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Think Higher - The Levitating BAT Mouse

Is your wrist sore from pushing a mouse around all day at your computer? Well, with the BAT Levitating Mouse, you can live in the future and prevent Carpal tunnel syndrome at the same time. But you'll have to lift more than a finger to do it.

Hold-Me Mug Gives Mug Snugglers The Opportunity To Get A Little Closer

Attention all you mug snugglers! Designed with mug hugging in mind, Hold-Me Mug's organic design allows you to get super cozy with your warm beverage of choice.

How Grandma Got Her Groove Back - Fujitsu's GPS Cane

Next time your aging loved ones want to get some fresh air or run some errands on their own, let them! Fujitsu's GPS Cane prototype provides older generations with easy-to-follow directions, health monitoring, and an important link to Next Generation technology. Oh yeah, it helps them walk too!

Why Do Social Networks 'Acqhire' vs Acquire Only To Super-Size?

Commericial acquisitions and mergers were a 20th Century phenomenon that allowed companies to grow and prosper. In the first and second decades of the 21st Century, those types of business practices may be antiquated. "Acqhire," is a neologism recently added to our lexicon to indicate when a social networking company is acquiring a start-up company mainly for its talent versus its infrastructure.

Guerra de La Paz Wears Their Art On Their Sleeves

The clothes we wear tell part of a story about who we are. Cuban artist team Guerra de la Paz uses recylced clothes to express their political and artistic messages.

Solid Gold Replica Of Lionel Messi's Foot Priced at $5.25 Million

A solid gold, 25-kilogram (55 pound), anatomically correct replica of Argentinian soccer star Lionel Messi's left foot has been put up for sale by the Leo Messi foundation but you'll have to act fast, as it's a limited time offer. Cast and crafted by Japanese jeweler Ginza Tanaka, a portion of the $5.25 million sale proceeds are earmarked to assist victims of the devastating March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

Gaming on Glass - The Sports Floor of the Future

The age of smart technology is upon us as we can see in our phones, cars, and even houses. But what about our floors? ASB GlassFloor is a changeable, LED-infused invention that may change the way we play sports, advertise, and even walk down a hallway.

MIT Scientists Create A Frost-Free Windshield Coating

One of the bane's to many people's existence is that frigid winter chore of scraping ice off of the car windows on icy winter mornings. Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a new coating that could make scraping a thing of the past. This coating can also be used on other surfaces such as glasses and camera lenses.

Angelcare Bath Support Allows For Easy Baby Bathing

Many baby bathtubs and bath supports are awkward, uncomfortable or don’t allow for easy cleaning. The Angelcare Bath Support has holes covering the main body to allow water to flow through and an ergonomic design that keeps baby comfortable.

Spice Up Your Safety - iPhone Pepper Spray Case

Keep your phones close, and your enemies farther. Style, security, and subtlety come together in the Pepper Spray Phone Case by Spraytect.

Chicken Ramen Chips: Two Awesome Snacks, One Bag

Chicken Ramen Chips from Japan's Koikeya combine the flavors of two awesome snacks – chicken ramen and potato chips – in one convenient bag but hold the hot water: just open, sprinkle the included baggie of seasoning powder over the chips, shake gently and settle down to enjoy!

Aiming For Peace - Guns Transformed Into Art

Art is a product of creation. Guns are a tool of destruction. Mexican sculptor Pedro Reyes brings these two opposing forces into harmony with his unique and inspiring work.

3D Printed Gummy Dummy Clones Make Deliciously Creepy White Day Gifts

Japan's FabCafe is following up their Valentine's Day 3D-printed chocolate head promotion with a little something for the guys: the opportunity to create a miniature edible gummy replica of yourself just in time for White Day.

Russian Meteorites Sold Online In China May Not Be As Advertised

The 50ft-wide meteor that exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia on February 15th, 2013 and shocked the world via dozens of Russian dashcams is now turning up, piece by tiny charred piece, on China's online sales website Taobao... or is it? 

Time For Change - Watch Face Sculptures Have Something To Say

The simple, yet powerful, sculptures of Dominic Wilcox are a study of our changing times, while also offering the social critique that it's time for change.

Get Scared! - 3 Best Sites To Satiate Your Appetite For Fear

After we covered Hotel 626, an online haunted house full of multimedia-rich material that went viral, we found our readers love to have their socks knocked off in horror. Unfortunately, Hotel 626 is no longer online, so we went to work to see where fans of horror games can go next. Check out these other scary online games that will cause your cursor to shake uncontrollably.

Trisa Coffee To Go Offers Battery Operated Covenience On The Road

For coffee enthusiasts a day without coffee is, well… not really a day at all. The Trisa Electronics Coffee to Go espresso maker is battery operated and brews up to 16 cups of joe per battery charge.

2 Red Hens Bibby Mats Catch Inevitable Baby Feeding Messes

Babies need to learn to feed themselves, but the mess they make can be a nightmare to clean. 2 Red Hens Bibby Mats bridge the gap between baby and table and save you some of the mess.

Fred & Friends Fuzzy Face Photo Frame Brings Old School Fun

Do you remember the 'Wooly Willy' game you had as a kid? Well, now Fred & Friends has brought that same fun back with their Fuzzy Face Photo Frame.

StormFly Kickstarts The Storm Versus Betting On The Cloud

Commuters, kids, business travelers and anyone on the move: How would you like to carry a lite-weight version of your computer on your wrist? While Cloud Computing is definitely the wave of the future, with hundreds of millions of PCs shipping each year, a good amount of today's computing happens locally. And to that end, StormFly has found the answer to moving complete operating systems between devices, quickly, easily and securely.