Less is more especially if it means charging and syncing without a cable. You can do that with BuQu Tech's Magentyze Charging System.
If Otterbox were to make an Ironman case, it could be based on its Armor Series. The Armor Series is overkill for most folks, but if you need a rugged case, this Otterbox is an easy recommendation.
The iPhone 5 is another hot seller and it is big news for accessory manufacturers.
This is especially good news for case makers since about 78 percent of iPhone owners buy cases.
Speck smartphone cases are among the most popular and with good reason.
Speck applies the same basic design to its line which includes not just stylish cases, but also one with a folding kickstand and a cardholder. All have a hard plastic structure that surrounds the screen with a minimal, but effective bezel to help prevent facedown scratches - or worse.
The Yellow Jacket is the vision of violent crime victim Seth Froom. After being robbed, Froom set out to do something about it and launched the project.
The stun gun case that protects you and your iPhone can be armed to defend with a 650,000 volt blast in less than two seconds. Also, if you find your iPhone's battery in danger of expiring, the external battery can provide additional 20 hours of standby.
The Yellow Jacket is over halfway, but still short of its fundraising goal at Indiegogo. The case is expected to retail for $125, but it can be pre-ordered at $100.
I think Froom may be short-sighted on his creation though. Think of the gaming potential! It could take haptic feedback to the next step.
I'm super-slammed this morning, but I wanted to share this gallery of a few new interesting cases for the fresh iPad.
Starting today, Dec. 26, Whole Foods is offering its wine for 20 percent off when you buy a case.
Think New Year's Eve. Or special occasions throughout 2012. You can select different bottles to make a case.
If you're a wine drinker, this is a pretty nice discount.
Sale ends Sunday, Jan. 1.
A UNC-Chapel Hill journalism professor has been named the state's professor of the year.
Chris Roush was honored by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. He received his award Thursday at a ceremony in Washington D.C.
Roush is the Walter E. Hussman Sr. Distinguished Scholar in business journalism and the founding director of the Carolina Business News Initiative.
Last year, Roush was honored with the Scripps Howard Foundation National Journalism Teacher of the Year award.
Have you cased up on your iPhone 4? Even if you have one already, how protected is your device from a drop?
A unique case for laptops 13-15" the BookBook is unlike any other.