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Recent Discoveries and Breakthroughs

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Sony's New USB Turntable Sparks Vinyl Revival

The new PS-LX300USB turntable and free Sound Forge Audio Studio software from Sony gives your dusty old vinyl records a new lease on life - on your MP3 player, Walkman or iPod. Your fave tunes from the pre-computerized past never sounded better!

Fauna Sauna: Far Infrared Healing For Pets

Animals are instinctively drawn to sunlight as a source of nurturance. Dogs, and especially cats, are notorious sunbathers. That's why the makers of Fauna Sauna are on to something. Fauna Sauna uses the same radiant heat that the sun produces, minus the sun's damaging ultraviolet rays, to bring healing to your pet right in your home.

The Optimus Maximus: Ultimate Keyboard Power?

Being gadget geeks we all like to customize our gear and make it work the way we like it to work, right? Well, get ready for the Optimus Maximus keyboard - the ultimate in keyboard customization.

Non- Drip Honey: Honey Drops™ For Coffee, Tea, and Thee

When you dip your spoon into a honey jar, it's going to come out dripping; that's the nature of honey. But, after years of study and experimentation, inventor and entrepreneur John Rowe, has created the Honey Drop™, a teaspoon of pure unadulterated honey in a solid form. Non-drip honey!

Tudou: China's YouTube

Reach the growing Chinese market online with Tudou, China's answer to YouTube.

Video of the Visualeyes Rayzer

Back in December, Inventorspot.com got a tip about a new product to help with nighttime driving. At the time it was still being developed and a limited amount of information was available. Now, the Visualeyes Rayzer is being produced and will be available for purchase by April.

Researchers Pinpoint Gene That Spreads Breast Cancer

Researchers have found that a single gene is responsible for controlling more than a thousand other genes that together cause breast cancer to spread to the rest of the body. Identifying this mastermind gene could enable patients to better understand treatment options, and potentially stop the spread of breast cancer.

Test-tube Baby Whales? Cow-Whale Hybrids?

Japan's annual hunt for hundreds of whales under the guise of "scientific research" has long been castigated as a sham. Now, a new analysis of published research papers has exposed a long-running litany of frivolous, esoteric, even bizarre experimentation including "attempts at cross-breeding cows with whales".

Bionic Eye Could Restore Sight to the Blind

For the past 20 years, researchers working for the Boston Retinal Implant Project have been developing a bionic eye implant that could restore sight for individuals who have age-related blindness.

Intel Plants Flag In Ultra-Mobile Market with Atom Processors

Intel has announced a new line of processors specifically aimed towards Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) that they call Atom. Are they gambling here or are they standing on firm ground?