New research from Korea suggests the filters from cigarettes could someday help bring more efficient energy storage to our computers and smartphones.
Technically Incorrect: If you see a spider on your car as you're filling up, taking your lighter out and trying to burn the spider to death is not scientifically optimum.
The truth is still out there & FBI agents Mulder and Scully plan on uncovering it in this new footage, which includes flashbacks, explosions, familiar faces and a possible dead alien, from the upcoming "X-Files" revival show.
From the Cheapskate: A must-have for every road warrior, this cigarette-lighter adapter also includes two 2.1-amp USB ports. But can you trust the user reviews?
From the Cheapskate: This top-rated drive -- a perfect upgrade for laptops and desktops alike -- retails for $250.
Technically Incorrect: The comedian takes to his HBO show to excoriate the sharing economy as nothing more than the desperate economy, where Americans are merely trying to adapt to increasing inequality.
A new multi-functioning device purportedly lets users get their nicotine fix, make phone calls, and stream MP3s.
A new ad for NJoy e-cigarettes treads very close to suggesting that e-cigarettes are somehow healthier than your Marlboros. Yes, it even uses the line "friends don't let friends smoke."
Finally, a decent option for recharging your mobile gadgets while you're on the road.
HEPA air filters promise to take nasty things out of the air, removing cigarette smoke, pollen and other irritants. How do they do this? Appliance Science looks at how HEPA air filters work, and how to tell the real from the fake.