1. ars technica
This site is basically your guide to all things tech related. From gadgets to gaming, they’ve got a lot of great info to share including technologically political material. The coolest feature of the site, however, has to be their “Ask Ars” option. Got a tech question you want answered? Just submit it to "Ask Ars" and they'll answer it for you. Great, huh?
2. Silicon Valley Insider
This site looks a bit more at the market side of things than the other sites I listed, but with a unique focus on emerging High and Clean-Tech. One of the nice things about Silicon Valley Insider is the way they rate their articles. Depending on the intended target audience, each article is given a letter corresponding to a specific type of reader. Ex: E- every reader, B- business, T- tech. In a matter of seconds you’re given the ability to 1. Ascertain the nature of the article (if the title is ambiguous) and 2. Avoid (or prepare yourself for) copious amounts of potential technical jargon.
If you’re looking for information on a global scale, here’s your site. DigiTimes essentially looks at electronics, semiconductor, and computer industries in Taiwan and China. If you are interested in a high degree of technicality and specificity, it’s worth your time.
The name of the site basically says it all. You like Macs? We do, too. You want to know more, hear updates, etc.? Perfect! 9to5 has got your back.
5. Technology Review
Finally, we’ve got Technology Review. I saved this one for last because it is probably the most all-encompassing of the list. And hey, if you’re feeling adventurous you can read it in 6 other languages besides English. Fun, right?
Just in case that wasn’t incentive enough, it’s published by our lovely neighbors over at MIT which is just another reason to check it out!
P.S. If I'm missing any awesome sites you'd like to see added to the list, post a comment and I'll add it on! :)