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Caseboard: Electric Skateboard That Folds Into A Case

If you're looking for an efficient and green mode of transportation, you'll want to check out some of the newest electric bikes, boards and scooters. If you want to take efficiency a step further and get something that's easy to carry around, you'll want to check out the Caseboard--a foldable, electric skateboard.

Curbside App Allows You To Shop Locally And Pick Up Packages Without Leaving Your Car

If you’re one of the millions of people who absolutely abhor entering a brick and mortar store to buy things, you’ve now got more options to choose from when it comes to shopping and receiving your purchases on time.

Rainy Days and Self-Drying Jackets Never Get You Down

Meet a Back-To-The-Future inspired self-drying jacket  that promises smiles instead of frowns on rainy days. Falyon's special jacket is new to the wearable tech scene, but is likely to be a memorable addition.


One Way To Rock Your Snow Globes

At this time of year it is common to give a snow globe as a gift. Naturally all of the standard Christmas icons have been done to death. Major cities have also taken up their share of this market. How about one that is a pile of rocks? To the uninitiated that is what this Cairn Snow Globe looks like it is holding. This stack of rocks is so much more than that.

Luna Is A Smart 360° Camera For Everyone

It looks like an eyeball that’s about the size of a pool ball, but it’s a camera – a high-tech one on every level. A team of inventors from Mountain View, California, has developed Luna, which they claim is the world’s smallest and smartest camera presently on the market. Sure, Luna sounds neat, but can you really afford to get your hands on this new technology?

Move Over Grilled Cheese - Bourbon Chocolate Slices Have Hit The Scene

Can you imagine chocolate, packaged in the same way as conventional processed cheese slices? Yes, that’s what the innovative people at Japanese company, Bourbon, have created.

Sani Sticks Use Natural Enzymes To Keep Drains Clear

Tired of pooling water and odor from slow moving drains? There are biodegradable products out now called Sani Sticks that claim to use natural enzymes in order to keep your drains doing just that, draining smoothly.

BomBoard: Open Water Excitement On A Low Budget

Picture pulling up to the local beach's parking lot and pulling, from the trunk of your car, 4 pieces of a machine. When you assemble that machine, you have something similar to a Jet Ski, only this machine is lighter and more versatile. This machine is the BomBoard--the world's only modular, high-performance watercraft.

The Nanoleaf Smarter Kit Brings Bold Shapes To Your Smart Light

What was once a relatively niche product, smart lights are finally making their way into mainstream markets thanks to improved tech and lower price points. While all of them have their different selling points, they are all essentially the same thing; use your smartphone to control your lights. One of the most bold designs to come out is the Nanoleaf Smart Light.

1 Voice Audio Beanie Lets You Rock Out To Your Favorite Beats While Staying Warm

Audio wear is now a fashion statement and serves as a functional accessory for keeping your head warm — if you rock and roll with 1 Voice.

Sometimes Cooking Requires A Master Plan With A Master Pan

There are just times in life when you've just got too much cooking going on and can't stand the thought of washing all those pans. With a Master Pan you can make a master plan and cook an entire dinner in just one non-stick pan. There are five different compartments to allow you to make your meat and side dishes all at the same time -- and on just one burner.

Colorfully Painted Road Ramps Assist Traction, Reduce Distraction

An innovative new highway overpass complex in Chongqing, China's Nan'an District sports sections of red- and green-painted pavement.

Can You Spare a Square? Toilet Paper Tube Sculptures

What can you do with empty toilet paper rolls besides throw them at people? Make art with them, of course!

Into Escargot? Grow Your Own!

Most of us only know snails as a pesky garden pest. To the French snails are a fine delicacy to be enjoyed at the start of a gourmet meal. Not all snails are edible or palatable so you can't just run out and gather a meal up off of the patio. However you can get a Grow Your Own Escargot Kit and start raising your own herd of tasty morsels.

Top 20 Coolest Star Wars Gifts For Christmas: Part 1

We are right around the corner from one of the most anticipated movies in years: Star Wars--The Force Awakens.  As such, the marketing campaign is ramping up to light speed and with Christmas coming up, that means a ton of new toys and merchandise coming to us from a galaxy far, far away.

Stem Cells and 3-D Printing: Innovative and Astounding Technology

Learn more about the latest in regenerative medicine and how 3-D printing with the help of scientists is helping to transform it by developing a way to print 3-D structures than contain embryonic cells.


We Wish You A Geeky Christmas

It may be Christmas but that doesn't mean that you need to give up being a geek for the holidays! Your Christmas stocking can reflect your favorite form of geekery with a Star Wars R2-D2 Stocking, a Doctor Who TARDIS Stocking, or even a Game of Thrones Stocking. Each one is officially licensed merchandise of the franchise each belongs to.

New TravelCard Charger Thin Enough To Fit Right In Your Wallet

Ever wish there were a charger for your phone or other mobile devices that you could just slip into your wallet? Well, now there is. Sleek and streamlined, it's the TravelCard.

Facebook’s Ban Of Tsu Reduced To A 'Miscommunication'?

'Tsuvians,' as they euphemistically like to call themselves — are a hearty lot. When they feel they have been wronged, this small band of social networkers appear much more sizable than they actually are. Seemingly outranked in comparison to Facebook’s 1.6 billion, Tsu founder Sebastian Sobczak’s 4 million users by social media standards is a meager number.

Be Naughty: Give The Gift Of Coal This Christmas!

Once upon a time it was a common practice in some cultures to put a lump of coal in a naughty child's Christmas stocking and leave out the toys. The disappointment was supposed to give these children the incentive to be a good child in the year to come. While we don't do that anymore, you can have some fun giving someone a bag of You've Been Naughty Popcorn Coal this year.