Doug Aamoth

Aamoth handles tech-related news, reviews, how-to's and videos as an editor at TIME. He lives in Boston and has spent around 20 years in the tech industry.

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Cryptids: Orang-Bati/Batsquatch

A possible run-in with flying monkeys presents one of the greatest fears for just about anyone who’s lost outside a mysterious castle. No good comes from flying monkeys and, unlike most other animals, they don’t appear to be more afraid of you than you are of them. But you don’t have to be near a big, dark castle to have a run-in …

Sony Develops Flexible Display

Sony is showing off an 80-micrometer thin flexible OLED display. It measures 4.1 inches, does full color, and has a resolution of 423×240 pixels. Sony demonstrated the display by playing video files on it while wrapping it around a 4-millimeter cylinder several times. Who knows, maybe your next phone will be little more than a …

Wii2HDMI Adapter Simplifies Wii HDMI Output

Sure, the Wii doesn’t need HDMI output but there’s something about the simplicity of a single-cable connection from your console to your TV that’s very appealing. Hooking stuff up with five component cables or even three composite cables seems so archaic nowadays.

If you’ve been longing to connect your Wii to your HDTV via …

They Should Make It: Cheap Smartphones, Free Service

Hear me out, hear me out. I’m not just calling for cheap smartphones and free service because I’m cheap (I am cheap). Rather, I think a company like, oh, let’s use Google as an example, could provide a viable alternative to expensive phones and even more expensive cell phone plans.

Google makes money by selling targeted …

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