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Wire Free Blender


Introducing the Breville Cordless Immersion Blender. It is sleek, stylish and an innovative kitchen gadget.

The blender has no wires, yes no wires to hinder movement in the kitchen. So this convenient tool will help you make smooth sauces and soups, creamy shakes, fruit purees lovely mayonnaise etc., all without the hindrance of cords.


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Video Games Launched March 2007


Splinter Cell Double AgentSplinter Cell Double AgentDuring the spring, kids and adults alike are outside enjoying the weather. Whether it be playing catch, playing with your little league baseball team, or working out, most people in the United States are outside enjoying the spring and summer months. Since people are outside, and not inside playing video games, sales in the video ndustry dip during these months. As a result, many game companies hold their games from being released during this time of the year. Each year, however, a handful of game companies take a chance by releasing a game during the spring, and these are the big titles that came out this month read more »

iKaraoke for the American Idol in You


You know you have that X Factor, the stuff American Idols are made of, but the question is how do you find that out without being laughed at by the entire nation?Well! Here comes the super duper iKaraoke to your rescue!

 

The iKaraoke for iPods lets you sing along with your favorite tunes without the mockery and laughter. read more »

Mandylion Password Manager


Password Management had become the bane of my life till I came across this gadget which stores up to 50 logins. That’s right Mandylion Password Manager can securely manage up to 50 logins.
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Have Money to Burn? Pay $68,000 for a Cricket Ball


cricket ballcricket ballThis diamond studded cricket ball will be presented to the Best Indian and Best International players at the 2007 Cricket World Cup tournament which is currently being played in the West Indies. The diamond cricket ball was created by Gitanjali Gems Limited. Each diamond ball is studded with 5,728 pieces of diamonds with a worth of approximately $68,500.

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Sun Jar : To Lighten Up Your Nights


Sun Jar is a jar with all the goodness of sunshine in it.Created designer Tobi Wong, it’s a simple yet stylistic jar which absorbs the sunlight during the daytime and glows incandescently by night. read more »

Lounge it Out in the Sumo Chair


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking for a great way to lounge? Check out the Omni lounge chair by Sumo, a durable, comfortable bean-bag-of-a-chair that's great for, what else? Lounging. Here's my review. Plop down and take a look! read more »

Banking With Clocks – Banclock


The Banclock is a clock. It displays time and rings an alarm to wake you up.

But then, what is so cool or innovative about it?

Well for one, the display or face of the Banclock is like a national debt ticker.

And to make matters worse, the alarm can only be stopped if you feed the clock some coins.

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Would You Wear This? Solar Powered Bikini


If you like the idea of using solar energy to power up your electronics, you may really like the idea of solar clothing.

There is a new solar concept that could help you look sexy and keep you cool at the beach without an effort. What is it? It is the Solar Powered Bikini.

Designed by Andrew Schneider, the Solar Powered Bikini is part of his iDrink line. This standard medium-sized bikini with a USB connection provides new and fun possibilities with solar power. read more »

Water-Safe Baby Carrier


With summer fast-approaching, visions of the dreaded heat and humidity press tightly on my mind, like a hot, wet cloth. Oppressive and uncomfortable, the Midwest summers can nearly kill you or at least obliterate any fun outdoors - especially for my family. We all dislike the heat. Staying at home with the kids, cooped up in the deliciousness of air-conditioning can only last too long. Boredom sets in. Quick as a wink, I'm out the door, having packed everyone up for an afternoon at the pool. I love the water; its blue wetness dazzling in the glaring sun. Watching the children swimming their hearts and summer away is amazing. I love to hear their ecstatic squeals of laughter echoing off the water.
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10 Weird Handbags for the Manly Man


I don't know about you, but I am involved with a woman. That, by definition means that whenever she and I go out together, I somehow end up holding her purse. I don't know what it is with women and their purses. My lady can't go anywhere without it, but then tries to dump it on me every chance she gets.

Waiting around the mall this weekend bored out of my mind, I realised that I really I should be able to do something to make it more fun for a man to hold a woman's purse. I mean, if we men are going to end up holding the darn thing, shouldn't it be something we can have more fun with or at least not be mortified to be seen with?

So here are my picks for the 10 HandBags A Real Man Can Carry: read more »

IdeaWatch 2.0: Money Waiting for an Idea


Is your next great idea all dressed up with nowhere to go? Business plan in hand but no money in your pocket to get it off the ground? Now imagine the opposite problem...tons of money in hand but no one to turn your idea into reality. Ahhhh...the problems of a venture capitalist. Business 2.0 magazine is helping to bridge the gap between startups and investors by presenting 20 real-life ideas that venture capitalists are just itching to fund...to the tune of $100 million. read more »

Stop Says the Red Handle Go Says the Green


You see The Lighting Handle is this cool and absolutely whacky new gadget.

It glows green if the room/bathroom/boardroom/etc. is empty and glows red if the said rooms are occupied.

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Is Finger Regeneration Possible?


If salamanders can regenerate their limbs, deer their antlers and mice their hearts, then why can't people regenerate a lost limb too? Or can we? Scientists are looking into it. Cases, such as the one about Lee Spievack from Cincinnati, who restore a finger tip using the extract of pig bladder, has scientists wondering about the possibilities of regeneration.
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Brilliant's Invention Idea of the Week - Gas-o-Haul


Gas-o-HaulI think it's important for a car to have a container handy to hold extra gasoline or water in case of emergencies. But, the storage containers traditionally available to hold gasoline are usually huge and bulky and practically take up half the space in the trunk, leaving little room for anything else. So, although having a container around is something people should do, very few people actually do because it's impracticable.
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Ball of Fun


The 84" Giga Ball is bright red and loads of fun, once it's fully inflated.

The inflation takes some time and patience as the ball does not come with a pump, but once it's done, the kids will not want to leave it. Children can crawl into the ball and roll about inside it while someone rolls the ball around.

Get ready for hours of shrieking joy... read more »

1 Million Solar Roofs In 10 Years


If you know anything about solar panels, you very likely know how much they can lower your electric bill, not to mention help the environment, but you probably also know that it takes a lot of money to invest in solar panels and their installation in the first place. For many people, especially low income families, it is this initial cost of going solar that makes it nearly impossible to do. But finally, places like California are making it easier to go solar for everyone.
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Cooks Delight--Halogen Oven


The oven comes with an easy-to-do recipe book that would be a help for first time users.

The reviews of the product are mostly favorable.

The only requirement is a few trails before one gets it right. One needs to turn the food over during cooking to even out the process, inbuilt electronic signals help make the cooking process easy. read more »

Reynolds Wrap Gates : Inventive Marketing


Oversized boxes of Reynold's Wrap(R) Aluminum Foil were installed in Roll Down Gates in New York City to highlight the products strength and toughness. Does it work?

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Virtual Photo Frame


The Parrot Photo Viewer is a Bluetooth enabled device that lets a person share and display ones favorite moments by digitally sending them from a Bluetooth phone or computer to the Photo Viewer.

Wow.

The 7" wide Photo Viewer is programmed to display up to 262,144 shades of color for bright, contrasting photos with a resolution of 720x480 pixels.

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