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Since wind gusts like to make a surprise appearance at the beach every once in a while, one company has come up with an invention to make sure your umbrella doesn’t fly away.
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Katie Gatto has an MA in Information Systems Security and a BA in English. She is based in the Garden State (New Jersey). In addition to being a freelance writer, Katie also works as an IT consultant for small and medium sized businesses. Kate's blog will be about all things that are new in the world of computers and technology, from hot new sites you will want to visit, to major break outs that may change the face of technology as we know it.
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With help from some simple instructions, building a personal charger for your iPhone can be pretty straight-forward, even if you’re not that great with electronics.
Despite the controversies that come along with it, IOCELL’s latest invention is about to change the way you hear phone conversations.
Secure in the shoulder harness of a 250-pound jet pack, 16-year-old Harrison Martin rose a few feet off the ground. With two fans at his sides providing upward thrust, he hovered for about 45 seconds before settling back down on earth.
With some determination and past personal experiences, a former college athlete and his wife have come up with an invention to help individuals who use cleats.
Celebrities are known to produce and design their own clothing and fashion accessories, but can their charm and good looks help them create electronics?