The new Gibson Firebird X may be the geekiest guitar ever made. It has Bluetooth, a software package, RoboHead tuners, and an onboard brain stocked with sounds and effects.
Northrop Grumman's Firebird can be flown manned or unmanned, which may allow it to use civil airspace.
Nokia is eastbound and down, loaded up and truckin' with the 6-inch Bandit, tipped to be the first quad-core, 1080p Windows Phone.
These eyes in the sky are tethered to their controllers, giving them virtually unlimited power. They could be used by military and police.
The 1980s promised us many things, and key amongst them was a future filled with talking cars. And while many cars today can ask us "What temperature?" or "Track number, please", none can hold a candle to Knight Industries Two Thousand (KITT), from the 1982 TV series Knight Rider.
Regular old guitars get a makeover with NeckFX, a replacement neck full of multicolored LEDs designed to shine while you shred.
For the final installment of my tribute to the most bad assed American automobiles, we take racing to the streets and the drag strip with the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am!
The Yamaha THR amp is a digital guitar-modeling amp disguised as a tube amp, complete with the iconic orange glow of sizzling hot tubes.
HP's Firebird 803 brings the influence of its Voodoo PC acquisition to the mainstream with a compelling design, admirable power efficiency, and strong bang-for-the-buck.
HP's Firebird gaming desktop takes some risks by eliminating a major upgrade path, but in exchange you get a stylish, feature-rich PC with remarkable power efficiency.