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Widget

A generic term for any product, especially a manufactured product. It is used in text books and academic papers to provide an example without using specifics.
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For example, when scavengers burn some of the gadgets in search of metals such as copper, the fumes with all their impurities mix with the air.
Pick and drop service facility facilitates easy repair of gadgets, where the product is picked from the customer's location, diligently repaired and send back to the customer.
Carl Carter, Voyager deputy managing director, said: "Many holidaymakers nowadays travel abroad with expensive gadgets to entertain themselves while they relax, but many don't realise that some of the latest high value gadgets may not be insured on a standard travel insurance policy, nor on their household insurance.
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And brand new gadget designs and devices - not yet on the high street - can also be discovered in the Future Tech Project.
For example, the graph consisting only of one 2-edge gadget is in 1-2WEIGHT, as seen before, but it is easy to check that it is not in 0-1WEIGHT.
Delhi has topped the list of India's top 10 gadget cities followed by IT city Bengaluru.
Around 280 companies are expected to exhibit at the event, which features a wide range of different gadgets, and an area devoted to the latest in video game technology.
FROM APPEALING TO MEN TO "TONGS with teeth," the next generation of food preparation tools and gadgets have both style and substance.
FatWire Gadget Server uses the power of gadgets to help organizations:
Web Experience Management (WEM) solutions provider FatWire Software announced on Wednesday two new products, FatWire Community Server and FatWire Gadget Server.
Social gadgets let you share, collaborate and play games with your friends on top of all the things you can already do on your homepage," Google vice president of search products and user experience Marissa Mayer and iGoogle product manager Rose Yao said in a joint message posted online.