Bear Grylls On Your Back: Knives And Survival Gear

Bear Grylls jumps off your TV screen and into your backpack with this line of survival gear.

Crack Mask – Aqua Access Rather Than Addiction Affliction

Access to water during a fire or emergency is a must, but can often be difficult to find. Now, the Crack Mask offers mobile moisture during a panic. 

Light Up Your Wheels With The Tron Skatecycle

A unique piece of sports gear dedicated to the next big blockbuster, the Tron-inspired Skatecycle is a geeky but stylish way of wheeling down the block.

Snowboarding Ninja Suit Jump Kicks Your Season

The Ninja Suit delivers warmth and unique styling to the dullest part of your skiwear: the base layer.

That's Not A Knife, This Is A Knife!! Credit Card With Big Blade

An intriguing take on the pocket knife, this knife packs thin and light and transforms into a stainless steel utility knife.

Razor “A” Kick Scooter Slices Into The Christmas Season

Kids don’t really like walking, but it’s a bad idea to let a ten year old behind the wheel. Even bikes are phasing out of popularity, but Scooter company Razor has come up with a fun and portable way for kids to get from point A to point B. 

The IKEA Bike

Unfortunately not a model that you'll be seeing in IKEA's catalog, the IKEA bike was a mass gift that the Swedish home decor company recently bestowed upon staff members as a holiday present.

Picture This – Electronic Photo Recognition Anywhere On The Globe May Help To Save Lives

Computer games have long be heralded as having a potentially deadly effect on American culture, stupefying children and rotting their brains with mindless repetitiveness. Now, the Northeastern University is using GPUs – Graphics Processing Units – to help save the world.

Mobile Social Media Competes With Facebook For Photo-Snappin' Check-in Crowd

With a user base of less than 1 percent of Facebook, Foursquare hasn't really seemed like much of a competitor for the monolithic social network that is currently scaling past a half billion followers. However, in just surpassing 5 million users, the location-based social network has increased its base by ten-fold in just 9 months. Why? Because mobility is now a major factor in how folks want to access their social networks.

10 Great Gifts To Get Your Kids Out Of The House This Winter

Don't let your kids drive you mad this winter. Get them the most uber-awesomist outdoor gift ever and keep them far, far away from your inner sanctum.

650-Degree, Electric Grill Makes A Great Gift For Any Meat-Lovin' Man (Or Lady)

Don't just cook your steak--char it, sear in the flavor and devour it like the wild carnivore you are. This Hammacher grill combines convenience and power into a sleek, enviable package.

Child's Risk Of Autism Doubles With Proximity To Freeways

The incidence of autism increased by 57 percent between 2002 and 2007, according to the Centers for Disease Control.  Several recent studies have shown that environmental pollution is tied to that increase.  The newest one, to be published in Environmental Health Perspectives, reports that mothers living close to highly trafficked freeways are twice as likely to give birth to autistic babies than mothers who do not.


Off-Road-Ready And Sexy? Teva Makes High Heels

Tired of being forced to abandon your sex appeal with functional but unfashionable brown leather hiking boots? Here's something that's sure to pitch a tent or two before you're even back at the campsite.

Cyclists: Cover Your Ass. Literally.

You protect your head, hands and body while cycling, why not your ass?

7 Wild, Multifunctional Bikes

Bicycles are usually pretty straightforward. They get you from point a. to point b. with two wheels, a pair of pedals, a few gears and a chain.

Not these bikes. These bikes each feature at least one totally different function that sets them apart from every other 10-speed, commuter and mountain bike.