Today Apple confirmed the company’s new monstrous iPad Pro will be available for pre-order online starting this Wednesday, November 11, and can be found in Apple stores, select carriers, and at authorized reseller locations later this week.
Most people shouldn’t buy a first-generation Apple Watch. But you aren’t most people. You’re an early adopter, a daily Gizmodo reader, a diehard who yearns for gadgets like the Apple Watch with every fiber of your being. Except, somehow, you missed one key detail: If you want to be one of the very first people to own…
The OnePlus One is a fantastic phone for a fantastic price. It's borderline unbelievable. It's also damn near impossible to get your hands on. Up until now, you've needed an invite to buy a OnePlus One but that's about to end. Starting in October, you'll be able to straight-up buy one, if you're fast.
If you're planning on snatching up a new iPhone as soon as humanly possible, Wired says it's going to be a late night—online pre-orders begin tonight.
I spent two hours trying to pre-order my iPhone 4S last night. According to AT&T's press release, I wasn't the only person swearing at its site every time it told me it couldn't process my order.
If you pre-ordered your iPhone 4, congratulations! You might be getting it as soon as now. If you didn't preorder, though, you're going to have to wait until June 29th to get one from AT&T.
If you just can't wait to buy an iPad, or rather, can't wait to reserve your slot to buy an iPad, you may be getting up early tomorrow: Pre-orders start at 8:30am EST Friday. That's 5:30am, Pacific.
If you were thinking about grabbing the Nook for the holidays, you had better make up your mind soon. High demand for the e-reader is pushing the second wave of pre-orders into the first week of December.
AT&T is telling customers that any iPhone 3GS pre-orders placed after today, June 13th, will not be available at the June 19th launch, instead shipping out between one and two weeks later.
It seems RadioShack has cancelled all of our Wii pre-orders from yesterday. And then on top of that, I get this series of emails about Amazon in my inbox. Hit the jump for the complete text along with what's sure to be a small to medium rant on the complete failure of online retailing to deal with the Wii.
This is low. Our half-man, half-Atari, 100% crazy uncles over at Kotaku got a photo tip on GameStop requiring $50 worth of trade-ins to reserve a PS3 or Wii. While not confirmed, if such is the case the console wars have reached a new low. $50 of trade-ins equals about $200 in games, according to my guesstimates. And…