Here's some of the most interesting CES coverage from around the Web on this Tuesday morning.
-- Wired.com finds a technology that lets you hear air guitar. "We took the air guitar phenomenon and put it into an amp," says creator Nitrous Roxide, who demonstrates it. Rock on.
-- Prada got a cellphone through LG last year. Now News.com reports that Armani has teamed with Samsung for a handset of its own. It features a Web browser, 3-megapixel camera, digital music and video player and stereo Bluetooth.
-- Engadget finds lots of color at CES: Sony Vaio laptops in new hues and CAT5 cables in pink whose purchase supports the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
-- Gizmodo stumbles across geek legend Dean Kaman, inventor of the Segway. The site also finds some of the craziest ways to trick out your car with LCD screens and other high-tech gear.
-- Crunchgear finds one of the weirder lamps you'll ever see. Just in case the need to check your stock quotes grabs you while you're turning on the light.
-- Chris Gaither, LAT tech editor