RealClearTechnology Morning Edition

Was 2012 the Year of Tech Blunders? - John Dvorak, PC Magazine
The Eight Best Technologies of 2012 - Farhad Manjoo, Slate
Predictions for 2013: Expect Big Things - Steve Wildstrom, Tech.pinions
Smile, and Say 'Android' - David Pogue, New York Times
Game Developers Need to Diversify to Survive - Jamie Yap, ZDNet
Is Nokia Too Big to Fail? - Don Reisinger, MIT Technology Review
The Future of Mobile Networks: Beyond 4G - Kevin Fitchard, GigaOm
Reflections on the Recession in Silicon Valley - Bryan Goldberg, Pando
Tech Companies: Stop Killing Yourself w/ Legalese - Josh Constine, TC
Probing the Matrix: Who Simulates Our Universe? - John Hewitt, ExTech
The Christmas Card May or May Not Die - Alexis Madrigal, The Atlantic

RealClearTechnology Afternoon Edition

Tim Cook: The Technologist - Lev Grossman, Time
Apple's Patent War: Now With More Farce - Dan Lyons, ReadWrite
Your Smartphone's Price Makes No Sense - Chris Ziegler, The Verge
Wikipedia's Questionable Finances - Andrew Orlowski, The Register
America's Most (and Least) Tech Friendly Cities - Mark Sullivan, TechHive
NFC Tech Catching On, Despite Apple - Matt Hamblen, Computerworld
Vortex Engine Could Change Space Travel - Steven Ashley, BBC News
How to Fix the Win 8 Apps Store - Joel Hruska, Extreme Tech
Why PC Gaming Is Far from Dead - Dave James, TechRadar
Science Fictions That Became Facts This Year - Donna Dickens, BuzzFeed

RealClearTechnology Reviews, Tips & How Tos

From Grumpy Cat to Gangnam Style: The Best Memes of 2012 - Wired
The Year in Tech: Biggest Fails, Flops and Faux Pas - TechHive
Top 10 Mobile Devices of 2012 - Dan Rowinski, ReadWrite
Cloud Computing: The Best & Worst News of 2012 - InformationWeek