Amazon's Discounting a Grab Bag of Handy Tech Accessories, More Deals

Today's Amazon Gold Box doesn't feature items from one particular category, or even from a single company; it's a free-wheeling assortment of tech accessories that should have something of value to almost anyone. Some of our favorites are broken out below, but head over to Amazon to see all 25. [Amazon] » 12/29/14 7:45am 12/29/14 7:45am

The Best Battery Charger

Taking as many votes as the other four contenders combined, La Crosse takes home your nod as the best battery charger. You praised it for its versatility, ease of use, wide range of options, and features like the ability to refresh lost capacity in your batteries. [La Crosse BC1000] » 11/03/14 3:18pm 11/03/14 3:18pm

The Best Rechargeable Batteries

Unsurprisingly, Eneloops dominated the best rechargeable battery voting, taking almost 80% of the vote as of this writing. The Eneloop line has an incredible reputation, and garnered huge numbers of positive anecdotes from our readers. In addition to the winning AAs, Eneloop offers AAAs, chargers, and C and D spacers. » 10/23/14 2:45pm 10/23/14 2:45pm

This Mechanical Keyboard Switch Sampler Is My New Favorite Desk Toy

Lifehacker called mechanical keyboards one of the Top 10 Superior Tech Products You'll Never Go Back From, and we agree. There are a whole lot of mechanical keyboards to choose from, and while Lifehacker put together a great guide to choosing the right one for you, there's no substitute for actually trying the keys. » 9/04/14 2:45pm 9/04/14 2:45pm

What Current Technology Still Feels Futuristic to You?

We live in amazing times, but life still feels pretty ordinary. Your computer, your smartphone, your "smart" fridge, all encompass tech that was impossible last decade, but using it feels commonplace. Everyone's got one exception though, a piece of modern tech that still feels like The Future. What's yours? » 8/09/14 6:04pm 8/09/14 6:04pm

Mike Mills Asks Kids of Silicon Valley Workers About the Future of Tech

"Well, my mom works at Apple. And my dad? He, like, started his own company. But I think he like doesn't really want to do it anymore." That's one quote from a short film by Mike Mills where he talks to children of Silicon Valley employees about changes in technology and how it will affect society. » 6/09/14 8:00pm 6/09/14 8:00pm