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.
Combination dehumidifier and water-purifier WaterMill creates up to 13 quarts of water a day.
Robot spies. Accident-avoiding vehicles. Drinking water from your freaking dehumidifier! No, it's not the future. It's now. And we're happy to bring you there on this week's Gadgettes.
This software update will make it easier than ever to use Nest products.
A cold-tolerant species of roach is calling New York City home and fueling the nightmares of residents.
Microsoft inks a deal with home energy monitor maker to let people get detailed information on home electricity use without the need for a smart meter.
It's safe to reach for the beans -- Nissan has just dreamed up an advanced air conditioning system that can sniff out and eliminate bad odours
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Monday, May 23.