The Tiny Drill serves absolutely no purpose. It doesn't mean we don't love it. Seriously, look how small the damn thing is! And it comes with its own case/holster that doubles as a keychain!
Oh my. The sex doll for dogs, seen only as a render for so long, is finally real. And it's… awkward. It's here at the Gizmodo Gallery, and if your dog fucks it, you'll win a prize.
The Pioneer CDJ-1000 CD Turntable was revolutionary when it launched because it was among the first devices to mimic vinyl turntables without the vinyl. Now, upgraded and equipped with a huge, 6.1-inch screen, the CDJ-2000 wants to up the ante.
Houses are passe and RVs are overrated. The Camper Bike is where it's at. I don't care if sleeping—let alone functioning—in the thing is a physical impossibility. I WANT ONE.
If you havent noticed over the last year, Incase have been knocking their messenger/laptop/skateboarding bags out of the park with products that are equally techie and stylish. Their new DSLR bags are no exception.
Coming to an Apple Store near you: this thing, that I am completely in love with. It's called the BackPack, and it clips onto the back of new iMac and Cinema Displays, creating an instant shelf for, you know, things.
While there are more than a few exceptions to the rule, most graffiti is nothing more but lame, self-serving tagging. But combine simple signatures with LEDs and slow shutter photography, and the genre is born anew:
Short of price, release date and carrier(s), there's not a whole lot that hasn't been leaked about LG's comically long next generation Chocolate, the BL40. But somehow, these first official shots are still enticing. I mean, look at it.
Generally, I love LED LCDs. The UN46B7000 is Samsung's set with 120Hz refresh and internet widgets. It's not backlit, like the XBR8, but sidelit, and is as thin as two of your fingers. You should avoid buying this set.
According to Alastair Callender, his 190-foot Soliloquy would be able to fully propel itself using a combination of solar power, wind, and hybrid marine power technology. And it looks like a metamorphic alien mothership to boot.
It's the Android phone we've been waiting for. Almost.
After years of borrowing friends' PCs to update firmware, buying 3rd party sync apps and being generally frustrated by their technologies' poor communication skills, BlackBerry-owning Mac users may soon stop wanting to die: BlackBerry Desktop is coming to OS X.
Seymour Cray's big super computer was crazy. It's signals between components had to be timed by trimming long cables up to 1/16th of an inch at a time by hand and was basically interwoven with a giant refrigeration system.
Eternaleds announced their new Hydrolux-4 LED lightbulb, the very first liquid-cooled bulb in the world. The bulbs are incredibly energy-efficient compared to either incandescent or CFL bulbs, and come with a price tag to match.
The Asus Eee T91 is a return to netbooks gone by—a tiny 8.9-inch screen, 16GB SSD—except for one thing: It's a touchscreen tablet.