It wasn't that long ago cars didn't even have headrests. but today's cars are a much safer spot for your neck. Brian Cooley tells you why.
Plus: Save $100 on a mobile breathalyzer that pairs with your smartphone. That's two Cheapskate exclusives in one handy post!
Just answer one simple question and you'll be entered to win both the Mini and a sweet Bracketron accessory bundle.
Vizualogic brings Android to the back seat with its upcoming rear-seat entertainment system.
This exotically named mount and stand lets you stick your iPad to anything and easily take it off again, thanks to the magic of magnets.
At CES 2011, Audiovox embeds Android OS into a headrest monitor, enabling backseat web browsing and media streaming.
Rear-seat entertainment makes a leap forward with Audiovox's Android-powered headrest monitor.
The humble headband gets an upgrade to become the Relax Ally, a sleeping device that keeps your head in the upright and locked position.
Sit back, relax, and type in comfort with this ergonomic split keyboard. Just don't nod off.
The HapSeat can mimic a multimillion-dollar full-motion flight simulator.