Innovation

Zipper Earphones Keep Cords From Tangling on the Fly

Tired of sorting out tangled earphone or headphone cords every time you want to take your MP3 player or iPod out for a musical walk? The innovative Y.I concept earphones employ a built-in zipper that keeps cords in order while adding some zip to your coolness quotient.

Maker Faire Africa: A Celebration of African Ingenuity and Innovation

Maker Faire Africa (MFA) will take place at the Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT in Ghana's capital, Accra, on August 13-15, 2009. Its sole purpose is to identify, spur and support local innovation. Read all about this important and glorious event and find out how you can be a part of it.

Billionth iPhone App is a Freebie!

Nine months after Apple began selling apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch, the billionth application download from the iTunes store has rolled off of the digital assembly line. Bump Technologies' free app (paid version soon) called "bump" is useful in transferring data in a very hip fashion... literally bumping data from one phone to another!

Parajet Skycar Gears Up for Production

At the beginning of the year, the Parajet Skycar made a record breaking journey from London, England to Timbuktu in Africa. Since then, Parajet International has been working hard to find another company to help the produce their little piece of automotive goodness. Now, they have finally been able to enlist the help of Rage Motorsports to produce the Skycar and bringing it to the public.

Lovely Teddy Bear Stuffed Toy Charm Makes Nice on Mothers Day

The Lovely Teddy Bear Stuffed Toy Charm makes it easy to show Mom you care on Mothers Day - a pretty carnation and a cute gift card are part of the pretty package.

RealRyder ABF8 Takes Exercise Bikes to the Next Level

Other exercise bikes just pedal, but the RealRyder ABF8 allows you to steer, lean and balance just like an actual bicycle. The enhanced simulation provides a better, more-engaging workout.

Philips Lights Up Milan With Interactive OLED Lighting Designs

The leading and most progressive lighting designer in the world has not disappointed at Milan Design Week '09. Netherlands-based Royal Phillips Electronics introduced the world's first interactive OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diodes) lighting concepts for professional and home use. These exciting designs respond to you, wherever you are, and take your intuitive cues very personally.

Russia Will Now Track its own Nanotechnology

Rusnano (the Russian Corporation of Nanotechnology) and the State Statistics Service are joining forces to help develop a protocol that will track everything produced in Russia that utilizes nanotechnology. Is this a good idea and what can such a system accomplish for Russia?

Chauffeurs For The Barbie In You: Pink Ladies Safe Taxi Service For Women

Women in the UK are attacked on a monthly basis when traveling by licensed taxi service around urban centers and rural settings. Based on these statistics, a female owned UK company that calls themselves the Pink Ladies identified their niche and launched a business that focuses upon the unique transportation needs of women with a specific emphasis on safety.


6 Authors 6 Stories 6 Weeks

This website won SXSW's award for "Experimental Websites" back in March, and looking at it now, I can totally understand why.  The site is by far one of the most unique things I've seen on the internet this year.  Beyond that I'm a totally avid reader, and this site will tickle the fancy of any bookworm or lover of short stories.  Enter into the delightfully interactive story-telling world of the aptly titled We Tell Stories.

Diamond Ring Door Stopper Gives Princesses Privacy

Gals on the go need to play safe, so when the day's done and you "vant to be alone" the Diamond Ring Door Stopper provides an extra circle of security.

Steampunk Segway Looks Much Cooler Than The Original

The "Legway" offers the rider the opportunity to turn heads all over the park with a funky, foot-powered steampunk-inspired Segway.


Australian Technology Park: Unique Technological Innovation

Australian Technology Park better known as (ATP) to those nearest and dearest, is a unique place focused on fostering the growth of Australian technology businesses. Located about 3 km (a little more than 2 miles) south of the Sydney central business district, the park is spread over 13.9 hectares (more than 34 acres) of land. It offers an environment for the exchange of ideas and networking unlike any other in the world. Read on for some amazing details.

All Electric Hummer to Provide Off-Road Capability without the Fuel Bill

Last April, a company called Raser Technologies brought a new truck based electric vehicle to the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Conference in Detroit. According to Raser, the platform could be easily adapted for almost any light truck and would return somewhere in the realm of 100mpg all told. Needless to say, many people were interested to hear more.

Neat, Easy Camp Cooking

Firo is a new concept in camp cooking that pretty much thinks of everything. Cook your meal, handle it and eat it all with one simple contraption.