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Frequency Blocking Bag Disables Cell Phones

A new product that caught my eye in the realm of spy technology is one that you'll think is mighty important if you too are among the millions that own a cell phone.

When The Saddle Fits... It's "Revolutionary!"

Spark, a Dutch design and innovation company, has created what it calls a "revolutionary" horse saddle. Why revolutionary? The saddle, called Unite, can actually be fitted by the rider to the contours of the horse's back! So if the saddle fits....

ICON: The People's Plane

On June 12, ICON Aircraft, a privately held startup based in Los Angeles, bet that ultra light recreational aircraft will revolutionize private aviation and unveiled a sleek new plane named the A5

New Invention Lets You Touch Your Speakers More Often

The latest product from Genius not only has a style that you can see, but one you can also touch.

Hand-Painted Effect Pedal Has More Fuzz Than Fizz

Electric guitarists can now sport a truly unique-looking effect pedal with some help from Ooh La La Manufacturing and their eye-popping ideas.

The Spy Camera That Looks Like A Golf Ball

Snooping around just got easier as BrickHouse Security recently revealed a camera that’s tiny in size, but big in surveillance.

USB Tube Clock Not Original, But Different

Going retro could be a bad thing when it comes to designing a new invention. The latest product from Brando is a proven example.

Profile of Innovation: New Thinking About Cars with Think

With the message is "Don't just drive - THINK!", Think Global AS is being positioned as the car company of the 21st century. Their vision is to provide carefree, carbon-free mobility - a better way of moving

Nuemann Unveils Old Microphone With New Sound

To go along with its 80th anniversary, Neumann has revealed its newest microphone that looks like it belonged in a music studio in the 60s.

Collapsible Surfboard: Perfect For Surfers On The Go

A new design by Nicholas Notara is bringing the compact item concept outside of the city and into the lifestyles of those who spend their time at the beach.

Taking A Crack: The Controvery Around Baseball Bats

Since maple baseball bats are constantly breaking this year, shouldn't MLB players switch back to the original equipment that shaped and developed the sport of baseball?

Taking Birdwatching To The Next Level

To some, birdwatching can be as dull as sitting in a kid’s pool without any water. You’re not interested, the curiosity is just not there and you feel like you’re wasting time looking through binoculaurs. But what if you could get a closer look at the feathered wonders?

New Les Paul Guitar Has Unique Style And Feature

Gibson has always been known as an innovator when it comes to music, but their new Guitar of the Month is changing more things than just technology.

Making The Environment Greener With Seed Bubbles

One design competition featured a new invention that can help your bike save ecosystems.

The Glo Pillow: An Alarm Clock That's Not Annoying

We all despise the aggravating sound an alarm clock makes. It wakes us up from a deep sleep, interferes with pleasant dreams and signals that it’s time to unwillingly get out of bed and start the day. But what if you could wake up without unnecessary noise?

The Beater Blade: Best Blade On The Block

New Metro Design has discovered and is busy filling a need in the kitchen appliance industry with the introduction of its Beater Blade. This beater blade appeals to the chef in all of us who love to use our standing mixers to create cookies, frostings and cheesecakes that make us proud (and sometimes fat) but hate scraping out the bowl.

Culinary Prep Kitchen Appliance: Bacteria’s Formidable Foe

While unable to leap tall buildings in a single bound, this kitchen appliance stands alone as the very first to apply the Grovac process, which is a safe, easy to use, all-natural and very effective anti-microbial solution for protecting your personal food supply.

Most Functional Bionic Hand Gets 2008 British Engineering Award

The most functional bionic hand ever created for prosthetic use was developed by Touch Bionics, a British prosthetics company that just received the 2008 Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award. The new bionic hand is called the i-LIMB Hand.

The iWave Cube: Tom Thumb's Microwave (Or At Least It Could Be)

The iWave Cube, which is now the world's smallest microwave, does not lose power with its diminutive size.

Speedo’s Latest Swimsuit Breaking Records

With the 2008 Summer Olympics fast approaching, swimmers are training hard to grab the gold, but a new swimsuit might be creating an unfair competition.