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Whatâ's the catch (apart from the extraordinarily underpowered internals)? There appears to be none. These are factory seconds or items which have failed quality control tests. They may or may not come with original packaging, and they ship from Hong Kong. Sound risky? C'mon. They're $37.
We've seen our fair share of Samsung Galaxy S phones in the past few weeks, but the Sprint Epic 4G version...
Verizon cast doubt on the future of the Droid Incredible late on Sunday with word that it was steering customers away from the phone.
As part of a two-week workshop on wearable, interactive responses to climate change, Brazilian designers Martina Pagura and Pedro Nakazato Andrade created the W/Air, an oxygen-filtering breathing “necklace” that removes carbon dioxide from the air, stores it in a battery-like device, and then converts it into electricity for later use.
Tom Merritt, of CNET & TWiT fame, has just launched a new show with Revision3. In this episode Tom reveals the gizmos GDGT.com readers are lusting after the most.
The Motorola Droid X takes the crown for the most powerful Android smartphone away from the HTC Droid Incredible.
Last week, San Francisco supervisors approved requirements that cellphone retailers report how much radiation their phones emit. In response, the wireless industry's trade association, the CTIA, has canceled all of its future SF-based tradeshows. And there are signs these concerns could expand beyond cellphones.
Today’s and tomorrow’s GPS navigation units go beyond these core features. So here’s a peek at some current trends and upcoming ones to look for in case you’re saving or shopping for a roadworthy upgrade.
I got my new iPhone 4 this morning, so I've included a number of photos of the process of getting it out of the box and up and running.
Think your iPad is cool? Check out these awesome gadgets that were the envy of all geeks more than 30 years ago.
For many in the blind and visually impaired community, the absence of physical buttons on most smartphones makes interactions with some devices virtually impossible.
A recycled jetliner produces tons of metal and millions of dollars in parts, but a mistake could cost hundreds of lives. Here's how the company that salvaged the plane from "Lost" does its destructive business.
You may not have to wait long for the upcoming Android-powered Droid X, as some careful parsing of the teaser video reveals the massive handset may be coming out July 2.
These sings really do suck.
Now they just need to program them to play soccer.