All the stars in the sky? That's nothing in the cosmic scheme of things.
It was a very bad year for the country's gadget makers.
A 2013 resolution: I'm going to show my parents (and others) how to screw up their technologies safely.
Total letdown. By which I mean, Sad Santa in the Surf.
This thing is basically the centaur of gadgets.
A plea to TV makers in 2013: give me radically simply voice-control for changing channels.
Five simple reasons: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft.
The fable is true! Take that, hares.
Maybe a world without crappy remote controls isn't nearly upon us, but the landscape is shifting, and we can see an end in sight.
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The Atlantic Tech's how-to guide for producing meaningful, in-depth stories in a resource-starved, time-crunched media age.
A free ebook of our best work just in time for the holidays. Makes a great gift for wordy nerds! And much cheaper than a Battlestar Galactica box set.
Don't worry: there'll be humblebrags all year round now!
Instagram is providing a peek into the future of advertising. Let's see if you like it.
Is a home page a reference card or a magazine cover? We still don't know.
This smells user tested, like the Obama campaign's famous "Hey." subject line.
If you want to stop social networking services from exploiting your likeness for advertising, you've got to start paying up.
This predelegation of nuclear launch authority was real. And terrifying.
Which just so happens to be a key plank in most greens' vision of the energy future.
You never imagine it happens on a sunny day.