Tag Archives | Wired Magazine

…Gizmodo and Engadget are not friends?

Engadget And Gizmodo

Wired Magazine’s article about the rivalry between Gizmodo and Engadget is a fascinating look at the two kings of tech blogging.

If you’re a fan of either site, then it’s a must read for a look behind the scenes at what makes them tick.

[Wired Magazine – Gear Blog Rivals Engadget and Gizmodo Turn the Competition Up to 11]

…Garbage can be recycled?

Garbage In Garbage Out

Every year, 63 million tons of recyclables end up in US landfills.

Thankfully, technologies like wind sifters, optical scanners, magnets and electrical currents can help to divert up to 75 percent of that waste stream to recycling, conserving landfill space and cutting down on greenhouse gases.

Check out Wired Magazine’s Garbage In, Garbage Out infograph for a look at how Global Renewables hopes to help us rid our planet of needless waste.

[Wired Magazine – Garbage In, Garden Out: Inside The High Tech Trash Disassembly Line]

…Apple is an evil genius?

Apple Evil Genius

Wired Magazine has a fantastic article about Apple called “How Apple Got Everything Right By Doing Everything Wrong” that dives into the Apple development world and discusses how the company goes against the silicon valley norms, yet manages to churn out amazing products time and time again.

If you’d like to know more about the often mysterious company, it’s a must read, and should be paired with Fortune Magazine’s article, “The Trouble With Steve Jobs” for a full rundown of one of the most talked about companies of the last ten years.

[Wired Magazine – How Apple Got Everything Right By Doing Everything Wrong]

[Fortune Magazine – The Trouble With Steve Jobs]