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Top Ten 2010 Winter Olympic Gear & Collectibles

Having caught the Olympic fever, everyone is looking to acquire some of the events' hot ticket items (much to the amazement of Christopher Walken). Anything that is officially sponsored by the 2010 Winter Olympics is taking in millions as the official stores and outlets are trying to keep up with the supply. Keepsakes, fashion and winter sports gear make up this year's TOP TEN list of gift items you might want to select for yourself, friends, family members and sport fans.

US Snowboarding Team’s Olympic Uniform Is Practical And On Trend

While the opening ceremonies for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics generated a lot of conversation about the unique, patriotic uniforms (including Canada's donation to the 3-man Indian team), it's the Americans that have got everyone talking.


Riiflex Dumbbells Provide Weights For The Wii

The latest Wii accessory, Riiflex Dumbbells up your Wii workout.

Perfect Pushup Counter Makes Workouts More Effective

Finally, a simple and reliable way of keeping track of each and every push-up. No more cheating yourself.

All-Time Absolutely Cutest Ad Ever?

Babies are cute, right?  So if you took a group of babies and put them on roller-blades, that would make for some cute advertising... right?

Bathroom Rug Scale Reminds You Of How Much You've Failed

A new way of facing the inevitable, the Rug with Scale blends seamlessly with your bathroom decor and helps keep you motivated.

Reebok ZigTech: Energy Drink For Your Feet?

Reebok ZigTech trainers provide the boost you need to help you perform at the top of your game. At least that's what Reebok says.

The Pepsi Refresh Project Looks For 1000 New Ideas Every Month

If you don't see any Pepsi commercials tomorrow on the Superbowl, I'm here to tell you where all that money is going instead: on making the world a better place.  That's right.  Pepsi is set to spend more than $20 million this year to benefit causes proposed by the public in the areas of health, arts and culture, the environment and education.  And you are invited to submit your ideas to the Pepsi Refresh Project and then get out the vote for your ideas.

Champion Supersuit: The Thinnest Weather Suit Ever Developed

The Champon Supersuit has the chance to be a revolutionary step forward in outdoor apparel. It still has Everest testing to undergo, but this looks like a game changer.

Neuroscientists Study The Effects Of Acupunture And Give It A Nod

Western medicine, being suspicious of anything that can't be objectively measured, has been late to incorporate acupuncture among its prescriptions for pain relief.  But a study undertaken by neuroscientists at the University of York and the Hull York Medical School in Great Britain, may help to change some attitudes of medical professionals in the West.

Hybrid City Bike Beautifies City Streets

Not our first choice for the commute to work, but a piece of semi-functional art, the Hybrid City Bike is a radical new take on the traditional bicycle.

Measuring Tape Toilet Paper Features Illustrated Exercises

Ever had the urge to measure your waist when you're in the bathroom? Note the spelling, I typed "waist"... but regardless of your intentions, Japan has the toilet paper you need.

Zeal Ski Goggles Get High Tech

Zeal Optics ups your skiing/snowboarding game by projecting key performance measurements like speed right inside your goggles. Push yourself to the next level with these innovative goggles.

Performance Book Caddy--The Fastest (And Most Painful) Bike Ride You've Ever Had

Proving that if you look hard enough you'll find a product for any possible need that you have, the Performance Book Caddy allows you to read comfortably on your bicycle.

Tenease Cures Your Tennis Elbow

Designed to address tennis elbow, Tenease is a compact, portable product that is easy to use at home or on the go. Physical therapy has never been less complicated.

Too Shy? DVD Helps Women Look Men In The Eye

Ladies, are you overly shy? Can't get up the nerve to talk to that cute guy in your building, much less look him in the eye? Maybe you're hurtin' after a bad break-up? If so, order "Miterudake For Lady", the creepy self-help DVD that helps shy women gain (or regain) their social savvy.

Biking the Friendly Skies

Where there's not enough room to craft traditional bike lanes, one architect envisions bike lanes in the air up above the city street.

Innovative Jump Rope Concept Uses Jumps To Turn On

As a parent, have you ever noticed how your kids starts running around early in the morning and are still running around in the late evening? It's amazing isn't it? Are they really little, "balls of energy"? Wouldn't it be even more amazing if we could harness that energy and use it to power...a flashlight?

Juicy News! Daily Blueberry Juice Repowers Memory In Seniors

In the last ten years, blueberries have received a lot of free publicity.  There's always fresh news about the fruit with the highest anti-oxidant capacity and how it keeps flu, aging, belly fat, cancer, constipation, and heart disease at bay.  The benefits of blueberry consumption are not superstition or folklore brought back from the natives of the Andes....

Jumping Light: Double Dutch Your Way To A Brighter Tomorrow

A new concept in self-powered flashlights, the Jumping Light transforms your jump rope motion into electricity.