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HeartRead Could Help Save Lives

Every second counts in a cardiac arrest situation. Each minute the chance of survival drops by 7 to 10 per cent. The real problem these days is that most bystanders do not know how to properly operate an automated external defibrillator. However a design student at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, has invented HeartRead and it may prove to be the next best thing in helping save lives.

5 Innovative Ways To Light Up Your Garden


It is getting easier, cheaper (sort of) and more interesting to buy solar powered lights lately. They are in every gardening catalog, on every gardening website, and slowly popping up around homes. As Amazon.com rapidly turns green you can even find them here. Here is a quick list of solar lights that will help bring your electric bill down and light up your home in very colorful and interesting ways. read more »

Designer Invents Amphibious Ambulance Aircraft that Lands in Sparsely Populated Areas

For years people living in remote areas of the world face challenges of getting the right medical attention they need, especially during times of emergencies. Modern day planes and helicopters are still quite limited to where they can land and take off when it comes to rescuing people. However, a German designer may have the solution to all this with his new invention.

Question is will his invention take off?


EmoFix Is A Bluetooth Selfie Remote For Android and iOS

Selfies are so hot right now. Thanks to narcissism, an entirely new market has formed around the self photo craze. Remote shutter devices, selfie sticks, and even selfie brushes (just...why?) are must have accessories right now for all of your Instagramming needs. EmoFix is the latest competitor to the market with their remote shutter device for Android and iOS.

Osmo Is a Tangible, ‘Actual Reality’ Gaming System For iPad

Osmo uses Reflective Artificial Intelligence to combine old school education with new school technology. With four digital games that need physical interaction using tools like letter tiles, pencils, and puzzle pieces, your child with truly be able to wrap their hands around what they are learning.

Which Air Purifier? The GermGuardian Is Our Best Product Pick

A good air purifying system can change your life if you're looking to fight germs, allergens and stale odors in your home or office. There are so many air purifiers to choose from, so it can be difficult to know which is the best. After careful research, it looks like one air purifier in particular seems to be getting high marks and rave reviews. Take a look and see why...

Eco Wave Power To Fuel Our Energy Revolution?

Is wave power a viable solution to the planets energy crisis? Many blue energy innovations have tried to storm into the market, but few ever make it past the break water. The Israeli Eco Wave Power is the latest sea surfer to challenge the salty wave.


Stylin', Smilin' & Hi-Risin': 10 Donk Cars Of The People Of Walmart

What's a donk, you ask? Ideally it's a vintage 1970s Chevy Impala (a high-falutin' kind of donkey) sedan with a jacked-up suspension, glittery jumbo wheels and a wild, often commercially-inspired paint job. Where does one drive such a beast? To Walmart, of course!

Draw In The Perfect Brows With An Eyebrow Stencil

There are plenty of weird beauty gadgets on the market, all claiming to help you in your daily routine. The SODIAL Eyebrow Stencil is no different. This little gadget may look weird, but this on-the-go application device might be the perfect thing to help you create a stunning set of eyebrows. Could drawing in eyebrows be as easy as this device claims?

Is Silicon Valley’s ‘Datageddon’ Coming, Or Will Modern-Day Florence Continue to Renaissance?

It’s been referred to as the ‘Cradle of Innovation’ in a time of transformation, where art has been replaced by Clouds, DaVinci’s by Zuckerberg’s, beauty by functionality and greed . . . well, by greed (some things never change.) But is the 21st Century’s Renaissance peaking, or will it live to Snapchat another day?

Mercedes-Benz Branded Money Counter & Fraud Detector Shamelessly Detects Fraud

You know the Germans always make good stuff but prominently embossed Mercedes-Benz three-pointed star logos aside, they did NOT make the “Puxin A9 Benz-style Money Counter & Fraud Detector”. One wonders if it can detect its own blatant fraudulence.

HP, Samsung Team Up; Announce Z-Turbo G2 Solid-State Drives

Building on the latest NVM Express-based hotness from Samsung, HP have unveiled its Z-Turbo G2 range of SSDs, and they're fast. Like, really fast. Is your PC good enough to handle them?

Grass iPhones: A Green Trend In More Ways Than One

The use of natural products in the creation of mobile phones as well as other wearable gadgets is an emerging trend in fashionable electronics. Read all about the latest iPhone from Design Works that is made entirely of grass!

Remove Makeup With Greek Yogurt Facial Wipes

We all know that Greek yogurt makes a delicious snack, but the people at Korres wondered if this dairy treat could help skin, as well. Korres Greek Yoghurt Cleansing & Make-Up Removing Wipes are perfect for all skin types and includes yogurt filled with proteins, vitamins and minerals that your face will love.

Invention of the Week? Noke U-Lock Keeps Your Bike Safe and Sound

A favorite outdoor recreational activity that many of us enjoy during the spring, summer and fall months is cycling.  However, with the good comes the bad: getting around town on your bike is great exercise and invigorating, but getting your wheels stolen is downright bummer. But FUZ Designs, a company based in Draper, Utah, just invented a new and innovative bike lock that will help keep the thieves away. While there are all sorts of locks that claim to do all sorts of things, do they now offer the best one on the market?

Have Girl Scout Cookies Year-Round With Your Very Own Girl Scouts Cookie Oven

The allure of Girl Scouts Cookies is their celebrity and fleeting availability. Would we still want them if they were available year-round? Hell yeah. Girl Scout Cookies are delicious. Buttery tastiness should not be seasonal. Gone are the days of waiting for the neighbor kid or a co-worker to bring you an order form. Gone are the days of having missed that order form and longing for a sleeve of Thin Mints. Now you—more specifically your child—can make Thin Mints, Trefoils, and Lemon Cookies anytime a craving strikes.

10 Best Wearable Tracking Devices To Keep Kids Safe

Have you ever thought about a tracking device for your kids?  When it comes to crowded events, theme parks, or simply giving our children the independence to venture out in the world alone, wearable technology with GPS tracking capabilities may prove to be a compelling tool to help protect our children.  It gives children the freedom to roam and parents the security of knowing where they are roaming. If you are considering a wearable device for your family, here are 10 of the best child tracking devices on the market

Want To Mix Killer Cocktails? A Shaker Shark Will Help

We live in a time when nothing has to be the same old boring things that they have been for years. Case in point -- a cocktail shaker no longer needs to be plain and just functional.  These days it can be artistic or a part of your entertaining decor. With a Shark Shaker you can be mixing killer drinks with an extra little bite to them. It is just the thing for partying on your yacht -- or your pretend yacht (the patio).

Impact-Absorbing Footwear: These Shoes Are Made For Power

One-of-a-kind high-heeled shoes that reduce the impact of walking is the latest creation from London-based shoe designer, Silvia Fado. Read on to learn more.

Engineers Invent Acoustic Device that Discovers Cancer Cells

For years leading doctors and researchers around the world have been on the hunt to find new and innovative ways to discover cancer in patients, especially in its early stages. So, will a new acoustic chip that utilizes sound waves be the big breakthrough we need in the early detection of cancer? A team of engineers from MIT, Penn State University and Carnegie Mellon University think so.