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Alcohol Goes Ultra Portable With Go Wodka Extreme Vodka Tubes

Talk about convenience.  Just in time for summer, vodka in a tube is here.  These portable aluminum tubes come in different flavors including lemon, cranberry and energy.   

Can't Afford an Audi R8? How About A $15,000 Foosball Table

Audi has turned a little attention from luxury cars to table sports equipment. The company's foosball table looks great, but not $15,000 worth of great.

Social Networking & Instant Replays Face Off With The Enemy In Afghanistan

As much as Facebook is engaged in its own skirmishes on US turf regarding privacy, the social networking platform is fighting an entirely different battle in Afghanistan. Facebook IM functionality and other military social networks allow analysts with the US Army, Air Force and Marines to hunt down insurgents, avoid civilian causalities and collateral damage and ultimately save American lives in Afghanistan.

Cooling Cream Keeps Japan's Balls In Order

Delicare M's (the 'M' is for Men) is a topical cream from Japanese pharmaceutical company Ikeda Mohando that features an added cooling ingredient. Sort of like Icy Hot without the hot part; something that should keep users singing a happy tune and not 'Great Balls of Fire'.

Trixie Tracker Takes Some Pressure Off New Parents

The Trixie Tracker site allows parents or anyone who is caring for a small child to have a place to record and analyze everything from diapers to breastfeeding and everything in between.

'Champ' Concept Threatens To Take Down Couch Potatoes

Look out couch potatoes; if the ‘champ’ design by Tobias Fraenzel ever makes it to stores you may be left without an excuse for just sitting around in front of the TV. 

French Inline Skater Sets World Record For Highest Frefall

A French rollerblader recently set the world record for world's highest bomb drop, jumping 41 feet off the Eiffel tower onto a ramp below.

Nintendo Wants To Help Your Family With Dinner

There is a new cooking product on the market and it is not made by any of the typical kitchen gadget companies.  In fact, you would probably never expect this brand to dive into the kitchen, but they did.  Who is it?  Nintendo.

Kindles Might Be Getting Thinner, But No Color, Nor Touch-Screen?

Anonymous reports indicated to Bloomberg that the next-generation of Kindle's electronic-book reader will roll-out yet this summer. The Kindle uses a black-and-white screen that mimics the appearance of paper. The new version will have sharper contrast that makes e-books look more like real books, the people familiar with the product said.

Prime Minister's Loud Shirt Selling For High Price

A loud, five-colored checked dress shirt once worn by Japanese Prime Minister raised a few eyebrows among Japan-watchers. Now ShirtsMyWay, a Shanghai-based company, has turned a media frenzy into a marketing opportunity.

World Cup Excess: HANNSoccer TV

The picture really says it all, but for the details, hit the headline.

Who Would Have Thought You Could Swim Off A Boat?

Want to swim in the ocean without actually being in the ocean? Try this Euroship Magic Swim pool on your next  yacht trip.

Adidas Introduces World's Lightest Soccer 'Boot'

The world's lightest soccer shoes will be a prominent part of this year's World Cup.

Greener Electric Jet Ski in the Works

The future of water sports, the Green Samba personal watercraft is an all-electric wave demon that offers speeds as fast as today's biggest gasoline personal watercraft.

The Bigger Your Belly, The Smaller Your Brain

Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine and other U.S. medical centers have studied the relationship of various markers of body fat to brain markers for Alzheimer's disease, and their findings are not good for those who have fat around their mid-sections, or 'belly fat.'