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The Bomo Baby Carriage Puts Your Baby In The Driver's Seat

Out of Korea comes the Bomo Baby Carriage.  This gadget looks kind of like an infant car seat on top of a padded sled.  What it does is follow you from room to room, while your delighted child (see picture) rides in the driver’s seat.

New System To Help Agitated Traffic Put It In Park

n an effort to curb road rage and get drivers up onto a median of potential satisfaction, the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona in Spain has created a system that not only detects open parking spaces, but transmits their location information to properly equipped vehicles.

The Musical Cake Tray: Saving The World From Horrible Birthday Singing

We’ve all been there.  You are at someone’s birthday party and they bring out the cake and everyone just mumbles their way through the “Happy Birthday” song hoping that no one will notice their terrible singing skills.  Well, with the Musical Cake Tray by Deni no one has to sing if they don’t want to.  This multi-tasking cake plate plays “Happy Birthday” and even helps you to cut perfectly even cake slices. 

Heated Nanoparticles Offer Resonating Explanations For Why "They Made Me Do It"

Heatedly roaming the halls of the University of Buffalo, two scientists have been working on a way to remotely control cells and tiny microscopic worms. Thanks to the use of nanoparticles, magnetic resonance fields and a whole lot of awesome, they've found it.

Have iPad, Will Travel, Airlines & Apps Take To The Friendly Skies

In a post titled, "Which Airline Will Be The First To Offer Passengers Inflight iPads," I polled my readers two months ago as to which airline they thought would be the first to embrace the iPad as part of their inflight entertainment system. Just this month, the Australian budget airline Jetstar Airways was named the first.

The StressEraser Soothes Away Tension Without Medication

If you tend to get stressed out quite easily there is a health gadget on the market designed to help calm you down without the use of medication.  The StressEraser is a small device that clips on over one of your fingers and measures your heart rate variations.  The device then basically coaches you into a relaxed breathing pattern. 

Under Pressure, Xenon Difluoride Gets Itself A Semi-Charged Kind Of (Battery) Life

Through the science and wonder of slowly crushing things into smaller things, scientists at Washington State University have created a tiny battery that is second only to the big, dangerous Kahuna of nuclear power when it comes to the storage of mechanical energy. 

The Ribbon Ceiling Fan: The Coolest Next Generation Air Cooler

A design student from the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia not only came up with an aesthetically pleasing design for his Ribbon Ceiling Fan, but a more functional technology than typical blade fans.  The Ribbon Ceiling Fan recently won an Australian Design Award in the student design category.

Fueled By Social Media,'Groupawn Man' Lives Off The Kindness Of Strangers

There is a man who's traveling across this great land of ours, supplied with a fistful of coupons but nary a penny to his name. His task is to travel to 15 US cites over the course of one year leveraging social media as his sole means of support and sustenance. Is 'Groupawn Man' today's real-life action hero - and will you help him reach his ultimate goal of a $100K Grand Prize?

DailyBooth's Social Network, Ashton & Demi Think You Oughta Be In Pictures

Remember those 25 cent photo-booths at seaside boardwalks where you use to take 'passport-like' pictures of yourself when you were a kid? Think about taking a photo of yourself every day, adding a caption, posting it online - and you will begin to understand the concept behind the new social network, DailyBooth.com.

Sugar Production Hits Sweet Spot Using Only Sun And Science

Typically, bugs in your sugar are bad things, but thanks to the combined efforts the Wyss Institute and Harvard Medical school, they might just be helping out. By combining photosynthesis and genetic engineering, the researchers have found a way to produce sugar without a need for that pesky sugarcane.

The Shot Carver Turns Fruit Into Amazing Shot Glasses

Next time you are hosting a big party you may want to give this gadget a try.  The Shot Carver turns ordinary fruit into amazing shot glasses.  The tool carves out the perfect hole to hold a shot of alcohol.

Lights, Camera, Action: iPhone 4 Video, Ready For Its Close-Up

It use to be film-makers needed expensive and cumbersome digital cameras to produce high quality music videos, movie shorts and commercials. Of recent date, light-weight and reasonably-priced hand-helds like the Flip have become a more suitable replacement. But today, instead of using one-trick ponies, the iPhone 4 is earning just as much of a reputation as a video camera as it  has acting like, well… a phone.

Hem Gems and Your Denim: How Good Products Present Simple Solutions to Widespread Problems

Simple, Effective, Valuable, and Playing in a Big Market. This is the stuff of great products. Do you have ideas that measure up? To give you an example, let's look at a product and assess these issues.

Vortex Power Gets Canonized Using The Miracle Of Compressed Gas

From the green and verdant fields of Great Britain comes the ability to knock crap over using a ring of gas shot out of a cannon at a whopping 200 miles an hour. Not only does it sound cool, but its got a great super-sized space Phaser mixed with old-timey smokin' pipe look to boot.