Some articles on gadgets, gadget:

List Of Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards - Deck Types - Gadgets
... allow players to search for relevant Gadget monsters ... They are Green Gadget, Red Gadget and Yellow Gadget ... Each of the Gadgets can search each other from the player's deck ...
Moeyo Ken (anime) - The Mobile Shinsengumi - Gennai Hiraga
... resident mad doctor who builds new weapons and gadgets to aid the team in stopping unlicensed monsters from destroying Tokyo ... Most of his gadgets are useless and/or dangerous, such as the digging machine fueled by monsters' power ... However, he is an excellent cook and a few of his gadgets are actually useful ...
Liz Bonnin - Biography - Career
... She is also the presenter of the show 'GADGETS GADGETS GADGETS', Currently broadcasted on Indian Television Channel "TOPPER LEARNING" ...
Speed Racer (1996 Video Game) - Gameplay
... performance of the car and the fact that the player can use all the gadgets of the anime Mach 5 ... The gadgets can be used to "shunt" other cars (even with the Cutter, the cars only bounce and there is no damage in the game), take shotcuts (by cutting trees and passing under lakes), etc ... are simple and the player switches over the gadgets and the camera wiews ...
Batteries Not Included (TV Series)
... a British comedy programme showcasing the world's strangest gadgets ... featured a rotating panel of contributing celebrities (mainly comedians) who tested out the gadgets and brought on their own favourite gadgets to discuss ...

Famous quotes containing the word gadgets:

    Man is by nature a pragmatic materialist, a mechanic, a lover of gadgets and gadgetry; and these are qualities that characterize the “establishment” which regulates modern society: pragmatism, materialism, mechanization, and gadgetry. Woman, on the other hand, is a practical idealist, a humanitarian with a strong sense of noblesse oblige, an altruist rather than a capitalist.
    Elizabeth Gould Davis (b. 1910)

    Modern man, if he dared to be articulate about his concept of heaven, would describe a vision which would look like the biggest department store in the world, showing new things and gadgets, and himself having plenty of money with which to buy them. He would wander around open-mouthed in this heaven of gadgets and commodities, provided only that there were ever more and newer things to buy, and perhaps that his neighbors were just a little less privileged than he.
    Erich Fromm (1900–1980)