This is what Nikon said in its Facebook page 15 hours ago: "A photographer is only as good as the equipment he uses, and a good lens is essential to taking good pictures!" Apparently, photographers with no Nikon equipment are shit:
So apparently defunct satellites blithely falling from the sky is a thing now. After last week's UARS debacle, the now-defunct German Roentgen Satellite (ROSAT) is scheduled to crash to Earth in late October or early November.
Harry Hill's TV Burp, literally the only thing worth watching on ITV for the last decade, could be in trouble, courtesy of reports that Harry Hill is set to walk away from the show.
Samsung and Google will be announcing Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) on October 11th. Here's an alleged video of it, from a guy who supposedly got the phone from eBay. The flavor of this ice cream is probably bullshit.
"Oh great! A new tech thing has been announced in America for a surprisingly affordable price! Can't wait to... oh"
Let’s face facts: Samsung’s Galaxy S II is blazin’. Running on a 1.2GHz Exynos processor, it bodes well for the next Exynos chip, which Samsung just announced.
Pay close attention to this video or you'll miss Tag Heuer's new Mikrotimer Flying 1000 in action. The new concept watch is the most accurate mechanical chronograph ever.
In an attempt to remind us that We7 exists, We7 has created an interactive map of the UK’s most-streamed music. Aping the iconic London tube map, it shows the artists most-streamed in the six most-generic genres.
I do love that the Amazon-owned Lovefilm is using the latest Twilight film as a selling-point for the iPad app’s launch. No longer are we tethered by streaming through PS3/PC, or waiting for the DVDs to arrive.
When Nokia shucked 6,000 jobs back in April, it was looked upon as the worst round of redundancies not just for the Finnish company, but for any companies. Today, a further 3,500 people have faced the guillotine.
Crazy; ingenious; amazing and why-didn’t-I-think-of-that? Yep, it’s that time of year again — the Dyson Award shortlist has been drawn up, and needs your vote.
It looks like the days of being promised broadband connections massively faster than our creaky cables can handle are numbered, thanks to a new Advertising Standards Agency guide on what broadband companies can and can't promise their customers.
So. This is Gizmodo UK’s new home. We hope the sofa is plush enough for you, and the fridge stocked with enough sensory delights. Some of you may be US readers and wondering how the hell you ended up here, or have other burning questions. Come on in:
Now, this is perhaps more of a PR stunt than an actual product, but Samsung and bike specialist 14 Bike Co will actually make you one of these if you happen to like the idea.
Looking like something out of Iron man, those crazy cats at Tokyo Flash are at it again, but for this time it’s touchable. The Kisai Rogue Touch features four ‘hot-zones’ instead of buttons and even has slide to unlock.
Leaked images of ASUS' slinky U46 laptop have fallen into my inbox, and while the sender didn't provide any details with the snapshots, we've managed to identify it as the fabled U46; a non-Ultrabook machine that's just 27mm thick.