There are many drying methods to turn to, if you've dropped your phone in the toilet or spilled a beer on your MP3 player. We put one of them, the Bheestie Bag, to the test.
The Bheestie bag is used to remove day-to-day moisture from electronic devices, but has the potential to dry and revive soaked electronics. We tried it out.
The sploosh your smartphone makes when it hits the water doesn't have to be the last sound it ever hears. Dry-All's Wet Smartphone Emergency Kit uses a heavy-duty dehumidifier to dry out wet phones in six hours.
Get schooled by CNET editor Jasmine France. This week she gives advice on keeping your gadgets protected against temperature extremes, moisture, and more.
When your phone takes a dive into the bath, you'll need a solution -- fast. Keep these tips in mind for when it happens.
Not everything in today's show is about the "lady parts." That doesn't stop it from being awkward for the gents who might be listening. Not to mention, the gent who helped produce the show.