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Digital Photos Escape The Frame, Get Cubed

Designer Ludwig Zeller has created the CubeBrowser, a six-sided mix of ingenuity and art that allows the enjoyment of photos in a whole new way.

Badass Bacteria On A Highway To Smell

Newcastle University scientists have determined that bacteria have the ability to smell you coming.

Digital Wallet Makes Using And Losing Your Money Easier Than Ever

From designer Fredrik Palmblad comes the Digital Wallet, a USB answer to the worn leather card-carriers we cling to.


Apples Products May Take A Dip In Liquidmetal

Personal electronics giant Apple flows into the liquid tech market with exclusive access to Liquidmetal.

New iPhone Cassette Case Rewinds You Of The Past

From odd gadget supplier Fred and Friends – not sure who Fred is or just how close his friends are – comes the Tuned Up silicone iPhone case.

Transparent Window Film Makes Solar Power A Possibility In Every Home

New spray-on solar coating by Norwegian company EnSol AS hopes to make windows more than the eyes of your home by giving them the ability to help power what's inside.

Magnets To Tumors - We're Hot For You

A new technique in cancer-killing uses magnetically heated nano particles to target and broil individual cancer cells. Toasty!

Google Pedestrian Remover Remains Virtual - For Now

With online privacy an ever-growing concern, University of California compsci grad student Arturo Flores has developed a way to take the people out of the Google.

Braille Gets A Stylish Makeover With The Haptic Reader

Haptic reader makes non-braille books into something readable for those who know the language of touch.

Toxic Snails Aren't Doctors But Take Your Pain Away - Sans HMO

Turns out that marine cone snails may do more than just sting fish and reel them in for the kill with their powerful conotoxin - the same toxic can mitigate pain in humans, or paralyze your enemies for a hilarious comeuppance.

"That's What She Said" Now Coming In Pashto, Dari And Iraqi Arabic

Scientists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology try to bring Star Trek's translation technology to the battlefront, pave the way for hilarious mis-communications.

HelloTag Lets The Whole Store Know Those Pants Won't Fit You

In an effort to make department store shopping far more accessible and slightly more embarrassing, designer Moonhawn Lee has invented the HelloTag.

Ice Formation Gives Room Temperature The Cold Shoulder

Tired of broken hotel ice machines, Spanish researchers went ahead and found out how to grow ice at room temperature. Seems like a slippery slope.

Socket To Me - The Old Power Bar With A Twist

A product to solve common conundrums, the Socket Sense lets power bars actually connect multiple devices. How electric.

Fatty French Fries Fuel Futuristic Form Of Forging Forward

In the quest to find an efficient Hydrogen generation system, researchers at the University of Leeds have found a way to turn leftover french fry fat into fuel.

Avatars As Nerdy As Their Creators, Study Finds

Concordia University has discovered – surprise, surprise – that the character you make online acts a hell of a lot like you do in real life.

Robots Now Eat And Poop - Apocalypse Cannot Be Far Behind

The UK's Bristol Robotics Lab has been working tirelessly since 2002 to create robots that are capable of the most important human of feats - eating food for energy and pooping it out.

Resonating Ceramic Meta-Cloak In Development, Stoneware Dagger On Hold

Professor Elena Semouchkina and her team at Michigan Tech U have worked out a way to cloak small objects - without their grant fundind dissappearing.

MoviePeg For iPhone And iPad Actually iNnovative

Gadgets and i-products go together like peanut butter and jam, and every once in while one comes along that actually tastes great AND is less filling. Such is the case with the MoviePeg.

Semi-Autonomous Autos Man Up For A Trip To China

Italy – the land of Pasta, Pizza, hot Roman nights and now cool, self-roamin’ semi-autonomous vehicles on their way to China.