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With its swiveling camera mount and high tech specs, the Oppo N1 is easily today's most innovative smartphone that most people haven't heard of.
In-N-Out Burger's iOS app is helpful when you get that In-N-Out urge.
The MeeGo-based smartphone will set consumers back 480 to 560 euros--that's $649 to $755--depending on the version they're after.
Today at Cedia, Sony announced the SMP-N200, the successor to its original "Netbox," the SMP-N100.
Barnes & Noble is now offering a major firmware update--version 1.5--for its Nook e-reader that offers feature and performance enhancements.
The first round of voting in our joyous Greatest Gadget of the 21st Century tournament is over and some mighty tech just couldn't quite cut the mustard.
Vodafone has announced the Nokia N8 will ship to those who have pre-ordered on 22 October, while you can buy the BlackBerry Torch now.
Nokia's Symbian platform will make way for MeeGo on its flagship N-Series models, with the older system to power the company's mid-tier products in the future.
Ubisoft is doing away with paper manuals, which means gaming n00bs will be forever stuck in virtual corners trying to figure out the right button combination for re-load. Also, Apple wants its secret iPhone back and Molly just wants you to know that next time you find a top-secret prototype in a bar, you should call her instead of Gizmodo. Oh, and if you want porn, buy an Android phone, says Steve Jobs. Good day for Android.