofee includes links to 15-20 deals (online or otherwise) each day, in addition to linking to many coupons. Some of the deals that can be found on this site are outstanding.
Android Apps (http://android-apps.com): Anybody who has an Android phone or tablet should check out this site, which includes up-to-date information about offerings for Android devices
Apple Store for Education (http://store.apple.com/us/browse/home/education_routing): In the market for a computer or software? The Apple Store for Education provides excellent discounts for faculty/staff/students.