Gizmodo reader Codi Bonney had a cool idea to stop the paint of his iPhone 5 to chip off: take the whole thing off. "I'm still working on sanding it, this is what I've got so far," he said in his email. It looks pretty neat.See what I mean? The phone looks cool from the top, but the back is not that nice. 
Nothing kills a magical afternoon with your tablet like having to track down an outlet to charge up. Voltaic's new solar-charging tablet case is designed specifically to keep your magical device off the on-grid energy teat.
Surprise! The Ferrari seen in Ferris Bueller's Day Off wasn't really wrecked—if it was, I doubt the owner would be expecting bids of around $45,000 for it.
This week the world gets a closer look at the city of Caprica, the Chuck teasing continues, and Dollhouse brings back those who have already passed on. Spoilers, and tons of clips, below.
Just when you thought we were rid of yet another woman vying for old floppy-head's attention, Chuck brings back Brewster. And Lost's Miles outshines that Sixth Sense kid. Clips and spoilers below.
This week Lost's Ben must atone for being the world's most compulsively watchable villain, while Fringe finally comes back. Also, it's the season finale of T:SCC, and Macaulay Culkin makes his Kings debut. Clips/spoilers ahead...
Turns out the Dean-and-Sam Supernatural fanfic comic has already been created, and this week's episode is all about it. Plus Smallville has a Lex Luthor flashback, and Tricia Helfer gets rough with Chuck.