American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A person who designs, builds, or delights in the use of gadgets.
- n. someone interested in, or owning a lot of, gadgets
- n. a person who delights in designing or building or using gadgets
- gadget + -eer (Wiktionary)
“The self-described "gadgeteer" warns that mobile medicine may not work as well for the "non-techie, non-geeky kind of doctor" and that he still has concerns about privacy, physician workload, payment plans, diagnostic accuracy and medical-legal risks.”
“His corporate second-in-command and all purpose gadgeteer Lucius Fox is appalled, objecting that this is too much power for one man to wield.”
“He's been identified early on as a genius gadgeteer, so he builds elaborate machines to automate the services of a dog hotel with an ever-expanding guest register.”
“As you enter a nondescript building at Microsoft Headquarters in Redmond, Washington, you are met with enough cutting edge technology to make any gadgeteer gleeful.”
“Related stories iTeddy MP3 Player for the little gadgeteer”
“A lot of it has to do with the art, but the crazy story is great too, and uses Batman as a detective, a gadgeteer, a fistfighter, and a superhero.”
“Watch the last 2 Steve Jobs presentations for Apple New Product Releases (Motorola Itunes Phone, Black Ipod Nano, Itunes 4. 9-5.1, Harry Potter Audio Books Exclusive, Ipod Video, Skinnier Imac 20 Media Centre, Lost + Desperate Housewives on Ipod day after they are on TV for $1.99) - The Nano has barely been out a month and its a household name, at least where there is a teenager, or geek gadgeteer at heart.”
“The three guys between the gals are a gamer teenager, a digital gadgeteer, and an executive with computers integral to how he does business.”
“Dan Dubno, a gadgeteer who hosts the annual Gadgetoff, the premier competition for gadget inventors, in New York, and who introduced the developers of satellite maps to Google, calls the maps a gadget.”
“Allen the gadgeteer has created a Java app, available for download to a Motorola i88s phone that records your position and uploads the info to a web site every two minutes.”
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