As e-books become a more viable publishing model, it's getting easier for indie books to reach a wide audience. And now a small project called StoryBundle is aimed at helping you discover a collection of new authors every month — without a big publishing house acting as middleman, taking a huge cut of the author's…
After five years and an uncountable number of posts—no really, there's no system to count how many posts I've done—this is probably the most difficult one I've had to write. Starting next Monday, I say goodbye to Gizmodo and head on over to Lifehacker.
Either a writer at Luxembourgish newspaper L'essentiel is very confused or we've all been seriously deceived. Whichever the case, there's definitely an article claiming that Gizmodo Editor Jason Chen is "an official from Apple."
Gizmodo's very own Jason Chen has landed a spot—number 40, to be specific—on T3's list of the one hundred most influential people in tech. We're quite proud of him and hope you are too.
The same Taiwanese outlet that does those Sims-style animations to better illustrate the news has done it again for Steve Jobs and the iPhone 4 antenna saga. No spoilers, but there's a very special guest this time. [Thanks Michael!]
Good buddy and awesome dude Chris Hardwick (Nerdist) invited me, Ryan Block of gdgt (and previously Engadget) and Mark McClusky of Wired on his podcast yesterday to talk iPhone 4.
The Adam Carolla Podcast is my favorite podcast. So for them to ask me to call in to the show to talk about the iPhone? That was freaking incredible.
It's time for another roundup of pundits espousing heartfelt admiration and none-too-bloody criticism of a pretty hot Apple product. How did they—I mean "it"—do this time around? Have a look-see...
Make sure you tune in to Attack of the Show on G4 later today to see Giz's own Jason Chen talking with Chris Hardwick about iPhone 3GS and how bad AT&T sucks for being, well, AT&T.
When a bunch of reviews hit, it's useful—and sometimes funny—to see how they echo each other, and how they differ.
This is a real book.
It's 2009, which means you officially haven't made the big leagues until someone has pirated your book/movie/album. I've made it.
I had no idea his name was Dick Wang. Here's an interesting story.
We've done a bit more investigation into this Press vs. Blogger war that CES has started, and it turns out that the Bloggers actually have more privileges than the Press! What the hell is that about?! There's a press room for people to come and write up their stories, as shown above. Both Press and Bloggers are…
High drama at CES! Instead of all of us being united under the umbrella of "press," some of us were arbitrarily deemed "bloggers" and others "press." I'm press, but Chen is a blogger. We aren't sure exactly what the difference is, but I assume that the CES admins will force Chen to wait for me to write up stories…