Researchers Find Ways To Delay Aging In Mice

The mouse in the photo (seen in entirety on the jump) is actually middle aged, but he looks and acts like a teenager.  Why?  Well, according to a discovery by Harvard University researchers, it's because the mouse has maintained the synapses between his nerves and his muscles, a key factor in keeping him physically and mentally young.

Truly An Invention Every Consumer Needs: ANYWAY® Spray

We all have frustrations with gadgets that just don't work.  And we think, 'Some day I'm going to invent a better lightbulb,' or whatever.  Well, finally, someone invented a fix for the d**n bottle spray, which obviously never wanted us to fully use what it was spraying.

Social Media Controlled By The Magic Of The One-Way Follow?

To follow or not to follow - that is the question? Whether tis nobler in the mind to tweet or not to tweet is an ongoing debate that seems to have built a double-standard in the social media space.

Get Your Duckface On With Quack-tastic Lip Balm

Duckface - the despised puckered pout seen way too often on the 'Net, may be poised to corrupt Japan. 'Perfect Lip Wrapping' lip balm helps girls prep their lips to get just the right level of overexposed duckface daffiness.

Do Clothes Make The Dog? Ask Manfred, The World's Most Famous Dog Model

Among the many other talented and beautiful dog models returning to Pet Fashion Week New York, Manfred is unique.  Not only is he the world's most famous dog clothing model, he's the inspiration for the most luxurious dog clothing in the world.

Twitter Documentary Guaranteed Not To Wipe Your A** (Teaser Video)

While Facebook is grabbing all the headlines with the soon-to-be-released movie "The Social Network," you might not have heard about the Twitter documentary coming out of Singapore called 'Twittamentary." In its final stages of production and guaranteed to raise a few eyebrows, the movie interviews both twi-hards and members of the Twitterati, as well as those that think the microblogging platform is a total waste of man's time and energy.

The Aqualet eLoo: Personal Cleanliness Goes High Tech

New Line, Italia has redefined the concept of personal cleanliness with its new line of computerized toilet/bidets.  The Aqualet eLoo, which takes up less space than half of a toilet or bidet, is a must have for high tech gadget lovers as well as obsessive-compulsives.

Stop & Go Driving Could Be Simplified By A Single Pedal

A Japanese inventor has come up with a unique solution to the problem of drivers mistakenly stepping on the accelerator instead of the brake: combine both functions into a single floor pedal.

Strong Link Found Between Gum Disease And Alzheimer's

You hated going to the dentist, like most of us.  If that feeling was so strong that you skipped your regular cleanings and ended up with a receding gum line and bleeding gums, you've got periodontal disease. And that may not be all....


Chew Chew: Where Humans Watch Their Pets Dine In Style

A pet restaurant in Sydney, Australia, serves organic home-made meals and Doggiecinos to dogs and cats, while their humans get to do the salivating.

Women Think Macho Men Are Sexier Than Modest Men

What?  You thought that macho men were out?  Perhaps you were hoping that letting the sensitive side of your nature show would be more appealing, even sexy, to a woman.  Well, the researchers reporting in the Psychology of Men and Masculinity journal thought so too.

A Robotic Wheelchair That Will Even Heel For Your Dog

Japan is unquestionably the robot capital of the world.  They've invented robots that shop for you, cook for you, and even clean your toilets.  But this particular robotic wheelchair has a more noble responsibility....

TwistTogether Expands Its Line Of 'Legos' For Adults

If you've found yourself in Lego-withdrawal, hiding in the bathroom with toys stolen from your kids... You need TwistTogether's new interconnecting Shelves.  They come with TwistTogether interconnecting Lamps and they'll challenge you as often as you feel the need to re-decorate.

"That's What She Said" Now Coming In Pashto, Dari And Iraqi Arabic

Scientists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology try to bring Star Trek's translation technology to the battlefront, pave the way for hilarious mis-communications.

Social Media Insurgency: Facebook Stealing From Google According to TechCrunch

Maybe not on par with the Wikileak informant that spilled the beans regarding US classified information pertaining to the War in Afghanistan - but a social network engineer may be in a similar hot seat on the social media war-front between Google and Facebook - that is, according to a TechCrunch report.