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Beat Sonic's Blaid Antenna Is A Souped-Up Shark Fin

The Blaid Antenna from Japan's Beat Sonic comes in 14 different shades to complement your Toyota vehicle's factory finish. Taller than BMW's already passe Shark's Fin, the Blaid Antenna gives even the most plebeian Toyota a dash of sword-meets-horn macho mystique.

Bootlegger Series Is Great For Any Outdoor Activity

How awesome would it be to have a one size fits all backpack--a backpack for hiking that you could use for biking and kayaking? That sounds a bit far-fetched, you don't really want a big pack, capable of holding tons of gear, while biking. However, with the Boreas Bootlegger Modular Pack System, you can get it all (you just have to do some easy swapping here and there).

WearableTech: Fashion TEQ’s Zazzi Smart Jewelry Line

Are you a double agent in between assignments or just a busy career woman who needs some discrete way to receive phone messages and text notifications? If telecommunication is your lifeline, read on for more information on Fashion TEQ's new line of jewelry accessories.

LightSpur Helps Runners Be Seen At Night

Reflective clothing is great for running at night. What is even better is an actual light, or a couple of lights. With reflective clothing, lights designed for runners can make running at night safer. Nathan Sports LightSpur is one of those running lights--one that is non-evasive and very effective.

Hauler For More: The Counter Balance Concept Pickup Truck

With a trunk in front, a 5ft extendable bed in back and an engine in the middle, Elad Barkan's Counter Balance is unlike any pickup truck you've ever seen. The question is, will we ever see it for sale in a dealer showroom?

Hug: A Way To Revolutionize Childhood Vaccinations

As a student at the University of Kansas, George Ressler learned of microneedle vaccinations being developed at Georgia Institute of Technology. He saw it as a painless way to provide childhood vaccinations. With the help of Georgia Tech’s research team he designed Hug, a vaccination system designed to be a solution and alternative to needle injected vaccines for children.

'Internet of Everything' Now Hiring

If you're looking for a career change, have kids undecided about their college major or just have a genuine interest, the Internet of Things (IoT) -- or what Cisco has branded as the Internet of Everything (IoE) -- is looking for a few good men and women - to the tune of millions in just six short years.

Make Your July 4th Cookout More Patriotic With The American Flag Cornhole Set

July 4th is a time of celebrating our country with cookouts, picnics, parties and good old fashioned American fun. That fun typically involves time in the pool, sporting events or a variety of tailgating games, like cornhole, and what better way to celebrate America on the fourth than with a game of cornhole on an American Flag Cornhole set.

CTL Preps “Education” Chromebook Fit For Classrooms

With its rugged design and locked-down operating system, CTL's new laptop computer looks ideal for classroom mass deployment. You don't need to be a grade school student to get your hands on one, either.

Bad News, Journalists: You're About To Be Replaced By Your Future Robot Overlords...Sort Of

The Associated Press earlier today announced that its implementing an automated service which can produce up to 4400 pieces a day. According to the publication, this will (in theory) free up its journalists to focus on deeper topics. I've just one question: how long until robots can write those too?

Meet The Oculus Thrift: Here's How You Can Make A Virtual Reality Headset With $21 And A Pizza Box

I love everything about virtual reality, and its potential to change how we connect. I believe money shouldn't be an object - everyone should have access to the tech. Apparently, Google shares my sentiments: they've designed a working VR headset which you can build with twenty bucks and a pizza box.

Want This New Invention? A Circular Cubicle Workstation

There are times when it is difficult to find a quiet, private space to relax quietly and get something done -- for work or play. The Italian design firm Campeggi has created a new cubicle style that they call Tuttomio and it is something that really turns the old cubicle around. And around. And around. It rather resembles a giant Solo cup that you might play beer pong with.

Toyota FCV Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Gets Pricing, 2015 Sales Date

It seems the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle concept debuted by Toyota at last year's Tokyo Motor Show was just the great-looking shape of things to come. The production FCV sedan has now been sticker priced and could be yours for the taking this coming April of 2015... that is, if you've got ¥7 million to spend.

Maywa Denki Fishbone Cord USB Charging & Communication Cable Is Bony In Ivory, Black Or Pink

The USB Fish Cord from Maywa Denki features eyes that glow when the cable's in use and comes in three color choices to complement any tech workspace's décor scheme.

A Super Cool Sprayer For Your Dog: The Doggie Drencher

Affordable Agility Inc. makes agility equipment for dogs - things like pole weaves, tunnels, teeter tots, and other equipment that gives dogs, on or off the circuit, a run for their money.  Included in the company's arsenal are water obstacles like the Puddle Jumper and the Aqua Hurdle.  But your dog doesn't need to be trained in agility to just want to chill out this summer with a cool splash from the Doggie Drencher between fetches.

Want This New Innovation? Water Cake

It looks like a giant drop of crystal clear drop of water -- a shining drop of dew perhaps, or a single tear of joy. It is actually a sweet shimmering dessert that you can only get in Japan. No, it is not some form of gelatin that comes in a package mix -- it is a spectacular delicacy of culinary cunning. It is a Water Cake.

Color-Changing Citroën's Got It Made In Two Shades

Don't it make your brown sides blue... or purple, in the case of a cool but crazy color-changing Citroën spotted in a Beijing, China, used car dealer's lot. Perhaps the owner got tired of bystanders asking what the car's true hue really is.

Resistance Training Is An Innovative New Fitness System

P90X, Zumba, Tai-Bo, Crossfit: you have probably heard of all of these or at least a couple. These are all fitness systems that became very popular--so popular that they made their founders a lot of money and one became its own sport. LoneDrone Innovations is looking for its new fitness system, Resistance, to do the same thing.

Want to Peel a Bag of Potatoes in Under One Minute? Here's How...

This is a unique innovation that I wish I had thought of when I worked in a school kitchen and had to peel enough potatoes to feed 350 kids.  I'm not sure if this device would pass a health inspection...

Dance Therapy Improves Pain And Gait In Elderly

People with a slow gait are more likely to be dependent on others for care, more prone to falls and the concomitant broken bones, and more dependent on pain relief medication.  Researchers at the University of St. Louis looked into the possibility that dance, a once very popular activity of the elderly (during the 1940's and 50's, for example), might help increase and stabilize gait as well as help reduce pain and stiffness in the hips and legs in older persons.