Link to This year in cloud: Amazon-almost-all-the-time and the other 5 top stories of 2012

This year in cloud: Amazon-almost-all-the-time and the other 5 top stories of 2012

Instead of the usual look back at the top cloud stories of the week, here’s my list of the top cloud computing-related threads of 2012, all of which will continue to play out over the next year. 1: One word: Amazon Make that three words:...

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How MiGym plans to quantify the health club workout

The new year is just a few days away, which means New Year’s resolutions are just about to kick in. A lot of people (myself included) have committed to getting in shape, but for many (again myself included) that resolution doesn’t get much further than...

Link to Inhabitat's Week in Green: biological concrete, flexible solar cells and the top wearable tech of 2012

Inhabitat's Week in Green: biological concrete, flexible solar cells and the top wearable tech of 2012

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week’s most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us — it’s the Week in Green. New Year’s Eve is fast approaching, and workers in New York City are hard at work installing 32,256 LED lights...

Link to Tech's biggest misfires of 2012

Tech's biggest misfires of 2012

You can’t win ‘em all, right? Sure, 2012 saw its share of high points, but there were plenty of missteps along the way from companies both large and small. Unfinished products, serial delays, lawsuits and layoffs — after the break, we’ve got a list of...

Link to The best of web video: 4 highlights from 2012 you should know

The best of web video: 4 highlights from 2012 you should know

For web original content, 2012 was a year of important growth, as more high-end shows found their way to audiences and the business of making web video grew closer and closer to sustainability. It was an exciting year in many respects, and here are a...

Link to More BlackBerry N-Series images surface, appeases QWERTY lovers with sharper focus

More BlackBerry N-Series images surface, appeases QWERTY lovers with sharper focus

Remember this little guy? It was Christmas Eve when Mr. Blurrycam gave us a look at this keyboard-equipped BB10 prototype. Skip to the present, and N4BB has apparently come across news images of it, minus the fuzz. Aside from being clearer, the phone’s screen is...

Link to Ask Engadget: best barebones workstation chassis?

Ask Engadget: best barebones workstation chassis?

We know you’ve got questions, and if you’re brave enough to ask the world for answers, then here’s the outlet to do so. This week’s Ask Engadget inquiry is from Charles, who’s capping off the year with a fine question about DIY PC chassis. If...

Link to Mobile Miscellany: week of December 24th, 2012

Mobile Miscellany: week of December 24th, 2012

If you didn’t get enough mobile news during the week, not to worry, because we’ve opened the firehose for the truly hardcore. This week, we stumbled upon a sneak peek of Sony’s promised Jelly Bean update and XDA University opened its doors to educate others...

Link to Alt-week 12.29.12: the speed of gravity, disease-smelling dogs and catching asteroids

Alt-week 12.29.12: the speed of gravity, disease-smelling dogs and catching asteroids

Alt-week takes a look at the best science and alternative tech stories from the last seven days. 2012, we salute you. All in all, you’ve been a pretty good year. There’s been highs, lows, and lots of inbetweens. Above all else, though, you’ve been generous...

Link to DirecTV Genie whole-home DVR review

DirecTV Genie whole-home DVR review

We’re very happy that 2012 ended up being the year of whole-home DVRs. We reviewed Dish Network’s Hopper earlier this year and now we’ve spent some quality time with DirecTV’s Genie — can’t say we expected the cute names. Capable of serving up to eight...

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