It's not exactly Mr. Fusion but it's getting close. All Power Labs in Berkeley, Calif., has built and sold hundreds of gasifiers around the world. The portable power source runs on organic material like corn cobs and coconut shells. But it's not just cleaner burning. Even the waste is good for the planet. All Power Lab's Tom Price shows us how it works.
If you dig the natural aesthetic but don't want a clunky case, Carved's skins are a good alternative.
Motorola's next flagship device could be sold with a variety of colors and finishes, reports a reputable source.
Denmark may be a small European country, but it makes a lot of spectacular high-end speakers, like the Davone Grande.
The John Boos iBlock Cutting Board & Stand makes it easy to use a tablet while cooking. The handy kitchen helper ships with a few protective sleeves to get things rolling.
As classy as all get-out, Gramovox's Bluetooth gramophone takes its inspiration from Magnavox's 1920s-era R3 Horn Speaker.
Lovematically is an app that takes the drudgery out of being a complete and utter ingratiating fake.
The iXoost dock is made from the exhaust pipe of a sports car, and costs up to £6,000. Let's hope Apple don't change the dock.
The Tangent Quattro is a fun gadget with great sound, but its premium price tag will scare off all but the most serious radio enthusiasts.
Twitter takes cooking and craft maven Martha Stewart to task for tweeting food photos that would probably only be appetizing to an undiscriminating pooch.