Blogs are an ideal way of keeping up with the latest news on a particular subject area. If you're in to software, they are also good for keeping up with the latest and forthcoming features, before they reach the developer website. You'll see a preview of features before they reach mainstream. If personal opinion interests you, then you can follow opinion-based blogs from anything such as the environment through to what we think of our local football team.
NewsFire 1.5 is a free news reader that, up until early March, was a paid-for commercial product for your Mac. Well designed, you can use it to subscribe to the latest news feeds and it will inform you when they've been updated. See a preview of the news before you go online and read the entire news piece.
Nanocrystals embedded in glass or a polymer could be the next step for nano-crystal storage method
Space Telescope to be used as part of the organisation's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite
Second quarter PC sales up by 2.7 per cent, suggests IDC
Apple updates MacBook Pro with Coffee Lake CPUs, 32GB memory and up to 4TB storage - at a price, of course
A maxxed out MacBook Pro will cost a mere £6,209