Jan. 3, 2013 at 12:45 PM ET
Here's everything that you need to know before taking that first sip of coffee today:
The hype over the supposed Maya doomsday won honors as the weirdest science story of the past year — even though there wasn't much science to it.
LG finally selling first large-screen OLED HDTV — for $10,000.
And here's a $50,000, six-foot air conditioner obeys voice commands.
As the ball dropped in Times Square in New York City and New Year's greetings went out on Twitter, Facebook and other networks, the Internet itself was celebrating an important milestone of its own: its 30th birthday. Sort of.
Yesterday at 8:52 p.m. was your best chance to find an online date, apparently.
Political blogger Andrew Sullivan wants you to pay for his online journalism.
Speaking of blogs, searching for blogs now means searching for "Tumblr."
If you want to see something really cool, check out Make's best projects of 2012.
Most importantly, 20 Pug New Years Resolutions!