A high failure rate forces me to re-examine the "value" of cheapie cables, at least for iPhones.
British mobile maker Kazam fashions sequels to its first phones, adding 4G to its top-end Thunder 2.
No more worrying about how you're going to sync or charge your phone. This clever case has the cable built right in.
Chinese researchers have done the seemingly impossible: observed and recorded an instance of ball lightning completely by accident. And it bodes well for a decade-old theory about the nature of the conundrum.
This keychain-friendly cable goes where you go for convenient charging and syncing of your iDevice. A Micro-USB version is in the works as well.
On this week's episode, jellyfish shut down a nuclear power plant in Sweden, while Google's Project Loon rides the wind and Nokia tries charging smartphones with lightning.
Jellyfish shut down a nuclear power plant in Sweden, Google's Project Loon rides the wind, and Nokia tries charging smartphones with lightning.
Scientists at the UK's University of Southampton have harnessed the power of artificial lightning bolts to charge a Nokia Lumia 925. Nokia Lumia 925, we hereby dub thee "Adam."
The Midas touch comes to the humble cable: A new Kickstarter project called Juicies+ aims to sell gold-tinted Lightning cables at $18 a piece.
When one of your kids says, "I hope we get struck by lightning" and then you are, you'd better be filming. This footage offers the scary realities of getting nature to knock your car out, while recharging your gadgets.