Give the PlayStation 3 10 years, and I'm sure it'll be inducted into the Zippo game console hall of fame too.
A Brooklyn photographer has engraved mobile phones with slogans that US soldiers scratched onto Zippo lighters during the Vietnam War. The overall message: nothing has changed.
It's designed to look like the iconic lighter but can't get a flame.
The JuiceBuddy resembles a Zippo lighter, one that cleverly hides AC prongs and an iDevice connector. Coming soon for $25.
This slim, lightweight battery pack's Micro-USB plug means it can give a power boost to your phone, e-reader, or other mobile device.
Here's one instance where Willie Sutton's dictum gets it wrong. Following the money leads you to ask the wrong questions.
Memorex announces higher capacity Mega TravelDrive at CES 2007.
When the partner of CNET's Ina Fried insisted on no candles on his birthday cake, she got creative, using an iPod Touch to illuminate things.
SiliconSky GPS unveiled the first GPS-enabled asthma inhaler for the asthma research program.