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Take Your Training To A New Level With Bionic Resistance Suit

Athletes train to get an edge, and so they look for training methods and equipment to give them that edge. The Bionic Resistance Suit is one of those pieces of equipment. It utilizes resistance bands to add a load to athletes' normal movements.

Whovians Standing The Test Of Time Enter Social Media Era

How does one explain Dr. Who without taking into account the show’s never-waning popularity amongst it ardent followers. If the etymology of the word “fan” was derived from “fanaticism,” this show has more than it’s share of addicted fanatics. With a lead character who's lived over 2000 years, has died and been reborn 12 times into entirely different bodies (albeit, different actors) and is celebrating his 50th year anniversary. . .

Have Fun Swerving Around Town With Swerver Skates

When you look at the Swerver Skates, you may ask, "Why the big wheels?" What advantage do they give the skater? It's not the size of the wheels that give the Swerver Skates their signature "swerving" riding style, but how those wheels are attached to the shoe of the skate.

Fermented Fashion: Wearable Tech Garments Smell Like a Hangover

A dirty petri dish brought about the discovery of penicillin and in the same sort of vein, although arguably less momentous, a contaminated vat of wine was the catalyst for the phenomenon known as 'fermented fashion.' Read on for more details about this edgy Australian wearable tech innovation.

Don't Skip Leg Day: Work Your Calves With Calf Fit

Seriously, don't skip leg day. If you're any kind of gym goer or fitness freak, you don't want to be the guy with the great arms and chicken legs. That's where Calf Fit comes in. If you're looking for impressive calves, or you want to improve your leg strength, this may be the in-home fitness product for you.

Have You Ever Felt The Desire To "See" Music? Harmonix's Newest Game Will Let You Do Just That

Harmonix - best known as the developer of the immensely popular Rock Band franchise - has something very, very exciting up its sleeve. It's designing a new virtual reality "music experience" that'll allow players to actually SEE - and interact with - the songs they play. Awesome, right?

Dyson Has Invented The Smartest Robotic Vacuum Cleaner In The World

Today, Dyson unveiled The Dyson 360 Eye; the result of millions of dollars of investment and sixteen years of research. It's one of the most powerful robot vacuums every created, and is equipped with a 360 degree camera and a suite of advanced sensors. Looks like Roombas just became obsolete.

Breed Specific Pet Food: Should You Fall For It?

Purina is the most recent pet food company to announce a line of breed-specific dog foods; Beta™. Although currently the line is available in Great Britain only, I suspect it's just a matter of time before it's available in the U.S,. as are Eucanuba and Nature's Recipe breed-specific dog foods currently.  Royal Canin produces breed specific foods for dogs and cats.  The question is: Should your Terrier be fed differently from a Shepherd?  Your Maine Coon from a Siamese?


Transparent Bathrooms All The Rage At Chinese College

Inviting friends over to your dorm room just got WAY more awkward! Students checking out the newly built double-occupancy rooms at Wuhan Institute of Bioengineering were shocked to discover the bathroom walls were made from transparent glass – a design feature intended to save electricity according to college administrators.

Shape-Shift Your Picky Eater's Food With FunBites Food Cutters

Sometimes we need to trick our kids into eating. Whether it’s because our kids are picky eaters or just too busy playing to be bothered with food, getting them to the dinner table can be frustrating. We are parents, but feel like short order cooks. Take some of the struggle out of mealtime by surprising your child with square, heart, or triangle shaped bite-size food. Or shape-shift their dinner into something other than the quesadilla they wanted, but will probably refuse to eat, with FunBites Food Cutters.

News Worth Biting On: Sweet Bites Chewing Gum Prevents Tooth Decay

A team of business students from the University of Pennsylvania are making a positive difference in the lives of children in developing countries.

You see, they have invented a new chewing gum called Sweet Bites with 100% xylitol, which is a natural substitute to real sugar. Xylitol, which is made from real fruit and vegetables, is proven to keep teeth clean and thwart off disease.

Frog Backpack Gets The Jump On Back-to-School Fashion

Kick your schoolday fashion quotient into high gear with the Frog Backpack from Japan's Tokyo Otaku Mode. The shiny (not slimy) backpack features straps disguised as amphibian arms and “skin” as green as a new lily pad.

THC In Cannabis Has Potential Therapeutic Effects On Alzheimer's Disease

Scientists at the University of South Florida's Byrd Alzheimer's Institute have investigated the potential role of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a major component of marijuana, on Alzheimer's disease (AD) pathology. What is most commonly known as a recreational substance has demonstrated its potential in ameliorating AD and other neurological diseases, perhaps because our bodies produce the substance naturally (endocannabinoids) and have receptors that naturally respond to it.

The Mink 3-D Make Up Printer: Wearable Tech’s Cosmetic Innovation

Harvard graduate, Grace Choi, has invented a 3-D prototype printer called Mink that enables users to print any form of makeup right from their home. Read on to learn more about this amazing wearable tech innovation.

Polyester Stinks And Here's A Study To Prove It

In the 70's fashionable men wore polyester 'leisure suits.'   Fashionable women wore polyester or nylon Emilio Pucci patterned dresses. They were supposed to be cool, but really they were hotter than heck. Then, thankfully, there was a return to natural fibers in textiles - not only cotton, silk, and wool, but several fibers like hemp, bamboo, and soy that were relatively new to the fashion industry.  Now the pendulum is back to the synthetic, and it's not pretty.  As a matter of fact, it stinks!

School Running Track Sports Innovative Rooftop Design

A four-story tall Chinese elementary school with space issues and an oval roof solved the former by utilizing the latter, laying down a rubberized rooftop track surface and securely fencing it in.

16 Best Pet Halloween Costume Winners For 2014: Funniest, Fiercest, Best Proof That Hello Kitty IS INDEED A Cat, & More...

We really have some great pet costume designs in this year's 8th annual Halloween Pet Costume Competition, and it was a very competitive field.  We have winners in several typical categories, like the Cutest, Funniest, and Best Impersonator costumes, but we added some new categories like Best Prehistoric and Best Proof That Hello Kitty Is Indeed A Cat.... Let's warm up by starting off with the Cutest Pet Costume of 2014....

Curry Restaurant Background Music CDs Are So Hot Right Now

Opening up a curry restaurant in Japan? Unless you've already arranged for a house band to soothe diners ears while your food sears their palates, you'll want to invest in JVC Music's series of Indian Curry Music BGM CDs.

The Beauty Spoon Helps You Get More Beautiful Bang For Your Buck

Nothing in your beauty routine is as aggravating as seeing product left in a bottle, and you just can't quite reach it. Pump lotions and serums often leave product at the bottom, and if your lotions are expensive, you're not just wasting your favorite cream. You're wasting money. Behold the Beauty Spoon, a flexible spatula-like spoon that lets your scrape out every drop. Get all the bang for your buck that you can, and stay beautiful while you're at it.

SCiO Scanner: New Technology Instantly Scans Calorie Content in Food

It is only a small device, maybe the size of one’s pinkie finger, yet it will probably change our eating habits for the better. The SCiO molecule analyzer, powered by Consumer Physics in Tel Aviv, is a brilliant invention in that it exactly measures both the chemical and calorie content in any food product.