Gadgets and Gizmos aplenty.
Our personal feelings about 3D-animated reboots aside, Netflix's Inspector Gadget series (premiering March 27th) seems like it might actually have a lot to offer younger viewers who aren't already indoctrinated in the bumbling cyborg's ways. What do you think, friends?Read More
Prepare for a Theme Song Showdown: Disney Launching New DuckTales, Netflix Picks Up Inspector Gadget
No it's too late they're both STUCK IN MY HEAD AT ONCE.
Pictured above: the primary factor that convinced Disney to embark on this new project. Err, the primary factors, I suppose. Such shiny, shiny factors.Read More
Go Go Gadget unnecessary accessories!
Sure. There are probably other reasons to build a glove with an earpiece in the thumb, a microphone in the pinkie, and a Bluetooth connection to your cell phone, but "playing Inspector Gadget" has to be pretty high on that list. Sean Miles is a designer at Designworks, and a presumed Inspector Gadget enthusiast. He's the one responsible for your childhood dreams potentially coming true by building a working glove-phone.Read More
Technology is becoming an increasingly useful and relied-upon tool in combat and other areas of defense, but keeping our gadgets out of the hands of our enemies is also a challenge. Things can get dropped, lost, or stolen, and if that happens DARPA wants to keep our technology from falling into the wrong hands -- by having it self-destruct. This post will self-destruct in five seconds. Just kidding, it won't. At least not until DARPA gives us the technology to do so.Read More