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Noah High Performance Personal Vehicle

For some reason, we as a race are always trying to outdo ourselves. Many times it ends with an impromptu trip to the hospital. But it will never stop being fun, which is my guess for why the Noah High Performance Personal Vehicle was created.

The Music Revolution That's Finally "Free"

Famous musicians are proclaiming that selling an album with no retail price is hurting the music industry But the infamous marketing strategy might just be an advancement in music and technology.

USB Necktie 2, New & Improved Neckwear for Summer 2008

Last year's USB Necktie was a clever concept that somehow lost it's cool - ironic for a product that was designed to cool. A geek brainstorm at Japan's Thanko Rare Mono Shop has resulted in the USB Necktie Cooler 2... better as a cooler but is it cooler too?

Real Racing from Your Own Living Room

Each time a gaming platform comes out, the graphics get better. The most recent (XBOX360 and PS3) almost make you feel like you are in the game. So what does that leave for the next generation of gaming? How about racing right alongside you favorite driver?

Chrysler Brings In-Car Internet to the Lots

It's been known for a while that Chrysler has been developing a in-car WiFi system for the 2009 model year. However, the name and specs have been eluding us. Yesterday, Chrysler put out a press release offering some insight into the new system.

When The Saddle Fits... It's "Revolutionary!"

Spark, a Dutch design and innovation company, has created what it calls a "revolutionary" horse saddle. Why revolutionary? The saddle, called Unite, can actually be fitted by the rider to the contours of the horse's back! So if the saddle fits....

Stereo Headset Knows How To Connect With Others

Owning multiple mobile electronics can create a hectic lifestyle. Most devices come with their own accessories and can only work for that specific model. One new pair of headphones can change that due to its ability to work with different multimedia devices.


Bacon- Scented and Bacon-Patterned Tuxedoes: Unique Formal Wear!

What’s that I smell? It’s bacon, I think, and…you are…wearing it! Oh my, however did that come to pass? Read on for some sizzling, bacon-oriented details about the Bacon-Scented, Bacon-Patterned Tuxedo!

ICON: The People's Plane

On June 12, ICON Aircraft, a privately held startup based in Los Angeles, bet that ultra light recreational aircraft will revolutionize private aviation and unveiled a sleek new plane named the A5

Explosives and Bombs: New Detection Devices for a Safer Future

The latest in bomb detection. New advanced technology that is both easy to use and effective.

Soup Or Salad Topography Bowl: Eccentric Luncheon Fare

Check out this awesome ceramic topography bowl that transforms into a miniature landscape when you add soup or salad. Read on for some healthy but very expensive details.

Embarassed Teens Can Visit Doctor Online

Spanish health authorities have designed a virtual health portal for teens too uncomfortable to speak to a doctor in person about embarrassing medical problems they may have.

Elvis Is Alive Again With Art

We all love the King of Rock and Roll. Some say he is still around, as there has been various Elvis sightings over the years. However, Elvis has been kept alive through artwork in various forms.

Riding A Bike In Montreal Just Got Easier

Bikes included, the city of Montreal is about to get North America's first self-serve bike rental system.

A High-Tech Classroom on Wheels

Technology is developing across every genre around the world. Sometimes though it takes a really simple idea to make us realize that. One such idea came from the minds Gollifer Langston's Architects based in London. Their idea for a transportable "Classroom of the Future" could very well change how we look at modern education.

Site Announcements - June 27, 2008

InventorSpot.com is pleased to announce that a new writer is joining our team.

Manda Spring is a full time freelance writer and published author. Her publishing successes include popular children's books, award winning screenplays, e-books, novels and many featured articles in print magazines across the globe. The alluring nature of high tech revolutionary equipment and spy technology has captivated her interests and now she is devoted to bringing the latest innovations in defense, security and anti-terrorism to her readers.

You can read her blog here.

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New Invention Lets You Touch Your Speakers More Often

The latest product from Genius not only has a style that you can see, but one you can also touch.

Reincarnating The Voluptuous Madam Rubens... From A Mattress

If you remember your art history, Peter Paul Rubens was the 17th century Dutch artist best known for his paintings of cherubic children and voluptuously chubby young women. The Madam Rubens created by Frank Willems, a modern Dutch designer, is definitely voluptuous. She's in the form of a chair created from layers of recycled mattresses.

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."