In 1950, former Royal Air Force officer Tony Sale built a 6-foot-tall humanoid robot, one of Britain's first, from the scraps of a crashed bomber. After spending 45 years stored in a garage, it's walking just fine.
We were excited when we heard that George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road would feature the biggest, craziest car stunts ever. But filming was delayed over the summer, and now it's been put off another year. Is this film doomed?
Handset maker HTC and GPS giant Garmin have found themselves in the middle of an ugly war. This time the fight it isn't in courts over patents or trademarks—instead the battle is on the roads of the Tour de France.
After narrowly losing the Battlemodo finale, the Altec Lansing IMV712 was angry, pissed even. A split decision loss wasn't what the heavyweight had in mind as we called a few extra low blows on behalf of the lightweight champion, the Griffin Amplifi.
Given the huge number of iPod docking stations on the market, you better have some special features to win a spot on Gizmodo's mantle (and justify a $499 pricetag). This MacWorld Best of Show winner, which is in no way connected with Vandelay Industries but made by Chestnut Hill Sound, certainly stands out. Along…
Many of you already know how we feel about the HTC Universal. Now the fine, fine folks at HTC have decided that instead of the obviously flat name of HTC Universal, its new "do everything" tri-band smartphone will henceforth been known as the IMate JASJAR. Not even George Lucas could think up such a silly…