BMW says touch me, Ford takes mirrors high tech for quiet, the Chevy Volt is off the hook with the Feds, and how much would you pay for Obama's Chrysler 300?
BMW says touch me, Ford takes mirrors high tech for quiet, the Chevy Volt is off the hook with the Feds, and how much would you pay for Obama's Chrysler 300? And we drive the Chrysler 300 SRT8.
Zach Hoeken makes himself a new set of keyboard pants.
The Innov-is 6000D can not only sew, it is also capable of embroidery, quilting, and crafting. But what really sets this machine apart from its competitors are the advanced technologies that aid users in operating it.
Amy Butler pattern to sew your own laptop or iPod case.
Random products you may not expect to find at the 2008 CES
It might be easier just to buy your clothes
The no-frills WriteMaster SE-W164C isn't the fastest DVD burner around, but its decent overall performance and reasonable price make it a solid choice for casual users.
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Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University collaborating with Disney Research have designed a machine that can 3D print in woollen materials.
Celebrate Star Wars Day by making a special cozy for your tablet or phone made out of real Wookiee fur. Well, maybe not real Wookiee fur. Crave's Bonnie Burton shows you how.