2013 is off to a running start. We're in a dead sprint toward CES, but there's still plenty of goodness to go around. An iPhone-r gives it over to Android, NASA's thinking about giving the moon a moon, the future of television may be scary, helicopters are crashing, aeroscrafts are rising, and we dive into what hangovers are. Check out all that and more below.

An iPhone Lover's Confession: I Switched To the Nexus 4. Completely.

If you come by my house, you'd find four of the latest Apple TVs, two iMacs, the latest MacBook Air, a MacBook Pro, more than five AirPort Express stations and Apple's Time Capsule. You could touch every single iPhone, from the first up to the iPhone 5, iPads ranging from first generation to fourth and we recently added two iPad minis. And then I got the Nexus 4. More »

Not a Blimp, Not a Plane: The Gigantic Aeroscraft Is Ready, and It's Awesome

This is a new type of rigid aircraft. It's not a blimp, and it's not an airplane, but this thing has the potential to alter the way we understand travel and completely change military transportation. You can see a video of its first move here. More »

NASA Wants to Give Our Moon a Moon

NASA must think our moon is getting lonely, because it's mulling the idea of capturing an asteroid and placing it in lunar orbit, so it has a rocky satellite all of its own. More »

Every Parent Who Gives Their Kid an iPhone Should Make Their Kid Follow These 18 Rules

If your mom and dad bought you an iPhone for Christmas or if you're a mom or dad who gifted an iPhone to your kid, you should make your kid follow the rules of Janell Hofmann. Hofmann bought an iPhone for her 13-year-old son Greg and gave him 18 rules to follow. More »

The New Xbox Will Probably Arrive This E3

It seems that everything is aligning for the launch of the next generation Xbox at E3 2013. We knew that the rumors are piling on. Then someone told us that the Xbox buildings at Microsoft's campus are on lock down. And now we know that Xboxmeister Major Nelson is very excited about E3. More »

The Future of TV May Not Be Worth It

The platonic ideal of television's future is a la carte consumption: the ability to pay only for the channels you want. It's a dream that everyone from Apple to Intel has reportedly pursued, and one that every half-sentient cable customer desires. But maybe the question isn't can-or will-this happen some day. What we should really be asking is: when it does happen, what will it cost us? More »

It's Time For the US to Go Metric

The US has a love affair with imperial units: height in inches, milk in quarts, weight in pounds. You name it, and it's measured in imperial. The only problem? Imperial is dumb. So let's cast of those shackles and join the rest of the world by embracing units that make sense. Let's go metric, once and for all. More »

Helicopter Crashes Right on the Beach While Sunbathers Watch In Disbelief

I don't know what's wrong with helicopters in Brazil, but they keep crashing them in the most idiotic ways possible. Check out this rescue helicopter going a little bit too close to the water until it finally crashes against the waves. Thankfully, nobody was hurt. More »

What Is a Hangover?

Yippee! Let's poison ourselves with beverages that will make us violently ill! It was your battle cry last night, and today you're paying the price. But what is that hangover you're experiencing, exactly? More »

This Is Why You Don't Donate Sperm on Craigslist

If you've ever considered selling some or your swimmers on Craigslist for a little extra scratch, you might want to give it a little more thought. William Marotta, who did just that, wound up having to pay child support for his biological child, despite having signed away all rights to the little guys and any humans that might get made from them. More »