Magic Car Scratch Repair Pens Aren’t So Magical After All

Magic Car Scratch Repair Pens Aren’t So Magical After All

Car-scratch repair pens are not magic. They might help you patch up light scratches on your car, sure, but they aren’t magic. What our gently buffed colleagues down the hall at Consumer Reports discovered when they tested some popular pens advertised for quick scratch repair. One problem with the products: a paint with no color can’t replace colored paint that has been scratched away. [More]

Hey, First Generation iPod Nano Owners, Come And Get Your $25

Hey, First Generation iPod Nano Owners, Come And Get Your $25

Apple has agreed to pay $22.5 million to settle a class action suit brought by owners of the notoriously scratchy first-generation iPod Nanos. Under the agreement, owners of the scratch magnets will be entitled to either a $25 or $15 cash refund, depending on whether or not their Nano included a carrying case.