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Sexy Lighting Comes Home with the Gilda Collection


Arturo Alvarez' latest lighting collection, Gilda, uses Italian Bisazza glass mosaic tiles in the creation of his tantalizing light fixtures. read more »

The Gay Gene Found? - Scientists Discover “Genderblind” Gene in Flies


Researchers have discovered that by increasing or decreasing the synapse strength of cells by modifying a "genderblind" (GB) gene, fruit flies can be made to demonstrate either homosexual or heterosexual behavior, respectively. read more »

The Mikado Lamp Spreads Its Wings


Created by Miguel Herranz, the Mikado lamp is named after the Spanish game of pick-up sticks. Can you see their spiny resemblance? read more »

Report Cards Used for Advertising in Elementary Schools


Earlier this month, the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood demanded that McDonald’s immediately stop advertising on children’s report cards. read more »

Klick Table and Chair for Kids


 It's truly amazing what they have for children these days. The Klick desk and chair set looks more like a piece of art than a place to make a piece of art. When its not in use, this modern desk and chair fits together into a cube. read more »

Next Generation Mitsubishi Eclipse


Since 1989, Mitsubishi's Eclipse has been the favorite of young car-buyers and tuners alike. The Fast and the Furious trilogy didn't hurt either. Mitsubishi has given up a glimpse of the next generation Eclipse, which will be officially introduced at the North American International Auto Show in January. I wonder if the new style will keep it's popularity?
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Ten Really Weird, Totally Bizarre Kewpie Doll Cell Phone Charms



These Ten Really Weird, Totally Bizarre Kewpie Doll Cell Phone Charms prove two things - Kewpie Dolls are loved by Japanese young and old, and love can be very strange sometimes... VERY strange!
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Energy Tower: Power for 15 Earths?


Researchers have designed a product that its inventors claim could easily produce between 15 and 20 times the total electricity the world uses today. Not only that, it could also be used as a desalination device and may be able to reverse the effects of global warming. read more »

Deck the Trees: 5 Cool Holiday Ornaments


Looking for the latest and greatest ornaments around? I’ve done some investigating, and have found some clever and whimsical variations on the usual Santa and snowman theme. These funky ideas will help you to kick your holiday collection up a notch and bring some flavor to your tree-trimming. read more »

Solar Power Gets Wheelchairs Rolling in Taiwan


A research team from Southern Taiwan University of Technology has developed the first solar powered wheelchair. read more »

A Sports Car for America’s Soccer Moms


Buyers are beginning to look more toward full-sized sedans, rather than minivans, to get the family from A to B. Nissan has introduced a new concept that they hope will remedy that. read more »

15 Best Holiday Pet Fashions & Costumes For 2007!

If you're not in the swing of the "Season" yet, maybe these adorable pets and their holiday fashions will put you in a festive mood. Christmas fashion is in for pets; the question is how will you keep up with them?

I've selected my favorite pet holiday fashions, as well as costumes, for 2007. Read on to see the awards for silliest, holiest, flashiest, most shocking, and other awards for holiday pet fashion this year, covering fashion for dogs, cats, birds, ferrets, and horses... the best pet Holiday outfits for 2007!

India Offers the World's Cheapest Automobiles - “Free Car, Anyone?”


India's Tata Motors blazes the automotive trail with the world's cheapest automobile. read more »

"Smart" Beer Coasters Provide New Drinking Game Ideas!


I was intrigued by hese new smart coasters for a variety of reasons--mainly they're cool to look at, and they provide a host of new drinking game opportunities. Another cool thing about these beer coasters is that you can build them yourself! Check out the video... read more »

New Moms Show Aprons Are For Bathing, Not Cooking


Leave it to a mom to come up with a way to make bath time easier. The Babywrapper is such a simple concept, you will be asking yourself why no one thought of it earlier. read more »

Magellan Roadmate 1200 Entry-Level Portable GPS Unit


Magellan is one of the largest portable GPS unit manufacturers in the World, and they have recently introduced their newest entry-level GPS device called the Roadmate 1200. This device is one of the thinnest portable GPS devices on the market right now, and best of all, it's also one of the least expensive. read more »

AquaMaker Creates Water from Thin Air


The AquaMaker AM10The AquaMaker AM10

In Israel, where water is scarce, a new device allows people to generate water from air. read more »

The Latest in Christmas Trees: 7 Modern Replacements for the Traditional Christmas Tree


Tired of the same old same old when it comes to Christmas trees? Is the traditional tree just not cutting it these days? Perhaps you'll have a hard time seeing the forest for the trees with the alternatives I've found (since some of these hardly qualify as "trees" in the first place), but on the eternal quest for variety and newness, here are some of the latest Christmas tree designs coming down the pike. read more »

Cowon Q5W is the Ultimate Media Player



The newest, and definitely the most innovative, product to roll off the assembly line at Cowon is their Q5W Media Player. This media player does it all: Wi-Fi, music, video, Bluetooth, FM radio, GPS, and more. Best of all, the Cowon Q5W is small enough to fit into your jacket pocket! read more »

Israel to Install Innovative Motion Sensors


Stock picture of IDF unit (from Wikipedia)Stock picture of IDF unit (from Wikipedia)

The Israeli Defense Force (IDF) is considering a move to install underground motion sensors at Israel's border with Gaza. These innovative new sensors, developed by Sonic Lynx, are capable of discerning different objects, including humans, animals, and vehicles. According to Sonic Lynx' CEO, the sensors distinguish objects by using "seismic and acoustic fluctuations". read more »