Gadgets – those glorious pieces of hardware which we covet so much. From mobile phones to laptops, cameras to kitchen tools, we cover ‘em here on Giz UK. Check this hub-page for all manner of news about these bank account-rinsing objects of desire.
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Simpler and faster and better, and works on the desktop too.
You'd have to be a smeghead to buy this
This plane has KFC buckets instead of wings, and it flies remarkably well. Read More >>
There’s something about combining Lego and old Macintosh computers that is just irresistible for hobbyists.
What better way to celebrate 100 years of (mostly) success than with the release of a Swarovski crystal version of one of its most iconic products?
Being on location isn't always possible as a photographer, so what can you do instead? Bring the location to you, of course. Or build it... in miniature.
It needs to be submitted to Lego Ideas so we can all have the chance of owning one.
These aren’t just any flip flops. They have a special chip inside of them that makes them smart. Allegedly.
Essentially, it's a notebook chassis that can accept either a phone, which becomes a high-tech trackpad, or a tablet that acts as a touchscreen.
The good folks at Bozena Security Systems know that the future is made of armoured plating and riot gear.
There are contraptions on the market you can attach to a wine bottle to counteract this effect, but Daniel Perlman wanted to solve the problem, at its source, once and for all.
Before impact the system is able to refine its trajectory tracking and reposition the board as many as 100 times to ensure the dart hits the bullseye.
Potential uses are limited at best, but we think the real potential is in the possibility of adapting the Touch controllers for uses that haven't even been dreamed up yet.
It's finally happened. We have peaked as a species. This is it, this is the best we are ever going to do. Nothing will beat Lego tape.
If Drew ever hands you one of his business cards, drop everything and find yourself a record player.
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