The 11 Best Tech Features of 2018
This past year, we published thousands of articles and released three print magazines, including our GP100 issue, announcing the 100 best products of the year. The tech desk has hit a little bit of everything: deals, interviews, buying guides, product news and reviews. The deepest dives, however, have been our feature stories.
We profiled Schiit Audio, a California audio company making really high-end headphone amplifiers and selling them for cheap. We’ve visited the labs of Bolt Threads, a biotech company whose synthetic spider silk could change the outdoor industry forever. We’ve investigated and tested fake AirPods. We’ve interviewed music professionals about their record collections. And we’ve talked to architects about why they’re switching over to iPads. That’s just the start. Below you’ll find our favorite tech features of 2018.
We talk to Jason Stoddard and Mike Moffat, cofounders of Schiit Audio, who detail how they're making desktop hi-fi affordable again.
Medium format cameras have never been more approachable. Here are three picks at three different price points.
Vinyl records have a warmth, crackle and pop that digital audio files can't replicate. And that's part of the reason we love listening to them.
A wise person once told me, "the best camera is the one that's in your pocket." And I think that couldn't be truer. It's all about convenience and quick action.
Bolt Threads is the biotech company behind Microsilk, a synthetic spider silk that's engineered from water, yeast and spider DNA.
The mission of the MoMA Design Store is to make good design available to as many people as possible.
Trace is a versatile app that can be used for DIY home renovations or professional projects.
How will popular stalwarts like Bose or Sonos convince customers that their speakers are different from Amazon’s, Google’s or Apple’s?
Don’t touch Hasselblad’s new $47,000, 400 megapixel H6D-400S MS. It’s very sensitive.