It’s important for us at Geek For Hire to keep up new technology, different trends, and any up and coming changes in technology. That’s why Chris is constantly reading and learning about what’s going on in the tech world. Some of his favorites include:
Ars Technica – http://arstechnica.com/ – Founded in 1998, it caters to the “alpha-geeks”. Their vision was to be “technically savvy, up-to-date, and more fun” than what was currently popular in the space. ” One of their current articles is about Google’s new OnHub router.
Fast Company – http://www.fastcompany.com/ – Launched in 1995, Fast Company has “a unique editorial focus on innovation in technology, ethonomics (ethical economics), leadership, and design.” FastCo has the technology news that the other sites have, but that’s not their only focus. Here’s an article about comic books turned into movies.
Morning Ticker – http://www.morningticker.com/ – is relatively new Founded in 2014, MorningTicker covers the latest news, offering breaking news and analysis of the biggest trends and happenings around the world. Chris has been following the Jeep hacking issue and was interested to see that Uber seems to be taking advantage of this flaw.
Slate – http://www.slate.com/articles/technology.html?wpisrc=burger_bar – is a daily news magazine founded in 1996. With so many people still insisting that Mac’s and Apple iPhones are impervious to malware, Chris found this article very interesting.
Wired – http://www.wired.com/ – We’ve been receiving Wired Magazine since the very beginning – 1993. They made the jump to the internet early on and is one of Chris’ go-to sites for news. More Uber news – this time involving the NYC taxi system.
Where do you get your technology news? Please share in the comments below!
Chris Eddy of Geek For Hire, Inc. has been providing computer service to families and small businesses with Mac’s and PC’s for the past fourteen years. His company is highly rated by both the BBB (Better Business Bureau) and by Angie’s List. You can find more at www.GeekForHireInc.com. Geek For Hire, Inc. provides onsite service to the Denver / Boulder / Front Range area. They can provide remote service throughout North America.