Look at the dog-hand. Look at it.
It’s been a wild couple of days and we’re not going to talk about it at all here.
Hey buddy, are you on a movie set and have just looked around and realized that you’re the only one who’s realized that this film isn’t going to make it? Well then, we have some advice for you.
The hoverpacks have descended.
It’s rare to see a Twitter exchange where the use of “memetacular” is the least upsetting part but here we are.
Perhaps you don't know John Draper aka "Captain Crunch" but, if you're using a MacBook or an iPhone today, it's because of him. He and his blue box were a fundamental inspiration for Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in making Apple. He's now in trouble and needs our help. Woz has written this fascinating article so you…
Humans of a certain age will remember the brief period when accessing the internet meant shelling out a monthly fee to AOL. For most of us, this gave way to better business models well over a decade ago. But as Recode points out today, 2.3 million souls never got the memo. Not only that; their rates have somehow gone…
An adorable red panda has vanished from Washington's National Zoo, with helpless zookeepers taking to Twitter to plead for help in finding the little friend. Have you seen Rusty? He's about the size of a raccoon, and he's still a baby. UPDATE: The red panda has been found, zoo officials said this afternoon.
Earlier this week, a group of middle schoolers at a summer science camp in upstate New York pumped a weather balloon with 300 cubic feet of helium and launched it high up into the stratosphere to gather photos of the Earth's curvature.
Tracy Williams, an employee of Technorati, was been missing since Wednesday (11/2) after going out with friends to a San Francisco bar. Nobody has heard from her since, and now Technorati is asking the online community to help find her.
The self service world is a beautiful thing. Self-checkout lines. Vending machines. Amazon. Long gone are the days of being afraid to buy, say, a carton of whipped cream chargers, an oversized balloon and the newest Glee Soundtrack, because some dowdy employee's gonna give you the stinkeye.
It's an all-too familiar plight: every holiday season you head home for some togetherness and good cheer, and suddenly you're a one-man tech support team for a family of techno-neophytes. But take heart! This year, Google's on the job.
Here at Gizmodo, a number of do-it-yourself projects are featured that incorporate microcontrollers. If you've never worked with one before, don't feel daunted, here's an overview to help you select the model that's right for you.
It's iPad week! Like it or not, this is gonna be the biggest story of the next few days. If you'd prefer to not see iPad or Apple posts, here's how:
Hey, Gizmodo Gallery is happening again this September in NYC and we need some basic help with watching the place and setting it up. If you're available the second half of the month for a few hours a day, we could use you. There will be some basic compensation. Email Chris Mascari, email on the left side of the page…