What is the best source of information,over the internet, about the new technologies introduced in the market?

ashwani1982

I am a developer of android applications. I want to develop applications about new technologies like DLNA etc. So that user can get benefited from these technologies using there android phones. I know IT world is one of the source but it seems that they do not have a dedicated section for new technologies. So do you have any other venture which focus on new technologies introduced in the market or is there any other forum which can provide such information easily

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murph
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There's a great blog called Android Power written by JR Raphael on Computerworld. Definitely worth checking out.

pcaulfield
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I find going to a forum to discuss Android development is better because then I get to interact with people rather than just consume the news of the day. Have you tried: 

http://www.talkandroid.com/

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