As recently as September, ultra-secretive augmented reality startup Magic Leap entertained holding a splashy event to reveal more about its mysterious technology, according to a confidential document detailing a proposed event concept obtained by Gizmodo. The document outlines a pitch for a strange live-streamed…
Magic Leap hasn’t had much good news to announce in, well, pretty much ever. But maybe that’s about to change? On Wednesday, the super-secretive, heavily funded mixed reality startup scrubbed its website of the eye-popping concept videos its known for. In their place, the company has uploaded a minimal redesign filled…
The third annual Jalopnik Film Festival is going to West Coast and we’re once again giving filmmakers a chance to be a part of the action. If those two bearded dudes above can make films, so can you. Below are all the details you’ll need.
Welcome to SPLOID, Gizmodo's spin-off blog of all things awesome: News that feels like it's from the future, weird and wonderful happenings, discoveries that can change the world, or just beautiful images and videos—all the things that truly and honestly surprise us.
Here you will find beautiful things; awesome photos, illustrations, and videos; design from the future; weird and wonderful happenings; scientific discoveries that may change the world—all the stuff that honestly make us go "oh wow, that's so cool."
Last night in Peachtree City, Georgia, I got to sit in the backseat of a VW Phaeton—the cheapest Bentley I've ever seen—for the first time. That pleased my inner automotive cheapskate. We served pizza and beers to Jalopnik and Gizmodo readers, showed clips from our new TV show, and debated the future legality of…
We're taking the literal Gizmodo TV show on the literal road to give you guys a chance to see some clips before we air on BBC America on March 18th. (10:20PM after Top Gear!) And because I know seeing my pasty mug isn't enticement enough, we teamed up with our friends Matt Hardigree and Travis Okulski from Jalopnik,…
If we made a Top Gear for gadgets, would you watch it? In two weeks, you'll have your chance.
Well, that was quite a week, wasn't it? But io9 is back on its home servers.
We know it's happening. Apple's made it obvious that new iPads will materialize, in expectedly grand fashion, today, March 2nd. So what do we know about the Second Coming—and what else might pop up at Apple's shindig?
You guys kept telling us you wanted an official Giz t-shirt, and now they're here. The very first Gizmodo Artist Series t-shirt, designed by former Giz illustrator Wendy MacNaughton, is available today from BustedTees for $20.
You guys kept telling us you wanted a Giz t-shirt. So here it is, the very first Gizmodo Artist Series t-shirt, designed by former Giz illustrator Wendy MacNaughton. It's available today from BustedTees for $20.
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The shipment for the winning iPads was delayed until next week, so I'm going through the entries now. I will post the winners next week, so have patience, please! There are a whoooooooole lot of what I am sure are all wonderful designs by very talented people, so I gotta give em all my full attention.
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Hey Googlers, congrats on the new handset. If you guys and gals can send us nice, discreet photos and details of the new handset to email@example.com, that would kick ass. And all your fellow readers will thank you. XOXO, Brian.
Congratulations to Neil Morris for coming up with the best productivity gadget out of the submitted entries and winning himself a brand new WowWee Rovio in the process. His concept, dubbed "Chonograhper" helps users keep track of time. They system consists of a wireless, touchscreen tablet that syncs with your…