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The Hourei Lift Bra Fights Laughter Lines While Looking Hilarious

As we age, we start to see more and more pesky laughter lines. The Japanes innovation, the Hourei Lift Bra, fights just that. However, if it's so hilarious that I laugh while using it, would it still work?

Micromax X352: Dumbphone And USB Battery Charger In One Device

Micromax's new “feature” phone looks like a pretty cookie-cutter example of these devices nowadays. Except for the mammoth battery inside, that is, which you can re-purpose as a USB charging bank for your more expensive mobile devices.

Bossaball: An Extreme, High-Flying New Sport

Volleyball meets gymnastics. Throw in a little soccer and capoeira, and what do you get? You get a game played on a big air mattress with trampolines and a net. You get high-flying action, acrobatic shots, spiking, diving and kicking. You get bossaball.

Your Online Presence Is Important: Build Your Website The Right Way

Nowadays, one of the best ways to market and sell our inventions and innovations is through the Internet. However, a key to succeeding lies in taking full advantage of it - having a good-looking and functional website not only passes a better image of you, your company and your product(s), as it also makes communication easier and attracts potential costumers.

Innovative Food Research: Products Reflect Changing Diets

What will the diet of the future be like? Researchers in France have been busy developing diverse food types with higher nutritional value, alternative ingredients and production processes that are compeltley sustainable. Read on for more information, whether you are hungry or not.

Fiat Abarth 595 Turismo Rocks The Catwalk In Rosso & Grigio

The UK-only Fiat Abarth 595 Turismo may be the most stunning Fiat 500 variant yet. Sporting two-tone livery of metallic Rosso Officina topped by Grigio Pista, Fiat's pocket rocket has never looked so good.

Special Effect Is Allowing This Gamer To Play Minecraft With His Eyebrows

The ability to control a video game with one's eyebrows seems like a pipe dream, but for one disabled gamer, it's very much reality. Thanks to the effort of British therapy Special Effect, Alexander Kostov - who has spinal muscular atrophy - can game to his heart's content.

The Six-Legged Outrunner Robot Can Tear Up The Race Track

Scientists at Robotics Unlimited have created a six-legged robot called the Outrunner which is capable of reaching speeds of up to twenty miles per hour. The fact that it looks like a nightmarish amalgamation of a spider and a tumbleweed is only a happy accident, I'm sure.

PupSaver Dog Car Seat Safe For Use In Front Seats

Notice to all dog owners: It is not safe to drive with your dog in the front seat.  Right.  Now that you have that information, I will share news of a new car seat called the PupSaver that is made for pet owners who insist on keeping their dogs in their car's front seat anyway.  The PupSaver Car Safety Seat for Dogs passed an independent agency's crash tests up to a 30 mile-per-hour crash!

3 New And Innovative Business Ideas

If you have that innovative spirit but also the will to invest on a profitable business, then know that you do not have to go in the darkness. There are some areas on the rise right now, in which you can make some profits while keeping the innovative goals at the same time. Let's get to know three innovative business ideas that are really safe bets for you to dive on.

Carry Your Goal In A Duffel With Goalrilla's Gamemaker

Training for sports is tough. Even tougher is training for a sport when the equipment is hard to come by--equipment like soccer goals. Not all soccer players have an eight foot tall goal in their backpack, but they could. That's right, they could have a soccer goal in their backpack with the Goalrilla Gamemaker.

Alarming News: China's Mechanical Clock Theme Park Closes

Due to an unexpected lack of visitors, operations at the Mechanical Clock Theme Park project in Ganzhou, China have been suspended. The clock-themed recreational complex brought in only a fraction of predicted revenues so city authorities wisely suggested a time out.

Veloschmitt's KR E-250 Personal Transporter: The Messerschmitt Reloaded

If the Veloschmitt KR E-250 looks oddly familiar, you might have spent a little too much time in post-war Germany. Designers Achim Adlfinger and Fred Zimmermann have been there and now they've done that, evoking the spirit of Messerschmitt's quirky KR200 Kabinenroller in this three-wheeled pedal/electric velomobile.

Make Your Picnic Posh With The Picnic Trolley

No awkward, bulky coolers will do at a picnic where the Picnic Trolley is going! Made in Great Britain (Wales, in fact), "the mecca of high-end picnics," the Picnic Trolley is brought to you by the incredibly innovative Pro-Idee Concept Studio....

Cockroach iPhone Case For The iPhone 5: Ideal For Insect Texting

The Cockroach iPhone case surrounds your precious iPhone 5 or iPhone 5s with tough yet flexible silicone designed to imitate one of natures most successful species. That's good. The Cockroach iPhone case looks, well, like a six-inch long cockroach. That's... not so good.

Improve Your Vertical With The PER4M Jump Trainer

Athletes, do you want to add a couple of inches to your vertical? Dunk over that defender in the paint? Out jump the offense and break up a touchdown pass? The PER4M Jump Trainer may just be the piece of equipment you need to get those inches on your vertical and improve your game.

Bad Backs Need Stretching AND Exercise: The Medi-Dyne Corestretch Core Exerciser Does Both

Most adults have bad backs. We sit too much, stand in one position too much, or suffer from repetitive motion injuries to our backs.  The common exercise wisdom is that to strengthen our backs, we need to strengthen our abdominal muscles, but actually we have to do both - and that means we have to exercise both.  Until now, I had not found something suitable for back exercise, even in the gym, but the Medi-Dyne CoreStretch Core Body Exerciser works and works well.

 


Cisco Leads The Charge In The Application Economy

It's hard to believe that mobile devices while a couple of decades in the making didn't achieve mass adoption until Apple launched their first iPhone in 2007. With it's customer-pleasing multi-touch interface and application distribution platforms, a number of competing mobile operating systems joined the fray quickly to meet the burgeoning demand. Smarphones, tablet computers and other hand-held devices ushered in tech advancement . . .

Track Your Food Intake The Old Fashioned Way With The PicoPad

Are you trying to lose weight, but aren't really into all of the fitness and food tracking apps. Maybe you are old fashioned, an old soul, an old dog not wanting to learn new tricks or you just prefer the feel of a pen against paper as opposed to a keyboard or touchscreen. If any one of these are the case, you would certainly benefit from the PicoPad in your weight loss endeavor.

Mattel & Europcar Create First Rental Car Agency For Kids

Mattel, the maker of Hot Wheels toy cars, has teamed up with European car rental agency Europcar to offer the children of car-renting adults the chance to rent the Hot Wheels models of their choice. Sound good, kids? Just sign on the dotted line...