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Mitsubishi Colt Borrows Big Brother's Nose

As expected, the next model of Mitsubishi's Colt was out and about at the Paris Motor Show and the new styling definitely gives it a sportier look. And with three different engines available, the Colt promises to be the perfect entry vehicle.

Study Finds Using Fans Reduces Risk of SIDS

A new study has found that using a fan on a sleeping baby lowers the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) by 72 percent.

Microchip Storage of Individual Genetic Codes: Russian Reality by 2020?

Within the dynamic world of nanotechnology, Russian experts predict that by 2020 any individual will be able to afford a microchip, which will store his or her genetic code since birth. Read on for details.

Button Art Gives New Use To Lost Buttons

Many times throughout my life I've lost a button. Or two. Not a day goes by when I don’t think about these lost buttons. However, maybe all those lost buttons have found a new home with this artist!

Pooped Out From Traditional Diapers? Rediscover a Classic.

Diaper changes don’t have to be hard on dad or the environment, thanks to an innovative alternative to the typical cloth diaper.

Idling Alternatives Cools Truckers, Save Gas and Help The Planet

Not idling is one of the many good ways to save gas and be more environmentally friendly, but there are few to keep cool on hot days when, for some important reason, you just have to sit in your vehicle and wait. What is the average Jane and Joe to do to not idle and yet stay cool when there is need to stay cool in a vehicle and opening the windows just isn't enough? How about truckers?

Genetically Modified Flowers to Smell 10 Times Stronger

Scientists from Israel have discovered how to genetically enhance the scent of flowers by a factor of 10. The method could also lead to "extra-tasty" fruits and vegetables, since smell is a key factor in determining taste.


Wald International Modifies the GT-R

It comes as no surprise that as soon as the Nissan GT-R hit the streets, people wanted to customize it. The only real issue was the very limited number of things you could do without voiding the warranty or illuminating a check engine light. Since a body kit won't void the warranty, that's where many people are looking, which is why Wald International has released their version of the GT-R.

Don't Let Your Martini Suffocate!

As a red wine drinker, I know that to fully experience its bouquet and taste, red wine should be poured into a wine decanter and left to sit for between one hour and two days, depending on its age, before it is tasted. I did not know that aerating was important for white wines, champagne, and even martinis!

A Coffee with Nutritional Benefits: Novel Business Idea?

It’s undeniable that coffee is the most popular drink in North America, if not the planet. It's disheartening to know that everyone's favorite drink just isn't doing us any favors. So what if I told you that there's a new competitor on the market; coffee with a healthy twist?


Another Hands-free Umbrella? This One Is Truly Different

UFO Cap manufacturers say, "On a rainy day, it will be the wings for your arms!" I tend to agree, it's an interesting concept which might turn out to be useful in situations where you must have the use of both hands.

Teach Baby About Recycling Early With a Micro Pod Diaper Bag

Environmentally-conscious parents now have a new alternative when it comes to toting around baby gear…introducing the recycled bottle diaper bag by Fleurville.

Eye Say, False Eyelashes or Feather Dusters?

Eye, matey! In the olden days, "40 lashes!" was a punishment. Now it's a fashion, but don't blink or you'll miss it. Or more likely, hurt yourself.

What's Drawer-ing Me To 'Affordable Housing'?

Drawer space. One never has enough of it. The designer of Affordable Housing has created a large chest of drawers, for sure. But look further to discover its magnificence!

Russian Scientists Expand Horizons of Thermo-Diagnostics

Natural thermal sensors are a byproduct of millions of years of evolution. If you don’t believe this, just ask any law-abiding mosquito how he or she always knows just where to bite into a “fresh warm lunch” or put another way, into objects which are warmer than their environment. Read on, even if your appetite is suddenly waning.

2008 Nobel Prize In Medicine Awarded To HIV And HPV Discoverers

The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden announced today that the 2008 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine would be shared by the discoverers of HPV (human papilloma virus) that causes cervical cancer, and the HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), both sexually transmitted viruses.

Is the Reign of the Viper Over?

The Dodge Viper is one of the few remaining American Supercars and sadly, it too many soon be removed from the Chrysler production line. But the Viper isn't done fighting yet. Rather than just discontinuing the Viper, the rights may be sold to a third party where the legacy can continue.

Vanishd: Surf the Web in Private, Fool Prying Eyes

Those who surf the Internet at work can now breathe a little easier with a free web-based service that helps hide extracurricular browsing.

South Africa joins the Electric Vehicle Race

The Paris Motor Show is in full swing, and as expected, the new concepts and hybrids are among the top reveals. One of the more interesting vehicles present at the show is the Joule MPV, which is the first electric vehicle to come from South Africa.

Travel By Dog: Carting & Scootering Are Hot!

If your dogs just can't get enough exercise and you don't live in a very cold, wet climate where you can sled, there are snowless equivalents of dog sledding. You can go carting or scootering and leave the driving to them! Mush! Mush!