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Shed Some Light On This: The Transforming, Energy Efficient Lamp

A Chinese college student has created an energy-saving lamp that brings in more light the bigger you make the lamp shade. And it has a smiley face!

Devotec Solar Charger Comes Through in a Pinch: Product Review

Solar-powered gadget chargers are becoming more popular as the sheer number of gadets we carry increases. I've been skeptical about their actual usefulness, would I actually use a solar-powered charger? Would it work as expected? Could it really charge the gadgets that I need it to? In the case of the Devotec Industries Solar Charger, the answer to all these questions is "yes."

Eggxactly’s Single Egg Cooker: Eggxactly What Are They Talking About?

Haven’t you always wanted to cook the perfect boiled egg every time? Not too soft, not too hard, but just right? Well, take a look at the Eggxactly Single Egg Cooker right here and now and below.

New Yankee Stadium More Glamour Than Baseball

Instead of concentrating on a season where the team is at a disappointing third place in their division, the New York Yankees are focused on hard rock.

Delicious Artwork Made With Knots

Summer is my favorite time of the year. The best part about them? Picnics. With lots of food. Ed Bing Lee creates picnic-like artwork that almost looks like the real thing.

Underwater Treadmill Takes Exercising to New Depths

Hydro Physio is a company based in England that has developed an underwater treadmill for those exercise enthusiasts, as well as those in rehabilitation or training.

Advanced Hunting Knife May Be A Bit Too Much

Weaponry has always been advanced by technology. Insuring the safety of divers, hunters and campers is important, but the concept behind one new invention might take personal weaponry a bit too far.


Water Your Car and Go?

The way gas prices keep going up it would be great if we could pour water in our vehicles and then take them for a drive. Crazy idea, right? Maybe, it isn't such a crazy idea. Water can power a lot of things: you, me, batteries, plants, the list goes on. Why then couldn't water power a vehicle? Maybe it can and Genepax is working on it.

An Electric Tandem Bike for Those Long Rides in the Park

Since originally being designed, tandem bicycles haven't changed that much. When Jiang Qian, a designer based in Shanghai decided it was time to fix that and the electric tandem bicycle was born.

Hand-Painted Effect Pedal Has More Fuzz Than Fizz

Electric guitarists can now sport a truly unique-looking effect pedal with some help from Ooh La La Manufacturing and their eye-popping ideas.

If You Were A Chair, What Brilliant Gem Would You Be?

What's your favorite gem? Diamond? Amythyst? Topaz ? The line of Brilliant, by Robby e Francesca Cantarutti, has many brilliant gems ... in chair form!

 


Egg-cellent Street Art Made For Google Earth

Dutch artist Henk Hofstra has created an environmental art project called “Art Eggcident” in which he spreads large 'eggs' throughout a city in the Netherlands.

Sher-wood Hockey Sticks Taking A Slapshot At Change

Despite being a popular hockey equipment brand, Sher-wood hockey sticks have now been bought by an investment company in Ontario, Canada.

Laser Technology Takes Away Pain of the Dentist

The one thing I hate most in the world is going to the dentist. All those drills, needles, scalpels and machines, it makes my skin crawl. And the after effects too – I could do without the swelling, bleeding and numb lips.

Recycled Cameras Become Re:vision Bracelets

A passion for cameras combined with a vision for recycling are the hallmarks of my current find. Selling under the name re:vision the bracelets are handcrafted using discarded camera components.

Toast To Tongues-in-Cheeks:Greeting Cards Made From Soy

How did this new greeting “toast” card come to be and what makes it so unusual? Read all about this odd, new food-related stationery that is sort of sweeping the nation.

The Spy Camera That Looks Like A Golf Ball

Snooping around just got easier as BrickHouse Security recently revealed a camera that’s tiny in size, but big in surveillance.

A New Way to Look at Public Transportation

When we think of public transportation, images of crowded buses and cramped subways come to mind. And even though the public transit systems are better for the environment than everyone driving, they still produce emissions. However, a new design may change the way we look at transportation available to everyone.

Sony Expands Bluetooth Capability In Car Stereos

It’s interesting to know that as portable music devices and stereo systems “evolve”, car audio devices aren’t left behind. With Sony’s new product available, people can now experience an all-in-one car stereo.

Stroke Foam

Aneurysms, or the buildup in pressure of blood in one spot of a vein in the brain ,is a leading cause of strokes, with more than 30,000 cases being diagnosed every year, on average. Treatment of this condition has been limited, but a recent break though may change all that.