We've seen episodes one and two of House of Cards, available only on Netflix from tomorrow. Here's our verdict.
By popular demand, I release upon the Gadgettes masses a comprehensive collection of every single segment drop used on the show.
Tom Merritt joins us to discuss the many ways that technology is conspiring to kill us all.
Most of the time, you get everything BUT the kitchen sink. But being that we're the Gadgettes, we've decided you deserve a little something extra. So we decided to give you a kitchen sink too.
If it involves celebrities and technology, chances are we want to unfriend immediately. That's just the type of mood we're in today.
I hope you are sitting, and not standing, for this is in fact the final episode of Gadgettes. Yes, it sucks. But the show will always live on in the archives. Before you start re-listening to every single past episode, enjoy our final sendoff where we (appropriately) cover nearly all of the segments from the show.
Lenovo and Alienware bring long-awaited laptops to market, Dell sees pink with its new XPS laptops, and HP proves the existence of a once-theoretical circuit element: it's the week in laptops!
This episode is all about your hands. So put you clammy, pudgy, baby-like ham hands together for these handy gadgets.
What used to be romantic tends to be seen as just plain creepy these days. And quite possibly somewhat stalker-ish too. So we do what we always do when it comes to gadgets that have the potential of abuse... we mock them.
This show starts out as the Recycle, Reduce, Reuse Episode. Shortly into the show, we realize how poorly thought out a theme that was. Wow, it's been a long break.