Invention Of The Week? Turn Your Car Into A Smart Car With Exlporide

A start-up company in Columbia, Maryland, has developed a unique all-in-one futuristic heads-up-display (HUD) unit that will make your car smart on every level. So, what makes this technology so unique? And will you be able to afford it?

Want To Go Retro When You Write? Get A USB Typewriter

Once upon a time, a long time ago but not in a galaxy far, far away, people used manual typewriters to put letters, recipes, and manuscripts down on paper. It was a simpler time, without spell check or the ability to save a document. You had to have strong hands to operate it. Ah, yes, I remember it well. If you long for a partial return to yesteryear you can get it with a USB Typewriter.

G.Skill Announces 4000 MT/s Trident Z DDR4 Memory Modules

In preparation for Intel's Skylake Core i7 processors, G.Skill is putting out DDR4 DIMM kits capable of seriously high speeds - up to 4 GT/s (gigatransfers per second) - with cool-looking heatspreaders to match.

Maximize Your Run And Protect Your Joints With Enko Running Shoes

Running can be hard on your joints (knees and ankles especially), and a cheap running shoe will only make things worse. Enko Running shoes, featuring a unique shock absorption system, lessen the impact running has on your joints and makes your run more efficient in general.

Want To Add Aromatherapy To Your Shower? There's A Kit For That

If you want to turn your bathroom into your own private spa you might want to start with something simple -- like adding aromatherapy to your shower. With an Aromatherapy Shower Kit you can affordably add a spa element to your existing shower. Three different essential oil blends are provided with the kit to help you wake up, recharge, or unwind.

Want To Know When A T-Rex Is Coming? Get A T-Rex Alarm

When the Jurassic World returns to life through some misguided manipulation of DNA and cloning you want to be totally prepared. And now you can be with a T-Rex Alarm. It is low-tech and guaranteed to work. Just add water.

Google’s Radar-Based Wearable: One 'Handy' User Interface

Meet Project Soli, a radar-based wearable destined to control just about every product under the sun (except maybe the sun). Created by Google, this new wearable transforms human hands and fingers into a user interface. Read on to learn more about  this fascinating wearable-tech innovation.

Bulletsafe Bulletproof Baseball Cap: Shield Your Skull With This Hat

Baseball caps have been popular since baseball was invented, and now there are thousands of styles and designs you can choose from. There are even baseball caps with special features like bottle openers and lights. Bulletsafe has produced one with a special feature that could save your life--a bulletproof plate.

Enjoy Sledding And Save Space With The Folding Sled

As summer is coming to a close, perhaps you're looking forward to some winter sports fun. Sledding is always a fun winter activity. The only downside to sledding is that sleds are bulky and often heavy, and when you reach the bottom of the hill, you'll have to carry the sled back up. With the Folding Sled, you won't have to worry about the bulk or the heft.

Want To Wage War On Those Flies? Get A Bug-A-Salt Rifle

Next to mosquitos, flies are easily the most annoying insect most of us are faced with. You can run around the house armed with a low-tech fly swatter, but that can get old pretty quickly. These days you can arm yourself for a full-scale assault on these pests with Bug-A-Salt 2.0 -- a miniature rifle you load with table salt to take them out and have a little fun working on your aim.

American Express Launches Maria Sharapova VR Experience At 2015 U.S. Open

Fancy a tennis match with Maria Sharapova? American Express has just unveiled its “You vs. Sharapova” virtual reality game at this year’s U.S. Open. Question is this: do you think you could return a 100-mile-per-hour serve from one of the greatest tennis players in the world?