Thanks to Jason for writing such a wonderful tribute, and thanks to Brian, Wilson, Mark, Adam, Jesus, Addy, Matt, Haroon, Sean, Adrian, Benny and all the stellar Gizmodo and Gawker crew for an enjoyable two years and 4484 posts at Gizmodo. I'd especially like to thank the great readers and commenters who make all this… » 1/29/08 6:06pm 1/29/08 6:06pm

Wireless HDTV Proliferates Across CES Show Floor

Blasting HDTV from one place to another without wires is a revolutionary concept that made evolutionary strides at CES 2008. We found numerous companies showing the technology that's able to move luscious HDTV video either across the room, or in some instances, through walls and around the house. » 1/11/08 1:00pm 1/11/08 1:00pm

Pull Your Dog's Hair Out with the Pet Furminator

Dog or cat hair problems? The Pet Furminator somehow gets to the undercoat where hair is matted, leaving the shiny topcoat untouched. Looks like a great way to solve that problem of furballs and hairs sticking to everything in your abode, including you. Or, you could solve the problem by just not living with a bunch… » 1/11/08 11:47am 1/11/08 11:47am

Even More Booth Babes from CES 2008

You're telling us you can't get enough of the booth babedom, so we found a few more shots from the letches at Think Computers. Check out this drop-dead gorgeous woman here up front, along with two more on the next page—but you'll have to mosey on over to the Think Computers site for 29 more. » 1/11/08 11:16am 1/11/08 11:16am

Photo Light Skateboard Enables 24-Hour SK8 Fanaticism

Okay SK8rZ, save up your mom's pennies, because here comes the Photo Light Skateboard, lighting up sidewalks and metal stair railings with enough LEDs to illuminate that Christmas tree sitting on the curb. Between 29 and 54 LEDs draw attention to you, but it'll cost you $110 to $200 for the privilege of riding atop… » 1/11/08 10:34am 1/11/08 10:34am

Tata Nano Isn't a Music Player or Tits, Nay, It's a $2500 Car

The words "Tata Nano" have nothing to do with tiny music players, but the car going by that name's price and size are still nearly small enough to dance on the head of a pin. Introduced in India for $2500, another feature of the car worthy of the word "nano" is probably going to be the amount of time until it needs to… » 1/11/08 10:29am 1/11/08 10:29am

Garmin to Roll Out 'Bobcat' GPS Software at Macworld

Garmin's trying to catch some of the Apple buzz for the upcoming Macworld next week, code-naming its latest software project "Bobcat" and being all secretive about it and stuff. There's no indication of what the software will do, but all guesses are welcome. We'll go first: How about some GPS action for the iPhone?… » 1/11/08 8:57am 1/11/08 8:57am

Aaron Broder, Kid Reporter, Blitzes CES, Gets the Scoops

Meet Aaron Broder, the 14-year-old reporter and member of the Scholastic Kids Press Corps. He's covering CES from start to finish. Chaperoned by his mom, the resourceful young man convinced the CES suits to bend the "no one under 16, no exceptions" rule to grant him a press pass. Good move, because after all, there… » 1/10/08 12:37pm 1/10/08 12:37pm

Cute Model Demos Starry Night Luxo-Bed

Come along on a bed tour, where this Starry Night Sleep Technology Bed by Leggett & Platt can run as high as $50,000, depending on how you configure it. Plug in your iPod (it's not quite ready for the iPhone, even though it will fit), trick it out with 2K watts of subwoofer/fanny-rattling power, or team it up with… » 1/10/08 8:00am 1/10/08 8:00am

Moneual I*magine HTPC Looks Purdy, Steals Our Hearts

This little orb is a Moneual I*magine home theater PC, packed with a Core 2 Duo 2.2GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, HDMI output and a 500GB hard drive for all your fave music or movies. The big draw here is the design, a matter of taste but we think it's beautiful. We also like the responsiveness of that touchscreen, and… » 1/10/08 7:00am 1/10/08 7:00am

Elite Portable Floor-Rising Screen is Pure Magic

Good lord, look at this Elite Portable Floor-Rising Screen that's motorized. Carry it around with you, make it rise with its magic motors, and impress all those superficial suits on your next presentation road trip. Or, keep it right at home, take off that easily-removed handle, and it looks like it's a permanent… » 1/10/08 6:00am 1/10/08 6:00am

Eyes On the Mitsubishi HC4900U, Cheapest 1080p Projector in the World

How much 1080p projector can you get for $1995? We took a close look at the Mitsubishi HC4900U, selling for $2495 with a $500 rebate until the end of this month (but company reps whisper that might go on indefinitely), and are happy to report that you get your money's worth with the lowest-priced 1080p projector in… » 1/10/08 3:43am 1/10/08 3:43am

Weather Direct 4-Day Audio Weather Forecaster is Internet-Powered

What is it? In addition to being a plain ol' indoor/outdoor thermometer kit, the Weather Direct 4-Day Audio Weather Forecaster has an internet connection (through a proprietary wireless link interface) to download weather predictions for the next three days. Add text-to-voice email capability (it actually reads the… » 1/09/08 1:55pm 1/09/08 1:55pm

Monster Cable iCableLink Adapts Proper Earphones with iPhone

Monster Cable, the cablemonger that never saw an $80 cable worth $7 it didn't like, reaches deep downmarket with iCableLink, letting you use a proper set of earphones with your iPhone instead of the included stock iPod buds. Uncharacteristically, it's reasonably priced.
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iRiver iAMOLED Hands On

We got our hands on that pretty iRiver iAMOLED Photo Tank, and it's plenty handy. The only problem is, the most appealing aspect of it is its active matrix OLED (AMOLED) screen, and in this mockup, it wasn't working yet. The real thing won't see the light of day until Q3, but until then, we'll just ogle this gallery… » 1/09/08 10:44am 1/09/08 10:44am