A small mechanical device or tool, esp. an ingenious or novel one
a state-of-the-art kitchen with every conceivable gadget
appliance: a device or control that is very useful for a particular job
A gadget is a small technological object (such as a device or an appliance) that has a particular function, but is often thought of as a novelty. Gadgets are invariably considered to be more unusually or cleverly designed than normal technological objects at the time of their invention. ...
GADGET is a freely available code for cosmological N-body/SPH simulations written by Volker Springel at the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics. The name is an acronym of "GAlaxies with Dark matter and Gas intEracT".
Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers is an American animated series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation. Created by Tad Stones and Alan Zaslove, it featured the established Disney characters Chip 'n Dale in a new setting. ...
In computer science and computational complexity theory, gadgets are often used to construct reductions from one problem to another. Each element of the first problem is converted to a gadget built from elements of the second problem. ...
This is a list of characters in the Suikoden series of video games who have appeared in more than one game of the main series (not including spin-offs). It is organized both alphabetically and by game of first appearance.
The "gadget" was the code-name given to the first nuclear explosive developed under the Manhattan Project during World War II, which was tested at the Trinity test site on July 16, 1945. ...
a thing whose name cannot be remembered; thingamajig, doohickey; any device or machine, especially one whose name cannot be recalled. Often either clever or complicated
(Gadgets) Gadget is a special application for users who want to participate, which will be the advantage of Google's OpenSocial platform. As this analogy would like iGoogle gadgets or Facebook application.
(Gadgets) Can exist in a Scene to show certain information. Eonfusion provides the Scale, Sun and Moon gadget and Velocity gadget. See Gadgets for more information.
(Gadgets) Clock, radio, PC, arrival/departure board at an airport, stock ticker, PDA, PMP, informational posters/fliers/billboards.
(Gadgets) Computer and IT buffs will be in their element in Bangkok as there are two large IT malls, namely Fortune Town (on Rachadapisek Road) and Panthip Plaza (on Petchaburi Road). ...
(Gadgets) Let me entertain you
(Gadgets) STC appliances are not like consumer goods, and are far more 'industrial' and built to last. They come with all the gubbins needed for recycling waste, or at least prepare waste for other recycling systems. ...
(Gadgets) This well known word was originally the nautical name for hooks, and derives from the French "Gache."
(gadgets) small machine or other mechanical tools
The Gadget was built to test the implosion design. It was placed atop a 100 foot tower and detonated at 5:29:45 am on July 15, 1945. It had a yield of 19 kilotons
A small application intended to run in the Windows Vista or Win7 Sidebar, such as a calendar, calculator, or stock-ticker.
[JP 1-02] (DoD) Radar equipment. (Type of equipment may be indicated by a letter as listed in operation orders.) May be followed by a color to indicate state of jamming. Colors will be used as follows:
Fire control radar / Emitter of radar equipment.
A metal rod with a spring clip that grips the foot of a vessel and so avoids the use of a pontil. Gadgets were first used in the late 18th century.
An alternative version of certain widgets derived from the Primitive class. Unlike widgets, gadgets do not require the internal creation of a window for each instance. Use of gadgets instead of widgets may or may not be advantageous, depending on your system.
A tool for holding the foot of a glass, so a punty does not have to be used, speeding work. (GGW) a tube with three spring steel "fingers" that extend. May also be a special tool for a specific shape, as inside a production vase for footing (GGNJ) Gimmick
A device displayed in Windows Sidebar that provides constantly updated information, such as the time.