"Gadgets" Blogs & Blog Posts

GizmodoGizmodo

Covering tech and gadgets

 
Gadget LabGadget Lab

Wired.com's eye on gadgets

 
GajitzGajitz

Gajitz is an interactive archive of innovations past, present and futuristi...

 
Life HackerLife Hacker

Tips and tricks on maximizing your life

 
idreamelectricidreamelectric

Design, photography, games, gadgets and life

 
Ideas and ReviewsIdeas and Reviews

My blog is my venue for expression of anything I encounter from day to day ...

 
EngadgetEngadget

Latest gadget and tech news

 


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Humans already find it unnerving enough when extremely alien-looking robots are kicked and interfered with, so one can only imagine how much worse it will be when they make unbroken eye contact and mirror your expressions while you heap abuse on them...

The BitFi crypto wallet was supposed to be unhackable and none other than famous weirdo John McAfee claimed that the device – essentially an Android-based mini tablet – would withstand any attack. Spoiler alert: it couldn’t. First,...

While the field of VR headsets used to be more or less limited to Oculus and Vive, numerous competitors have sprung up as the technology has matured — and some are out to beat the market leaders at their own game. StarVR's latest headset brings eye...

Most materials bulge out when you squeeze them, pushing the energy outside. But that's not always what you want -- wouldn't it sometimes be better for them to collapse and hold the energy inside? These exotic materials (known as auxetics)...

The support shared among readers in the comments section is one of the things we love most about the Engadget community. Over the years, we've known you to offer sage advice on everything from Chromecasts and cameras to drones and smartphones. I...

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Welcome to the weekend! NASA pushed back the launch of its solar probe, and we're reminiscing over the good old days of MoviePass.

Auxetics are materials that store energy internally rather than bulging out. In this way they can store more energy when squeezed or struck and disperse it more regularly. Historically, however, these materials have had sharp corners that could break...