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Innovative Skirts Made of Mobile Phones–Who's Calling, Please?

Have you ever heard of a skirt made from 35 smart phones? Talk about always being prepared to take or make a call! The Finnish firm, fashion designer, Fyodor Golan, and creative Design House Kin spent three months on this unusual project. Learn more about this fascinating fusion of geek chic, wearable tech and every day fashion.

Texting Detector Could Help Police Catch Illegally Texting Drivers

Texting while driving may be illegal in 32 states but catching mobile texters in the act isn't easy. That may be about to change, however, thanks to an innovative hand-held text message detector being developed by a Virginia technology company.

SITU Is The Food Scale That Connects To Your iPad

Food scales are great products for the health and fitness minded or anyone who's thinking about losing weight or even gaining weight. They make it easy for you to know just how much you're consuming. SITU Food Scale ramps up the idea of a food scale. It gives you the nutrition content of the food you're eating as well, and it connects to your smart phone.

Are You Getting Enough Sunlight? Find Out With SunSprite

Do you spend a lot of time outside? Or very little? How do you know if you are getting all the sunlight you need? SunSprite is a super cool wearable device that measures the amount of sunlight you are being exposed to, letting you know when enough is enough. It's the first solar powered, wearable, light tracker invented by Harvard trained doctors and engineers that can help you to improve your energy, your sleep, your mood, your focus, your eyesight and reduce stress.

3D Printed Syringe Pump Cuts Cost Of Science

Syringe pumps are used to administer small amounts of fluid (with or without medication) to a patient, or they are used for chemical and biomedical research in laboratories. They normally cost hundreds or thousands of dollars, but now, scientists at MTU have made the design for a syringe pump open source, so it can be printed out on a 3D printer for just $50. Lower cost means that labs can run more experiments in parallel without worrying about the cost of equipment. 

Want Endless Bubble Wrap Popping At Your Finger Tips?

There is just something about bubble wrap that makes you love it or hate it -- well, when it comes to popping anyway. There are those of us who just adore popping those little bubbles (guilty!) and those who just hate it when we go popping away (my brother). The main problem is that there are only so many bubbles. Well, now you can pop away as a way to de-stress with an Electronic Bubble Wrap Keychain.

Want To Turn Any Container Into A Cute Piggy Bank?

This little piggy isn't going to market, but he might be rooting around for something to eat. He's always got his snout into something -- well, theoretically. This little piggy really has no snout. The Greedy Pig Piggy Bank is all about the end, the backside, the round little rump, the keister, the tuchas -- and saving money.

With AirVR, You'll Finally Be Able To Strap An iPad To Your Face. That's...Cool, I Guess?

So, uh. There's a project making the rounds on Kickstarter right now that lets you strap an iPad or iPhone to your face in the name of virtual reality. Yeah, I know - I'm not so keen on the idea, either.

Want A Laser-Guided Pizza Cutter For Your Precious Pies?

Making your own pizza at home is a wonderful thing -- right up until you have to cut it. If you are like me you are most likely to end up with a crooked arc rather than a straight line. With a Tactical Laser-Guided Pizza Cutter you worries are over and you can cut along a straight line. It is the sort of thing that gadget nerds dream about.

Why Wait For 2015 When You Can Have An Apple Watch Today?

The new, exciting and innovative Apple Watch won't be available until 2015 but Japanese Twitter user Hiromichi Shoji seems to have got his hands on a very juicy prototype. By the looks of it, this new smartwatch sure is sweet!