Tech Info

Keeping up with the latest technology is a lot easier when you know where to look. If searching Google and the library’s EBSCO research databases doesn’t reveal what you need to know, try a few of the following websites:

Technology Review
Offers technology information from MIT.

Full-text articles from Technology Review are available in the library’s EBSCO MasterFile Premier database.

TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design.

Watch TEDTalks to get inspired by people and technology.
A couple personal favorites– Aimee Mullins and Her 12 Pairs of Legs and Jill Bolte Taylor’s Stroke of Insight.

PCWorld and MacWorld
Both offer consumers news, reviews, comparisons, and how to’s.

Both websites include Business Centers, which cover the business world applications of technology.

PCWorld and MacWorld magazines are available for checkout from the Hickey College Library. Full-text articles are also available in the library’s EBSCO MasterFile Premier database.

Provides information for senior technology decisions makers.

Current topics include apps, cloud computing, data centers, mobile technology, security, and virtualization.

Covers emerging enterprise technologies.

Topics include apps, cloud computing, data centers, operating systems, outsourcing, security, virtualization, and web 2.0.

PCWorld, Macworld, InfoWorld, and CIO are all part of the IDG Network.

Wired is a daily technology website. Wired magazine is a separate division of Condé Nast. So, the content on is different from the content in Wired magazine.

Wired magazine is available for checkout from the Hickey College Library.

Provides technology info for the consumer.

Topics include desktops, laptops, tablets, phones, software, and hardware.

Maximum PC
Includes tech news, reviews, and how to’s.

tech news
product reviews
price comparisons

tech companies
mobile technology
tech dictionary
white papers

ZDNet is a cnet “professional brand.”

“TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news.”

Still can’t find the tech info you need? Ask a librarian!


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