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The Next Chapter In Reader Digital Books from Sony

Reading is a very popular pastime for many and for those who are avid book readers often run into a common problem -- running out of space on the bookshelf. Thanks to the advancement in technology bookshelves may never be needed again.

10 Webcams with a Soft Side

Most of us have one but never really take much notice to it until we need to use it. Web cams as we have come to know them are typically small, made up of metal or plastic and range in a number of shapes and sizes but they do share a commonality --


World's Smallest Golf Course At Your Fingertips

Are you a golf fanatic or do you know someone who is? Introducing a new way of playing golf without even having to leave the office. Rain or shine, this golf set is great for helping to pass time.

The World's First Ever Underwater Pogo Stick

Remember that pogo stick your parents gave you for Christmas when you were a kid? Remember how hard it was to stay on and not fall off the darn thing? Well you and thousands of others may now be able to live their childhood dream

Proving That Size Matters: A Mega USB 16 Port Hub

Although this gadget won't be winning a prize for best looking tech product of the year, its functionality definitely makes it a winner amongst its competitors.

A Comb That Conquers Baldness

Thousands of men and women around the world have spent a great deal of time and money in search of a cure for baldness. From painful hair transplant treatments to hyped up miracle drugs the selection of remedies are plenty. Imagine restoring hair that

Indoor Gnome Bowling - A Strike?

Gnomes as we know them to be are those small bearded weirdish looking little men that wear pointed hats. They can often be found nestled in gardens around the world but as of recent, they are now being sighted...

A Robot Now Comes With A Heart

A robot is essentially a machine that takes in information through its senses, and in turn acts intelligently on the basis of that information. So can robots be intelligent enough to express real humanlike emotions?

A Watch that Can Find Missing Persons

Call off the search party. Here is a device that can find those who are lost immediately. The Keruve GPS tracking device is a watch that can be worn by anyone, but was really designed for the purpose of...

Airport Security Is Now In the Hands of Children

Most of us know that with large numbers of people passing through airports every single day, the potential for airports to be a target for terrorism is great, but do children realize that?

A Wireless Antenna That Crawls Along Human Skin

Wireless technology as we currently know it provides the means for transporting information through the air from one point to another. A recent medical invention developed by a team of researchers from Queens University Belfast has opened the door for future wireless technology possibilities.

An LCD Display Gadget That Really Stinks

Have you ever taken a walk and all of a sudden gotten hit with a whiff of something that smelled great and as a result, made you hungry? I'm pretty sure you have. Some people believe that we as humans are born with a predetermined template of the type of smells we do or do not like but one company is determined to prove otherwise.

Home Health Gadget Promotes Longer Living

Although we live in an era that promotes increased health and well-being, there is still a steady rise in the number of people around the world, who are suffering from chronic illnesses. Meeting the needs of those who require regular ongoing medical attention, places a great strain on the health care system, but

5 Keyboards That Have Been Beaten With the Ugly Stick

I've used a number of keyboards in my lifetime, and they all seem to have their ups and downs. And when it comes to technology, I usually believe that functionality should precede aesthetic appeal, but I've since changed my mind after laying my eyes on these eyesores.


Philips Eco TV Brings Smiles to Environmentalists

A TV that is bringing smiles to both environmentalists and avid boob tube watchers alike is the Philips Eco TV model 42PFL5603D. This TV is both elegant, powerful and lives up to its title of being eco friendly.

Solar Power that's Flick’in the Switch Off

How many times have you turned a light on and forgotten to turn it off after you've left the room/area? Unnecessary consumption of electricity is fading away in backyards around the world. With the invention of Solar Fairy lighting people are jazzing up their gardens, doorways and balcony railings without causing harm to the world.


USB Gadget Gone Green

Most of us encounter technology on a regular basis whether at home, school or the workplace. We employ this technology to enhance our lives or so we seem to believe. What the world needs to understand is that with the advancement of technology comes the issue of polluting the world we all live in.

In efforts to change the patterns of the technological advancement cycle, companies are producing innovative technologies which are becoming key ingredients in the recipe to saving our planet.


Tech Out The Menu

How many times have you gone to a restaurant whether it is a neighborhood greasy spoon joint or a high end hotspot, only to get a waiter who insists on taking your order verbally instead of writing it down because they feel they are skillful enough to remember it?

Gettin' Widggy With the Chumby

Who says you are too old to play with toys? It's soft, it's small, it's cute and it's socially acceptable to play with by those over the age of 19. I introduce to you, the Chumby .

D-Link Routers Capture More Than Packets

D-Link routers are extremely functional devices that enable us to surf the Internet but let's face it, they are not pretty to look at. They typically come in that dulled out boring gray color and the only time you want to look at it is when it's not working. Jumping onto the fashion runway, D-Link routers now capture attention with D-Link's Skinit skins.