gadgetry gadgetry  /ˈɡæ dʒə tri/

Definition(s):

  • (n) appliances collectively

Usage(s):

  1. But acquiring culinary gadgetry was easy compared with creating it, and Arnold quickly proved himself a gifted inventor.
  2. The power bricks we have to haul around to keep our electronic gadgetry charged are the balls and chains of the 21st century road warrior.
  3. For a starter kit, the NXT box I cracked open was packed with some pretty high-tech gadgetry.

News

  1. Cure for common codes: Devil is in details for open-source auto technology

    Dustin Walsh - The technology creeping into the modern car contains millions of lines of programming code, some of which is open-source -- a free license to a software's blueprint. And that creates fine-print legal issues among the myriad of programs and coding that are all working to power the latest automotive gadgetry.
    on June 23, 2013     Source: Crain's Detroit Business

  2. NMEA 2000 tech advances aid fishing

    As the electronic gadgetry continues to improve on our boats and we continue to upgrade our electronics, there needed to be an installation standard and format so we could easily add technology to our
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Scottsboro Daily Sentinel

  3. LG Launches 29-inch 21:9 TV and All-in-one PC

    LG is a giant among mass producers of electronic gadgetry that you just can’t hold a candle up to. It is especially renowned for its round “G” face with an “L” for a nose at its center. The combined...        
    on June 19, 2013     Source: I4U

Quotes

  1. Faulks said the Bond of the books "is that much more vulnerable. He doesn't rely on gadgetry or superhero tactics or techniques. He relies on his own resourcefulness."
    on May 28, 2007 By: Sebastian Faulks Source: News1130

  2. "There's hardly any equipment on stage because a serious band don't require vast amounts of electronic gadgetry -- there's no fake, there's no nonsense," Lydon added at the London launch of a DVD of the Sex Pistols tour in 2007. "The songs...
    on Jul 3, 2008 By: Johnny Rotten Source: Reuters India

  3. "I have no problems with technology that assists in helping umpires adjudicate correctly on run-outs and stumpings, but I am afraid 'Hawk-Eye' and his mate, the 'snickometer', are pure gadgetry," Lillee says.
    on Jan 2, 2008 By: Dennis Lillee Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

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