It's the wood that makes it good, or at least better-sounding than plastic or metal housings, according to audiophiles.
BioLite's camping stove combines a fire pit, grill, and gadget-charging station for when you're far away from an outlet.
The Kisai Night Vision Wood watch from Tokyoflash may be one of the most sly timepieces ever invented, masquerading as a blank watch.
The $149.99 Fluance Fi30 is arguably the best wireless Bluetooth speaker we've heard for the money.
Limited-edition headphones made from Bushmills Whiskey casks? We'll drink to that.
Designer Nando Costa has created an experimental abstract stop-motion film by painstakingly laser cutting each frame onto a block of maple wood.
The 4.7-inch Moto X is the first smart phone from Google and Motorola -- and it's a bit wooden.
The Audiophiliac spends some quality time checking out the new Griffin Technology WoodTones, full-size, over-the-ear headphones.
If you are tired of the look of your Apple keyboard, an elegant wooden touch might be the answer.
Synthetic materials are easy to mass produce, which makes them ideal for manufacturing. But every so often, we'll stumble across something spectacular made from that humblest of materials: wood.