The 500 most popular types of porn in one chart

Everybody watches porn but everybody has different tastes. And there is just so much porn to watch. But how can we figure which type of porn is most popular? This chart from Data Looks Dope's Max Einstein reveals the top 500 video tags in porn. You'll see everything from hardcore to Argentina. » 11/18/14 9:24pm 11/18/14 9:24pm

Nokia's $30 Tag Could Mean You Never Lose Your Keys Again

Forgetful types rejoice: Nokia has just announced a new Treasure Tag, which uses Bluetooth and NFC to try and help you keep track of your possessions. » 2/19/14 5:35am 2/19/14 5:35am

How to use HandBrake to rip your DVDs to iPod & iPhone for free

Learn the step-by-step tutorial on how to rip DVD movies to iPod and iPhone with HandBrake for free. » 9/07/10 10:03pm 9/07/10 10:03pm

How To Turn Off Gizmodo's iPhone 4 Coverage

Did you hear? It's iPhone 4 release day! Which is going to mean a lot of iPhone 4 posts here on Giz. Here's how you can clear your screen of all of them: » 6/24/10 9:59am 6/24/10 9:59am

#What #Are #These #Tags #And #How #Do #I #Use #Them?

We've talked about how to comment, but there's still some confusion about these mysterious #tags. What are they all about? Well, to put it simply: They're the most fun you could have with a comment system. » 3/08/10 11:27pm 3/08/10 11:27pm

Undress a Woman Using Radio Frequencies

A dress that gradually disappears as you get a magic ball near to it? Yaishplease. That's exactly what Daan Roosegaarde, V2 Lab, and Maartje Dijkstra have created, using a flexible plastic material and radio frequency technology. Very pretty too: » 12/25/09 9:58pm 12/25/09 9:58pm

How to Turn Off Gizmodo's NSFW Content (Or Any Other Stuff)

We've mentioned this a few times before, but with new readers stopping by all the time, these tips get lost in the mix. Regardless, you too can turn off Gizmodo content in our feed, from NSFW to Apple. » 10/12/09 11:25am 10/12/09 11:25am

Verayo RFID Chips Use "Electronic DNA" to Make Them "Unclonable"

Here's a challenge to hackers everywhere if I've ever heard one-a company named Verayo claims to have created an RFID chip that's completely unclonable thanks to a type of electronic DNA technology called Physical Unclonable Functions (PUF). Unlike basic passive RFID chips, where data can be easily copied from one… » 9/09/08 12:30am 9/09/08 12:30am