We spend a lot of time playing with gadgets at Gizmodo. A lot! Very few actually impress us, but 2016 did deliver some great gear we actually liked. These are our favorites.
Your phone has an ‘airplane mode’ to cut its signal while you’re flying. The British government is currently planning talks to set up a similar mode for anyone driving a car.
I think it’s time to discuss the major benefits of smartphones, the mobile technology that allows us to communicate with people sitting nine feet away without actually speaking to them.
Yesterday, Apple announced a new iPhone, but if you’re looking to pre-order it this weekend, you may find that it costs $650—a far cry from the $200 it cost on a lot of older phone plans. I have some bad news for you: your phone never cost only $200.
I live in the world’s most famous tech city, surrounded by the most advanced personal electronic devices. None of them, however, grab quite as much attention as my own phone does.
In the giant, all-encompassing list of life’s huge and enormous inconveniences, I would rank “receiving a voicemail” as number one. Death would be number two.
Your favorite smartphone dash mount is $7 off today with promo code V5Z3DI65. It's hard to tell how exactly it works in the picture, but the cradle has a button that automatically snaps the sides closed when you put your phone in place, which is a trick that never gets old.
Despite Harrison Ford's best attempts to enlighten us, Air Force One remains a mysterious place. Pretty much the only time you get to see the inside of the president's awesome airplane is when the White House photographer offers a peek. Ever notice how weird the phones look?
There are a ton of phones out there. A lot of options. That's great, but it can also make for a tough decision. Which one is for you? We've got just the flowchart you need.
Someone was did an amazing job of predicting the future when they put that strange slot in the center of your dash. Spooky. [Reddit]
Did you get a bunch of new gear today? Got some questions about how to use it?
Wait — "may?" You mean... they can do this... now?