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  • n. Plural form of gadget.


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  • The two organizers of the event, Marc Alt and yours truly, kicked off the day with a little background on why we started the conference and why we think that a discussion about environmental sustainability in gadgets is so important right now:

    GREENER GADGETS 2008 WRAP UP | Inhabitat

  • The messaging features offered by both the gadgets is almost same.

    Mm Star | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • Like any self-respecting start page, you can organize all of your widgets (which it calls gadgets) via drag-and-drop and add new gadgets from an enormous library.

  • The only thing that keeps me from drowning in gadgets is that I can’t afford them all.

    A quiz with only one answer

  • The extra buttons on the steering wheel of the MP4-24 operate what he called the gadgets: the adjustable front wing, which the sport's new regulations allow the driver to operate twice per lap in order to alter the handling of the car, and the kinetic energy recovery system, which stores energy normally dissipated during braking and recycles it as an additional boost for the engine, an extra 80 horsepower available at the push of a button for up to six seconds a lap.

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  • If the inconvenience of actually unplugging numerous gadgets is a problem, just plug appliances into a power strip to allow you to turn everything off - really off - with one click of a button.

    Peter Hanlon: National Vampire Awareness Day - Take Two!

  • They do so much more than charge batteries too - mine and my mothers also run other gadgets from a clever power lead so that as the batteries charge, so too can you put some of that power to good use ..

    Top 10 Battery Hacks, Tips, And Tricks | Lifehacker Australia

  • One of the latest gadgets is the Roboquad below, which is one of the latest gifts for men.

    Master Windu | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • This year's Consumer Electronics Show didn't disappoint, as dozens of companies rolled out impressive-looking gadgets from the Palm Pre phone to Panasonic's portable Blu-ray player.

    Cool CES electronics, but will anyone buy them?

  • Funny, it seems that 192 comments speak about the moral side and only one (KeithIrwin) points out the obvious: the statement that they'll never be able to afford such gadgets is very likely just false.

    Advisor: Was it cruel to let poor kids in India play with my iPod? Boing Boing


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