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Want Police To Catch More Texting Drivers? Now They Can

One of the greatest dangers we face on the road today is texting drivers. We live in a culture that has convinced us that we not only can multi-task, but that we must. This lulls us into the belief that we can really do two things at once no matter what it is. Technology is coming up with a device similar to a radar gun that will allow police to detect people texting while on the move.


World's Fastest Hotel Looks A Lot Like Vagrant Life

We've seen hotels all around the world that provide a unique, sometimes terrifying environment for patrons to rest their weary heads. Let's be honest, sometimes we've just go to wonder why anyone would willingly pay money to stay in some of these establishments (for a whole variety of reasons), but the latest tops that list.

Get Your Cosmetic Drink On At The Lip Bar

The twenty-something woman loves to things: Getting drinks with her girls and makeup. What happens when those two meet? Introducing the Lip Bar, where cosmetics are sold like cocktails and lipsticks are named after our favorite alcoholic beverages. Yum!

The Adidas miCoach Smart Ball Is A Soccer Ball And A Coach

Smart technology is being integrated into just about every aspect of our lives and sport is seeing some great products come of it. The Adidas miCoach Smart Ball is one of those products. It employs a sensor package to coach you through dead-ball kick training.

Want To Know What The Color Of Your Snot Means? Here Are A Few Clues

We tend to be a bit obsessed with our noses. It is hard not to be when they are right there in front of us all the time. When they aren't working right, nothing seems to work right. Whether we want to or not we tend to check the tissue after we've blown -- possibly to see if any brain matter came out with a really hard blow. Okay, that really isn't possible, but the color of what you see could be telling you something.

MonBaby Smart Button Monitors Baby's Sleep and Breathing Patterns

Each year nearly 4,000 infants 12 months and younger die unexpectedly, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is one type of these sudden and unexpected infant deaths and is the third leading cause of infant deaths in the United States. While SIDS cannot be explained, other sleep-related infant deaths caused by accidental suffocation and strangulation can be prevented through proper education of safe sleeping environments for infants. The MonBaby baby monitor is a wearable smart button that will allow parents to track their baby’s breathing and sleeping patterns through their smart phone, providing proactive monitoring and alarms.

Fly High Above The Water With The Jetovator

From the sister company of Seabreacher, comes a water sports accessory that will send you flying high above the water. The Jetovator attaches to a personal watercraft (PWC) and utilizes water thrust to propel above the water and maneuver in all directions.

Want A Faster Way To Do Laundry? Get A Machine That will Do Two Loads At Once

One of the most frustrating things about doing laundry is how long it takes. Just last month LG unveiled a new washer called TWIN Wash that can do two loads of laundry at once. The idea is built around something called the Mini Wash -- a small washer that can go under any existing LG front-loading washer. It pulls out from the larger machine like a drawer.

Give Your Valentine A Bronzed Sculpture Of Your Anus This Year

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and people are scrambling for unique, creative gift ideas for their significant others.  What could be more unique and creative than a bronze sculpture of your anus?

So you want the perfect gift to symbolize the deep intimacy between you and your partner.  I think deep and intimate are the perfect words to describe British artist Magnus Irvin’s anus art.


ATHOS Biometric Apparel Reads Your Muscles' Effort When Training

Wouldn't it be amazing if you could tell how hard your muscles were working while you trained? With the ATHOS Biometric Apparel, you can. This sort of instant feedback is very beneficial in producing results, whether you're strength training, doing cardio or just want to look good in your bathing suit.

Even Einstein Can't Stand This Funky Fish Jerky

Smart Way's dried fish jerky comes in Salmon, Seaweed, and Black Sesame flavors and features the (no doubt unauthorized) image of noted smart guy Albert Einstein right on the front of each bag. We're not sure if that's an endorsement or a prediction.

Ride The Mando Footloose As Effortlessly As A Car

The Mando Footloose looks and rides like a bike, but it is no ordinary, spokes-chain-and-gears bike. For starters, it has no chain--that age-old symbol of the bicycle (a symbol that can sometimes be a real pain). It is also electric and foldable, making it ideal for the urban commuter or the free spirit looking for their "transportation soul mate."

Calling All Inventors! Submissions Open For The 2015 James Dyson Award

College students and recent graduates are invited to submit their problem-solving designs and inventions to the 2015 James Dyson Award competition. Undergraduate and graduate design and/or engineering students, as well as those who have graduated from a design or engineering program within the past four years, are invited to enter this world reknowned competition. Get further details....

The Armills Bracelet For Men: For Elitist Tastes and Deep Pockets

Although an unlikely pair, the blending of Pininfarina, the independant Italian car design firm, with Christophe and Company, has created a unique, sleek, high-tech men's bracelet comprised of luxury gems and advanced engineering. Read on to learn more, even if, alas, this bracelet is financially out of reach.

2014 PACE Awards: Celebration Of Motor Technological Innovation

For twenty years the annual PACE Awards have celebrated technological innovation in the automotive industry. This year 33 finalists will compete for awards recognizing noteworthy achievements in products, manufacturing processes, and information technology. This rundown of 2014's winners in the Product category illustrates what it takes to set the PACE.

The EVO ONE Ball Combines Sport With Technology To Create A New Basketball Experience

Basketball players work on their shot constantly. Shooting is the most practiced aspect of the game, and yet good shooters only make about 50% of their shots in game play. The EVO ONE Ball can help improve that percentage, by teaching optimal backspin--that's right, this revolutionary ball is also a virtual coach.

Reinventing London’s Old Tube Tunnels: Cyclists Set to Pedal Underground to Get Around

London is now the fastest growing city in the world. At present the city that harbors an endless list of cultures from around the world has a population of 8.3 million people. The city only continues to expand rapidly as there are nearly 2,000 people moving into the metropolis per week. The city anticipates that its population will be well over 12 million by 2027.

Super-Insulated Clothing: Will Indoor Heating Become Redundant?

Can super-insulated clothing eliminate the need for indoor heating? Is the wiring of body parts or some other such drastic measure required? Read on to learn more about this amazing fashion/tech innovation.

GoSun Stove: Bring It Anywhere And Cook Just About Anything Under The Sun

How would you like to have a hot meal anywhere you go? On a picnic, in the backyard, camping, on a hike? With the GoSun Stove, you can cook anything under the sun, literally. Anywhere there is sunlight, the GoSun Stove can harness that energy and cook a meal. 


FanTunes Speaker System: Combination Of Replica Helmets And High Quality Sound

If you're a loyal fan to a football team, then odds are you have your team's memorabilia around your home. FanTunes Helmet Speaker System could be a great addition to your collection and an added bit of character to your man-cave or office.