Tim Moynihan, WIRED

Tim Moynihan


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Past articles by Tim:

The Eye-Popping 8K Madness of Red Camera’s New Super-Sensor

Red's new Helium sensor captures four times the resolution of 4K. → Read More

Become an Instagram Influencer With This Mobile Photo Gear

Insta-celeb glory requires some deliberate setup. → Read More

Let There Be Light: 2 Killer Projectors for Your Home Theater

The latest TVs are gorgeously slim. But a richly colored layer of photons is downright ethereal. → Read More

Make Movie Night a Blockbuster With This Fully-Loaded TV Room

Upgrade your den of infinite diversion with the right gear and you’ll forget what a movie theater even is. → Read More

Oculus Adds Avatars and a Browser to Its Gear VR App

Gear VR games should get a lot easier to navigate. → Read More

Samsung’s Sweet Galaxy S8 Will Make You Forget All About the Note 7

The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus put everything that was great about the Note 7 in a slicker, non-explosive package. → Read More

Windows ‘Creator’s Update’ Has Come to Kill Your Apps

A few key features show that Windows wants to do more things natively. → Read More

Samsung’s Bixby Hopes the World Needs Another Voice Assistant

Samsung is getting serious about its voice-assistant game, but Bixby has a lot of promise and a long journey ahead. → Read More

Ex-Googlers Build a Neural Network to Protect Your Heart

AliveCor's little EKG device has been around for a few years, but now it has a much smarter brain behind it. → Read More

Don’t Blame the Batteries For Every Lithium-Ion Explosion

Lithium-ion batteries have problems that go well beyond faults in the cells themselves. → Read More

Samsung's 'The Frame' by Yves Behar Is Half TV, Half Art Installation

The Frame (yep, that's the name) was designed by Yves Behar. → Read More

Samsung’s New Quantum Dots Serve Up Some Tasty TV Colors

Can an LCD TV outshine OLED? It can if it uses quantum dots. → Read More

The Beatles’ mid-’60s live album sounded terrible until Abbey Road used custom code to clean it up

The only multi-track recording of the Fab Four's mid-'60s Hollywood Bowl shows is marred by screaming fans. James Clarke made it sound better than ever. → Read More

A New Chip Makes Voice Control More Efficient, Less Creepy

With a little chip that can process voice commands, an MIT team hopes to save a ton of battery life. → Read More

Samsung Gear Finally Gets a Controller for Awesomer VR

Designed by Samsung and Oculus, it touches and swipes and clicks and shoots. → Read More

This Guardians of the Galaxy Star-Lord Helmet Is Clearly the Best Set of Headphones

A Guardians of the Galaxy helmet with built-in headphones is the new way to chillax. → Read More

Samsung’s New Windows Tablet Is Your Laptop’s Worst Nightmare

The 12-inch Galaxy Book represents the bleeding edge of the tablet-as-laptop space. → Read More

Hasbro’s New Star Wars Toys Come in Sicknasty Old-School Packaging

You must use the Force to avoid opening these awesome throwback action figures. → Read More

XYZPrinting's Cheap 3-D Printers Can Help Bring Minecraft to Life

XYZPrinting has new models starting at less than $300. → Read More

So, Barbie’s a Hologram Now. Oh, and She Responds to Your Voice

Hello Barbie Hologram brings 3-D animation to the voice-assistant space. → Read More