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Heroes Star Hayden Panettiere's Surfing Stunt Showcases Innocence and Ignorance



"Save the Cheerleader, save the whales"... Hayden Panettiere, the cute young actress who plays the cheerleader in popular American action drama Heroes recently performed another role: bringing attention to a traditional dolphin hunt in Japan.
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10 Amazing Sports Ads That Demand Attention


Sports are a major part of today's society and as you will see, advertising plays a big role in this, with creative ads everywhere from billboards to bags and parking garages. Here are 10 Amazing Sports Ads that Grab Attention from recent advertising campaigns:


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New Method for Creating Water Could Lead to Inexpensive Fuel Cells


Scientists have discovered a new technique for creating water, using a new catalyst that reacts with both hydrogen and oxygen. The method could lead to the development of less expensive and more efficient hydrogen fuel cells, the energy source of hydrogen vehicles. read more »

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2007 Michelin SEMA Display: No Drooling2007 Michelin SEMA Display: No Drooling

After last years stunning display of speed machines from around the world, Michelin had many people wondering how they could possibly outdo themselves this year. I'm not so sure if they outdid themselves, but they most definitely put on an amazing show. read more »

Sony Unveils New In-Car Connectivity at SEMA 2007


Sony's popular Xplod line of car audio is featuring Bluetooth capabilities, satellite radio, and iPod connectivity for 2007-2008. Sony debuted 4 new CD receivers for your car that do a lot more than just play CDs and the radio. read more »

Hybrid Technology Changes Gears


First off the Assembly LineFirst off the Assembly Line

Hybrid technology has come a long way and continues to improve everyday. However, the newest innovation in Hybrid Technology isn't a motor...it's a transmission? read more »

Time's Invention of the Year for 2007 is the iPhone



Apple's iPhoneApple's iPhone

Alas! Apple's iPhone gets its due. The celebrated Time Magazine Invention of the Year Award has gone to the pocket size, wonder technology platform that does everything but cook your eggs! Of course, if you happen to be boiling them, you can set the iPhone alarm to tell you when the eggs are done! read more »

Technological INTELligence Comes to China


With its longstanding pledge to develop innovation through local communities, Intel recently opened a software innovation and support center in Hangzhou, which is a capital city in East China. read more »

Open the Door to a New Era of Table Tennis


Anyone who inhabits "postage stamp" size apartments can appreciate the value of space-saving innovations. And unless you are among the lucky few who boast voluminous digs, accommodating a ping pong table into your living quarters is probably more of a joke than a realistic venture... read more »

Deep-Space Experiment becomes Deep-Sea Experiment


A science experiment designed to detect deep-space neutrinos is discovering insights into everything from bioluminescent swimming bacteria to the possibility of increasing carbon pollution to underwater hurricanes. read more »

Alteil Online Dueling Card Game Explodes with Anime Imagery



Pokemon, Duel Masters and Yu-Gi-Oh pioneered dueling card games in both Japan and the wider world. Alteil takes up where these games leave off, adding exquisite anime style artwork and an online dimension few RPG's can match!
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Editor's Picks for Best of InventorSpot.com for October 2007


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InventorSpot.com had a great October 2007 with over 1.2 million page views and almost 700,000 unique visitors. We also added 4 new writers to our writing team to share the latest news on inventions and innovations from around the world and interesting new ideas with you.

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8 Environmentally Friendly Burial Alternatives.. or 8 Options to the Boring Old Coffin


Today's funeral practices are not environmentally friendly. Between clearing land out to make burial sites, green house gases due to cremation, trees cut down to make caskets and embalming fluid which contains chemicals like formaldehyde, methanol, ethanol and other solvents, death is not as natural as it should be. Funerals are detrimental to the land, water and air. The good news is that green funeral options continue to grow in popularity. Below are some innovative burial alternatives to choose from. read more »

Abduction Lamp Sheds Light on the Truth


According to Lasse Klein, the creator of the Alien Abduction Lamp, Elvis is still alive. Apparently he's living comfortably on Mars. Not only that, but he's got an endless supply of hamburgers read more »

A Legend Reborn from Chrysler


Dodge is bringing back the Challenger, Pontiac has the GTO and Ford redesigned the Mustang to look more like the 60's Shelby's. Could it now be Chrysler's turn?

Cuda Concept: Artist RenditionCuda Concept: Artist Rendition read more »

A Little Formula-1 for Everyone


Every little boy dreams of becoming the next Formula-1 race car driver. Tearing over the pavement at speeds over 200 miles per hour....what a rush. Sadly, only a select few will ever get to experience that kind of adrenaline rush. But with the help of Caparo Vehicle Technologies, anyone can own their own Formula-1 race car, straight from the factory.

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Think Your Tivo Is Cool? Technology From Singapore Puts Tivo to Shame


Singapore has geared up for the ultimate in personal entertainment with WOWtv, a personalized media experience through streaming broadband channels. read more »

The Paperclip Lamp: An Evolutionary Design


Ah, the paperclip. Surely, its top-ranking position in the world of office fasteners is unrivaled - only the unattractive staple could possibly compete... read more »

NEC Launches World's Fastest Computer


NEC is set to launch the fastest vector supercomputer in the World. This is not just another desktop computer, as it stands as tall as the average person and performs about 3 times faster than the next fastest computer. All this powerful computing comes at a price. Wait till you see how much money you would need to fork over to buy this computer; or at least how much it will cost to rent this supercomputer monthly. You'll be blown away!

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More Muslim Competition for Barbie


Salma Doll (from the Salma website)Salma Doll (from the Salma website)In the competitive world market for Barbie-like dolls a new contender has emerged. Salma, from the word ‘peace' in Arabic, is a new Barbie inspired doll that promotes positive Islamic values. The new doll, created by Sukmawati Suryaman, an Indonesian businesswomen, is the latest competition to Mattel's Barbie doll in the Muslim world. read more »