Thought I'd pass along a few links that I've found useful over the years.
The first is for the Computer America Show, which has been on the air for over 20 years. I know I've been listening for most of that, since before I even owned a computer. Craig Crossman is one of the people I can point to and say, this is the guy that got me into fixing computers. CA also has some great prizes, just follow the link below.
Computer America Main Page
Computer America Buddy List Sign-up
Next is Into Tomorrow, where I've been listening for almost as long as Computer America. Dave Graveline and his co-hosts run a great show and have lots of prizes if you call in. (In 2006, I won my Gateway laptop from them.) They also have a weekly newsletter which I subscribe to. Just type in your email at the red box
Into Tomorrow Main Page
Here's the Windows Secrets site. I've been getting their newsletter every week, except on the fifth Thursday for a few years. It can be a bit slanted to higher end users, but is full of good information.
Maximum PC has news, reviews and deals of the day: http://www.maximumpc.com/
Liliputing covers mobile technology, small scale computers, cell phones and tablets: http://liliputing.com/
Pocket-Lint does gadget reviews, tablets and mobile devices: http://www.pocket-lint.com/The Giz Wiz is Dick DeBartolo, he also writes for Mad Magazine besides covering gadgets and gizmos: http://gizwizbiz.squarespace.