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Got More Money Than Sense? These Solid Gold Next-Gen Consoles Are Just The Ticket For You

Got thirteen thousand dollars to spare? If so, do I have a purchase for you. The folks over at The Gatti Luxury Lab have designed both an Xbox One and a PlayStation 4 for the 'luxury' gamer in all of us. They're both made of solid gold, because doing things in moderation is for the poor.

Busboys, You Might Be Out Of A Job Thanks To Boris 2

A UK research team has solved one of the most complex problems in robotics - the handling of unfamiliar objects. Their creation, Boris 2, is able to accurately assess anything it examines. Evidently, it'll soon be able to load a dishwasher.

That's actually a lot more impressive than it sounds. 


Want Your Putty To Be Smart Instead Of Silly?

It seems that all of us spent some portion of our childhoods goofing around with Silly Putty. It was the perfect Sunday morning toy as we lifted comics from the paper with it. It was one of the most iconic toys of the 20th century. With Smart Mass Thinking Putty this fun past time has been reinvented for a whole new century -- and boy does it show!

China's First Mobile Phone Only Sidewalk Puts Smartphone Users In Their Place

Tired of accidents caused by self-absorbed texters, tweeters and Facebook status updaters? Hey, who isn't? The Chinese city of Chongqing decided enough is enough, installing a segregated mobile phone-only sidewalk along a portion of popular Yangren Street.

Twitter Outrage: Separating The Tweet From Chaff, From The Kardashians to Kent State

The concept of separating the ‘wheat from the chaff’ dates back to Gospel of Matthew from the New Testament. In the Digital Age, that parable bears significance when measuring outrage on social networks like Twitter. The microblogging platform has acted as a barometer for our level of emotions when we are dismayed, appalled or shocked by current-day events. But how do we separate the meaningful from . . .

Magnets That Clean Blood And Cure Sepsis

A magnetic device has been invented to extract bacteria, fungi and other toxins from the blood, potentially curing sepsis, a life threatening complication of infection that kills 1 in 4 who are affected. It consists of a microfluidic device that removes magnetic nanometer-sized beads that have bound to pathogens in the bloodstream.

Teeny Weeny? Trunk In My Junk Offers Men Easy Way To Stuff Their Package

Want your package to look bigger?  If you answered yes (or you're just plain curious), we have the latest modern solution for you.

OrbSys Recycling Shower: Instantly Cleans And Recycles Your Shower Water

A Swedish company has unveiled a new kind of shower that is making a real splash and may change the way you shower.

The OrbSys Recycling Shower, developed by Orbital Systems, now offers homeowners and condo dwellers, and even hotels, with a radically greener solution when it comes to water use and smart energy conservation.


The BioCouture Innovation: Will Bacteria Rule Fashion's Future?

Will your next pair of shoes be grown rather than manufactured? Environmental challenges and strained natural resources are forcing the evolution of different ways to produce sustainable consumer products. Read on to learn more about one designer's solution that may well shape the future of the fashion world.

Watch How Medication Affects Movement In Parkinson's Disease

Global Kinetics has just received FDA approval for their Parkinson's KinetiGraph (PKG) Data Logger, a wearable wrist recorder that monitors and tracks the movement of a patient suffering from movement disorders like Parkinson's, to help their physician determine the best course of treatment.

Want To Sleep On A Bed Of French Fries?

If there is one food that we get obsessed with in this country (pizza notwithstanding) it is French fries. It seems that everyone has an opinion on where to buy the best fries in town. So if you are ready to elevate your fry obsession to a whole new level, then you may want to try resting your weary bones in a bed of fries when you come home at night with a Supersize Bed.

Fiona Walker England. Because All Kids Need Faux Taxidermy

I’m not a hunter. Nor do I appreciate an animal mounted to a wall. But I fully support cuteness and adorable ways to decorate a child’s room. I’m also a sucker for woodland creatures. What does the fox say? The fox says buy the animal head wall hooks too. Fiona Walker England hits the mark with wall mounted animal heads. Because all kids need faux taxidermy.

With Winkymote, You Can Control Your TV With The Blink Of An Eye

Pretty soon, people will be able to control their TVs by blinking - and all it'll take is a little makeup. Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to Winkymote - an infrared remote control that can be operated simply by blinking. Television isn't all it's good for, either.

One-Stop-Shop On iPhone 6 & Twitter

The old AMEX ad slogan of ‘don’t leave home without it’ is apropos when referencing the new social trend of ‘instant purchasing.’ Within the very same week, both Apple and Twitter have devised new mobile e-commerce options. The stickiness of making a purchase without leaving the confines a social network or opening up several apps on your smartphone is appealing to the no-nonsense digerati who gravitate towards. . .

The Beauty Of Play Art

Artists do what they love because, well, they love what they do. And kids love to play because, well, it’s fun. When creativity, love, and play are combined, you get play art, a fun and beautiful way to introduce children to fine art. From crochet playgrounds to Playable Art, children everywhere can enjoy the beauty of play art.

Nissan's New Infiniti ESQ Shines In Mirror Finish Silver Paint

How shiny is TOO shiny? A new Infiniti ESQ recently displayed at a popular Beijing shopping mall answers the question after just a few seconds of reflection.

Wear Your Smartphone On Your Forearm With Syte Sleeve

Most gym goers who exercise with their smartphone either carry it around in their hand or wear it in an armband. Neither of these methods are as convenient as a forearm sleeve. Syte Sleeve is the forearm sleeve that makes exercising with your smartphone easier.

GlobeIn Brings Artisans From All Over The World To Your Fingertips

What do you get when you combine the homemade selling power of Etsy and the global small-business support of Kiva? Sprinkle in a little bit of Deepak Chopra and a subscription box similar to Birchbox and you're left with the iOS app, GlobeIn. At its core, GlobeIn is a very human driven app lets you purchase handmade items from artisans in developing countries.

Stellé Audio Clutch: Wearable Tech Innovation Meets Audio Couture

An exciting new wearable tech product for the ladies,  the Stellé Audio Clutch is an edgy innovation, marking a fusion with fantasy, accessory fashions, music and technology. Read on to learn more about this new, top-of-the-line design audio clutch bag.

In This Video Game, You Are Cancer

Cancer is a terrible disease. Even though we've made great strides in treatment of the illness over the past years, it's still anything but cured - and most people still have no concept of what it is. One developer aims to help us better understand the illness...through a video game.