Do you read a lot of articles on the Internet? It can be difficult to keep up with everything. There are so many blogs, websites, and feeds to sort through. But the tools we’re talking about today can help improve your reading experience and keep you on top of your reading list. Tech URLs, Dev URLs, and Sci URLs are three sister websites that aggregate technology, developer, and science news.
By aggregation we mean, you can read articles from all your favorite websites at one single place. You do not need to subscribe to different newsletters or open all websites individually; these URL sites have got you covered. The time taken to find an interesting article to read is significantly reduced as every website and article is right in front of you.
Tech URLs aggregate technology news from the top 30 technology blogs and websites. Some of these sites include Reddit, Wired, Slashdot, Hacker News, Digg, The Verge, Medium, Tech Crunch, Engadget, and Mashable. You can quickly scroll through the news titles and click on the ones that interest you.
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Dev URLs: If you’re a software developer who loves staying up-to-date with the latest technologies and developer news, then Dev URLs is the website for you! We aggregate news from popular sources like Medium (Programming), Lobsters, Hacker Noon, Smashing Magazine, Google Developers Blog, Facebook Code Blog, and more. Plus, if you’re interested in what’s trending on GitHub, we’ve got you covered with our Trending Repositories section.
Do you like reading about science? Sci URLs have news from great websites like Nature, Medium (Science), Scientific America, Phys.org, Wired, IEE Spectrum, Science Daily, and BBC Science! With 30 different website options, you’re sure to find something interesting! News aggregation is not only a feature that these sites offer. They come with a complete set of features that make your experience even better. The features have been discussed in detail, and they apply to all three of these websites.
Since you have a lot of content to read, a powerful search engine is a must. The search box on these websites lets you search for your favorite article heading across all of them. This comes in handy when you really forgot where you read an article.
Plus, the powerful search engine query features make it more usable. You can create a lot of queries to find what you are looking for. Click on Search Tips to explore different kinds of queries that are supported.
Search to find your favorite websites. Don’t worry, we’ll help you. We have one more way to search for your favorite websites. This one is even quicker. For example, if you want to search Tech URLs for the term “Windows,” just open the following address in your browser:
This would instantly load all the results and display them to you.
Many websites and blogs offer an RSS feed that let you keep up with their latest content. However, they also maintain an archive of all their articles that you can access to find old articles. Just below the website/blog’s name, you can find various options that can load the latest, daily, weekly or monthly news from this website. Also, towards the left of the article’s headline, the time period since it has been published is displayed. Again, archives are helpful when you are looking for something old.
You can modify the arrangement of news websites/blogs to suit your reading tastes. If you read a website/blog more often, you can put it at the beginning. Or you can remove any website if you don’t read it altogether. This feature adds a little personalization touch to the overall reading experience.
Tech URLs, Dev URLs, and Sci URLs are three great websites that everyone should check out. They save you a lot of time by bringing together all the best content from around the web in one place. Plus, they have a smooth and clean user interface that makes it easy to find what you’re looking for. These websites are the perfect news reading companion.
Hello, My name is Shari & I am a writer for the ‘Outlook AppIns’ blog. I’m a CSIT graduate & I’ve been working in the IT industry for 3 years.