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The Squatty Potty Improves The Way You Do Your Business

Simply sitting on a regular toilet to do your business doesn’t put you in the ideal position for thorough elimination. The Squatty Potty puts you in the perfect 35 degree angle to properly evacuate your bowels.

Innovative Wearable Tech Germ Block: The Germinator Transit Jacket

Do you dread your morning commute and wish you could wear a mask enroute to your daily job? If so, you might be interested to hear about the new Germinator Transit Jacket that kills  germs before they can make their infectious way onto your skin. To learn more, read on.

Want An Easier Way To Apply Pressure To A Wound? You Need A Uflex Bandage

When you are out on an adventure or in the throes of a big DIY project and the unthinkable happens you can find yourself trying to bandage a bleeding wound and stop it from gushing. This can be hard to do for yourself, especially if you are trying to do it with just one hand. It is time for the Uflex Compress -- a single bandage and compress device that can be applied quickly and easily with just one hand.

Is The New Social Network Tsu An MLM?

Social media’s shiniest new thing is relatively new. If you were to conduct a Google or Bing search, you might have to wade through results for a telecom company’s stock ticker (TSU) or Texas Southern University, before you surface Tsu.co. But that will change if this social network’s monetization scheme takes hold and starts attracting those social networkers who are tired of the current cast of big players taking home . . .

SONY Gets Into The Car Parts Biz With A High-Sensitivity CMOS Image Sensor for Automotive Cameras

SONY, known for their groundbreaking Walkman music player and other innovative audiovisual devices, figures it's time to stop walking and get behind the wheel instead. Scheduled for mass-production in December of 2015, the IMX224MQV CMOS image sensor for automotive cameras is the company's first component approved for use in the commercial automotive sector.

Want To Pick Your Own Food In The City?

For some people food can be a scarce commodity. Yet even in the cities there is food all around us that goes uneaten every year. A new website called Falling Fruits has been set up to help map the places where these foods are in public places and can be legally picked and consumed. It started out as a venture by Ethan Welty, a University of Colorado graduate student, to keep track of these foods for locals in Boulder, Colorado, and is now worldwide.

In-Store Tailor Enlarges Pants Pockets For iPhone 6 Plus Customers

You've got to have deep pockets to own a new iPhone 6 Plus... in more ways than one. All's not lost for owners of the oversized Apple devices, however, thanks to an enterprising Chinese iPhone retailer who set up an in-store tailoring booth where customers can get their pockets enlarged while they wait.

New Jewelry Fad: Innovative Exhibit Evokes Out of Body Experiences

Learn more about the work of Daniel Ramos Obregon and his innovative exhibit, Outrospecton:The Body and Mind. Although comprised primarily of porcelain body parts that are considered pieces of art, they may one day be adapted for jewelery and other fashion-related accessories.

Thirsty Ninja Bottle Opener Stealthily Cracks Open Cold Ones

There's nothing like a cold beer or soda pop to settle one's nerves after a ninja attack, and there's nothing like the Thirsty Ninja Bottle Opener from Japan's Evolete to quickly and quietly pop the tops off those frosty bottles.

New Toyota Ponam-31 Sports Utility Cruiser Goes Where No Cars Have Gone Before

If you're prone to stating “Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads,” either your name's Doc Brown or you're the proud owner of a new Toyota Ponam-31. This 31-ft long, twin-engined “sports utility cruiser” seats 12 comfortably and yes, as a matter of fact it IS a boat.

Five Innovative Costume Ideas for a Geek-Freak-Chic Halloween

It's that time of year for ghosts, goblins, all things orange and  lunatics sporting long, sharp knives. Read on for  some do-it-yourself costume ideas for those specifically of the geek persuasion.

Want To Mark Wedding Anniversaries With Aging Wines?

When it comes to wedding presents, I like to get away from the bride's list and find something more unusual and creative to give the happy couple. I prefer to do the same sort of thing for anniversary gifts. This Anniversary Wine Box is just that sort of gift. It is fun, unique, and you can personalize it with your own messages of glad tidings. And the couple will remember you fondly on their anniversary for years.

The Ping Garment Innovation: Create Your Own Facebook Language

Now you can stay connected with family and friends just by performing natural gestures. Read on to learn more about this high-tech, wearable innovation that may well revolutionize the world of geek-freak-chic communication.

AU My! 50 Gold Taxicabs Take To The Streets Of Shanghai

Welcome to China, where the streets may not be paved in gold but the taxicabs that ply them sure do look golden! The first 50 cabs from Shanghai's new fleet of Chinese-made, gold painted TX4 “London Taxis” just hit the roads with another 150 on order.

Doggypack Dog Jacket To Arrive Just In Time For Cold Winter

Everyone else gets to nuzzle with a heating pad; why not our pups? Whether your dog is extra-sensitive to cold or has arthritis, bone spurs, or other conditions that may require a special heat pack, you'll want to consider this thoughtfully made dog jacket.

Is Your Mate Cheating? Your Child Stealing? Find Out With A Home Lie Detector Test Kit

There are several lie detector games available, even many that are downloadable as apps for smart phones.  But the Home Lie Detector Test Kit now selling at Hammacher Schlemmer is not a game.  It's probably as close as a home lie detector kit comes to mirroring what law enforcement actually uses to measure physiological changes in our bodies that occur when we lie.  This portable Home Lie Detector Test...

Frito-Lay Japan's Latest Limited Edition Luxury Snack: Mike Rich Cheese Popcorn

Who needs Grey Poupon when Mike Rich Cheese Popcorn tantalizes the senses with the luxurious taste of aged Camembert cheese and the sublime fragrance of fine French truffles? Our next question is... what wine goes with bagged popcorn?

HGST Announces World's First 10TB Hard Disk Drive

HGST (formerly Hitachi) has combined two new drive technologies for a whopping 10,000GB of storage capacity within a single 3.5” frame. Slightly less cutting-edge 8 and 6TB models follow for the more conservative.

2015 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe Flaunts Swarovski Crystal Headlights

Austrian crystal manufacturer Swarovski AG is helping put the “S” back in Mercedes-Benz' 2015 S-class coupe. A unique optional luxury package enhances each of the sleek coupe's full-LED headlights with 47 Swarovski cut-glass elements.

Electronic Textile Innovation: Smart Fabrics Are Also Bullet-Proof

Electronic textiles are the natural outgrowth of the wearable technology explosion, but problems with their creation concern durability and washable capacities. Read on to learn more about one innovative solution devised by researchers at the Institute of Textiles and Clothing at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.