Utility Extracts Files from iPhone and iPod touch Backups
The cloud storage service can extract text from photos taken with Windows Phone devices, useful for shots of business cards, train schedules, and memos.
A light-up caffeine detection kit lets you tell the difference between a weak cup of joe and a mug of coffee that will make a spoon stand up.
The WriteThat.name plug-in transfers contact info from e-mail signatures to the Outlook address book.
Videos taken at the crime scene could hold important clues. But it's a different kind of fast-forward investigators can now use to review all the footage. CNET's Kara Tsuboi goes face-to-face with facial recognition and surveillance.
The ScenSor DW1000 tunes in to wireless technology to let people locate important items such as medical equipment or even children.
This walnut and aluminum, spaceship-shaped music "box" plays music from "Star Wars" and "Star Trek" on one of its cylinders. And when you're ready to come back down to Earth, you can play classic rock on the other.
Road Trip 2010: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman visited the factory where some of the best ice cream on the planet comes off a conveyor belt at the rate of 250,000 pints a day.
Throw in some steamy, sodden clothes and out comes pure water. It tastes great because you worked for it.
The two will split ownership of the patents, which focus on LTE, 3G, and 4G. Nvidia will license whatever patents it didn't acquire, while IPWireless gets royalty-free access to the patents.