Well, well, well. Apple, Inc., a cash-hoarding operation that occasionally does online strip shows, announced a new line of consumer electronics today. There are places to revel in the minutia of every last tech spec, but I promise that you are not interested in processors and megapixels nearly as much as the tech…
Barcelona is such a wonderful place to visit if you get the chance. Check out the architecture. Eat the jamón. Drink the wine. Our own Kyle Wagner is there right now on vacation, and although you'd think he'd be chilling away from the internet, he's tweeting about which camera he's using.
Here at Gizmodo, we celebrate Objectify a Male Tech Writer Day. Join in on the festivities by PhotoShopping our sexiest writer, Kyle Wagner, into the most compromising positions. Think slutty schoolgirl. Sweaty fireman. Sexy Subway sandwich artist.
There are a lot of services that purport to measure your online influence. Klout, Kred, and PeerIndex will slice and dice your social media presence, and turn you into a number. The higher your number, they argue, the more influential you are. It's bullshit. But it's bullshit that's increasingly accepted a serious…
I lost my bag on Halloween night. It had two laptops—one of which was a review unit—a bunch of notes, and all the rest of my life in it. It was one of the worst and most helpless things I've ever felt. Last night I did it again.
"Just bought $50 of burritos to take home because I haven't finished my per diem." That's the message we just got from Gizmodo editorial assistant Kyle Wagner, who clearly doesn't quite get how Gawker Media per diems work.
This past Friday, I mentioned that I was trying to get the new Twitter web client. My colleague and noted internet deviant Mat Honan graciously offered to pop in the workaround for me if I'd send him my password. I was in a rush to get to a meeting, so unaccountably, I agreed. Big mistake.