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Thync Will Zap You in the Mood: New Wearable Headset Will Hack Your Brain in Fifteen Minutes

Tap your smartphone and zap your head. That’s right, there’s a new mood-changing headset that just hit the market and it’s proven to perk you up, keep you focused,  and even calm you down.For years a large percentage of the population has long relied on caffeine, alcohol and sleeping pills to alter their moods. And let’s face it, we all know drugs of sorts are not healthy and they sure as heck don’t play a positive role on the longevity front for us humans.

The VersaGolfer Multi-Functional Tool Is The Perfect Accessory For Any Golfer

Divot tool, ball marker, ball retriever. These are just a few things you may want to have in your golf bag. With the VersaGolfer Multi-Functional Tool, you get all three of these things (and more) in one tool. Whether you're an avid golfer or you just like to do a little golfing while on vacation, the VersaGolfer is a great accessory to have in your golf bag.

The Lepow Convertible Hi Smart Bag: Who’s Calling, Please?

Meet the HiSmart Bag created by Lepow, a company known for its design and creation of everyday technologies. It has the distinction of being the world's first connected  convertible messenger bag/backpack that is both fashionable and high tech.

Grow Your Own Food Indoors With Ecofarm

There are quite a few "indoor gardening" products on the market, but very few that make use of aquaponics. Aquaponics combines aquaculture (raising fish and the like) with hydroponics (cultivating plants in the water) in symbiotic environment. Ecofarm is one of those products.

Lichi A01 Electric Car Is One Sweet EV!

Like Daimler AG's Smart Fortwo Electric Drive, the Lichi A01 seats two and runs on electric power drawn from an onboard battery. Unlike its “smarter” European competitor, however, the Lichi A01 is smaller, less expensive and dare we say... more fashionable.

Acer Announces Revo One: Tiny HTPC Moonlighting As A NAS

Capable of streaming and storing loads of media content, Acer has here an uncharacteristically small home theater PC. It hopes to be the perfect compliment to your gigantic 4K flat-screen TV. It'll also make your NAS jealous, or even replace it outright.

Inspired By The Cycling Needs Of NYC, The Merge Is A Compact And Nimble Ride

The streets of New York City are packed with cars and pedestrians. The crowds and traffic make it difficult for cyclists and urban commuters to navigate the city. This difficulty was the inspiration behind the Merge--a compact and nimble utility bike.

Cold Enough For Ya?

As Old Man Winter grips the heart of North America tighter than Charlton Heston held his gun, we present this iconic image encompassing all that's cold and dreary from a motorist's point of view.

This New Site Is A Basketball Coach's Dream

Most basketball coaches don't make their living from their coaching wages (some don't even get wages), so it's often difficult to handle the responsibilities of coaching on top of job, family and day to day activities. Beyond94Feet.com helps basketball coaches plan and organize their practices, which allows them to not only be more efficient coaches, but gives them more time during the day.

Raku-Raku “Easy Plug” Safely Unplugs With A Pinch Instead Of A Pull

Yo dawg, Japan's Konna Shop heard you wanted a safer way to unplug electrical plugs so they found a plug you can plug your plug into that unplugs with a pinch instead of a pull!

The Perfect Polish For Little Ladies: Bo-Po Nail Polish

Little girls love to mimic their moms' beauty routine. Sometimes that means dipping into the lipstick, slipping on heels that are far too big and borrowing jewelry. No matter what, it almost always ends in a mess. The brush-on, peel-off nail polish, Bo-Po, is the perfect polish for your little girl to get her manicure on without dripping paint everywhere. Your daughter can look and feel just like her mom, and you won't have a mess to clean up!

This Woman Wants Your DNA: NY City Artist Gathers Genetic Evidence from Public Places to Reconstruct Strangers Faces

Don’t be surprised if you see Heather Dewey-Hagborg combing the streets of New York City in search of gum and cigarette butts. However she’s not out to tackle the city’s littering problem – not yet anyway. But instead she is on the hunt for inspiration for her next piece of art work.

The Camping Doughnut Is An "Effortless" Alternative To The Traditional Tent

Sometimes the biggest hassle with camping is setting up the tent--figuring out which rod goes in what sleeve and all that fuss. If you have a tent with multiple rooms, you may as well get out the Advil for your inevitable headache. The Camping Doughnut design is out to put an end to the stress of setting up a tent.

Safe, Stylish Innovation for Cyclists: High-Visibility Reflective Garb

A new line of stylish and functional garments with reflective design is the latest from English fashion designer, Sara Henrichs. Read on to learn more about how the modern cyclist and runner can be safer riding at night.

Impossible Instant Lab Turns Your iPhone Into A Polaroid Camera

Technology is great—until it doesn’t work. Or until it doesn’t work for me. I love to capture moments of my day and events with my children, but then the images of those moments seem to live forever in my smart phone or digital camera. I have almost 3,000 photos on my phone, and while half of those may not be worth printing, there are certainly some pictures I wish I had on display. I simply haven’t taken the time to select the ones worth printing and then turned them into tangible, color images. Impossible is making it possible to get my favorite moments onto paper instantly with their Impossible Instant Lab.

Problem Solver: Beer Company Fuels Corporate Creativity With Drinking Formula

If you thought that "day drinking" was something better left behind with your college days, you might be pleasantly surprised to learn what a new company is encouraging people to do to trigger their creativity.

Use The Power Of The Wind To Get Your Skateboard Or Kayak Going

Wind energy can be used for a number of things--providing electricity, moving boats, playing a melody on chimes, etc. With the Super Skate Sail and Super Kayak Sail, you can harness the wind to move your board or vessel.

GM's New DSF Cylinder Deactivation System Could Boost Fuel Economy 15%

General Motors and Silicon Valley start-up Tula Technology have partnered to create a new infinitely variable cylinder deactivation system known as Dynamic Skip Fire, or DSF for short. Unlike GM's late and unlamented V8-6-4 system that flopped in the early 1980s, DSF can run a gasoline engine on almost any combination of even and odd cylinders resulting in significant fuel savings.

On Tsu, The ‘Tspin Challenge’ Spins Dollars For Charities

Who doesn’t remember the Ice Bucket Challenge of 2014 and the frenzy that ensued throughout the United States? It started as a grass roots effort to raise awareness and donations for the disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as the Lou Gehrig disease. Promoted widely on Twitter and Facebook, the virality of the challenge soon caught the attention of newscasters, celebrities, politicians and even motivating folks like former Presidents, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton to get involved.