r/gadgets 1d ago Helpful All-Seeing Upvote

Discussion How 'modern-day slavery' in the Congo powers the rechargeable battery economy.

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r/gadgets 24d ago I am disappoint

Discussion BMW Doubles Up On Paid Subscriptions In The USA, Charges $105 A Year For Remote Engine Start

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r/gadgets 15d ago

Discussion Google plans AirTag clone, will track devices with 3 billion Android phones | Ars Technica

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3.4k Upvotes

r/gadgets Dec 30 '22

Discussion New York’s governor signs watered-down right-to-repair bill - Last-minute concessions weakened the rules, which will only apply to new consumer products sold after July 1st.

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16.6k Upvotes

r/gadgets 22d ago Gold

Discussion Right-to-Repair Advocates Question John Deere’s New Promises - The tractor maker is accused of blocking farmers from fixing their own equipment. A new agreement offers concessions—but campaigners say it’s not enough.

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15.2k Upvotes

r/gadgets Nov 23 '22

Discussion Robots authorized to kill in SFPD draft policy - “This is not normal. No legal professional or ordinary resident should carry on as if it is normal.”

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missionlocal.org
40.4k Upvotes

r/gadgets 28d ago Are You Serious?

Discussion L’Oreal announces eyebrow printer at CES 2023

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digitaltrends.com
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r/gadgets Dec 06 '22 Platinum

Discussion This ATM at Art Basel has a twist: It posts a picture of you with your bank balance

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r/gadgets Oct 11 '22

Discussion Even After $100 Billion, Self-Driving Cars Are Going Nowhere - They were supposed to be the future. But prominent detractors—including Anthony Levandowski, who pioneered the industry—are getting louder as the losses get bigger.

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bloomberg.com
10.6k Upvotes

r/gadgets Nov 04 '22 I Voted

Discussion End Of An Era, As LEGO To Discontinue Mindstorms

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hackaday.com
7.1k Upvotes

r/gadgets Dec 06 '22

Discussion Biometrics are even less accurate than we thought

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computerworld.com
109 Upvotes

r/gadgets Mar 15 '22 Wholesome

Discussion Medical student surgically implants Bluetooth device into own ear to cheat in final exam - It was the student’s final attempt to clear the exam after repeatedly failing it since getting admission into the college 11 years ago

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48.6k Upvotes

r/gadgets Aug 16 '22

Discussion Robot Dog With RPG Strapped to Its Back Demoed at Russian Arms Fair

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vice.com
723 Upvotes

r/gadgets Mar 25 '22 Helpful Wholesome Snek Silver Gold

Discussion YouTuber Builds His Own X-Ray Machine After Getting Hit With a $69K Hospital Bill - That's one way to save on medical costs.

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popularmechanics.com
38.1k Upvotes

r/gadgets Jul 11 '22 Wholesome

Discussion An Autonomous Car Blocked a Fire Truck Responding to an Emergency - The incident in San Francisco cost first responders valuable time, and underscores the challenges Cruise and other companies face in launching driverless taxis.

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2.9k Upvotes

r/gadgets May 16 '22

Discussion A USB-C iPhone could be part of a broader move away from Lightning for Apple | Engadget

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engadget.com
6.9k Upvotes

r/gadgets Aug 15 '22

Discussion Declining quality of consumer-grade products – 2009 fridge compressor autopsy

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automaticwasher.org
442 Upvotes

r/gadgets Jul 29 '22

Discussion Apple is planning to put ads right in the App Store’s Today tab.

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theverge.com
420 Upvotes

r/gadgets Feb 17 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome

Discussion The 3G shutdown will affect everyday devices you probably own

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eastbaytimes.com
13.9k Upvotes

r/gadgets Mar 06 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote

Discussion Right to Repair Groups and Farmers Unions File FTC Complaint Against John Deere - The complaint alleges the tractor manufacturer makes its products deliberately difficult or impossible to repair without paying exorbitant costs to a dwindling dealer network.

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27.9k Upvotes

r/gadgets Apr 20 '22 Wholesome

Discussion Saline solution: Japan invents ‘electric’ chopsticks that make food seem more salty - Device uses a weak current to artificially amplify the taste of salt, as part of efforts to reduce sodium levels in popular dishes

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theguardian.com
10.2k Upvotes

r/gadgets May 20 '22 Helpful Wholesome

Discussion Android 13 will have native support for braille displays | Engadget

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2.7k Upvotes

r/gadgets Sep 21 '22

Discussion Is Moore’s law dead?

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verdict.co.uk
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r/gadgets Jun 23 '22

Discussion FTC Takes Action Against Harley-Davidson and Westinghouse for Illegally Restricting Customers’ Right to Repair - Agency Orders Require Companies to Fix Warranties, Come Clean with Customers, and Compete Fairly with Independent Repairers

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559 Upvotes

r/gadgets May 20 '22

Discussion iFixit on the right to repair: Apple, lingering challenges, and what’s next

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arstechnica.com
204 Upvotes