Crave looks at a new technology that redefines the concept of the traditional battery. In other words, this ain't your pappy's AA.
Chamtech's spray-on antenna uses a nano material to provide a low-power boost to antenna range. The wireless-in-a-can product may some day bring an end to unsightly cell towers.
Cleaning your camera’s body, lens, and sensor requires only a handful of items and some care.
Traditional batteries may never be the same again since Tetherboard displayed its working Tethercell prototype at CES 2013. It embeds Bluetooth into a traditional AA battery form.
One of these stackable USB power packs is enough to charge your phone and tablet; seven gives you a mini power station.
Billed as the first of its kind, Exovolt lets you build a tower of power for gadgets on the go.
Continuous ring lights usually cost at least a few hundred dollars, but one resourceful videographer made his own for a relative pittance.
We know the hectic holiday season can eat up your free time, so we've rounded up this week's hottest Crave stories in one handy post. You're welcome.
A Chinese student who can't afford to buy the real thing builds his girlfriend an iPad from scratch. It's not entirely identical, given that it's adorned with pretty little rhinestones around the outside.
3M's sticky window solar films are cheaper than traditional solar panels and can generate enough power to juice small electronics.