Get a fashionable and functional 2-in-1 accessory for your iPhone with this portable power and case solution now making a run on Kickstarter.
If you're a hard-core CNET fan (of course you are), this week's giveaway provides lots of ways to show your love.
This week, we learn how to build a solar-powered death ray that melts almost anything. A guy gets a Netflix tattoo, but only a one-year free subscription for it. And we meet an alligator with a prosthetic tail.
We've seen a few custom iPad dashboard mounts from the guys at SoundMan car audio. Now Scosche, manufacturer of car audio accessories, is stepping up to the plate and developing its own iPad dashboard mount kit, appropriately and predictably known as the iKit.
Move over, iPhone, one audio manufacturer wants to make the iPad the new go-to infotainment platform.
If you thought the phone companion was a dead concept that only Palm employees have nightmares about, you'd be wrong. Behold the iKit
The rush is on to put iPads in dashboards. Another car may get recalled for sharing a sticky gas pedal with the Prius. If driving while texting is up, are accidents up with it? And we take a ride in the Chrysler Town & Country Limited -- the most TV you'll ever see on the road you'll ever see.
I tried the MediaGate iKit to connect my iPhone to my car's FM radio, preparing to be disappointed. Lo and behold, I got no interference and decent sound quality, even in urban Seattle.