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Ninebot One: Cross Between A Unicycle And Electric Scooter

Personal transportation devices are becoming more and more popular. Commuters and people living in urban areas want transportation that is efficient and logistically easy. Ninebot One is one such device that makes commuting and getting around a city easier.

A New Wireless Communication Device: The Human Body

Already many of us have multiple electronic devices on our person and this will only increase in the coming years as the internet-of-things comes to fruition. Cell phones, smart watches, computerized eyewear, and health monitors will all need to communicate with one another to realize their full potential. Currently, Bluetooth is the standard means by which this is achieved, but it is highly energy-inefficient. Now scientists have demonstrated a new way for these devices to share information – by sending magnetic signals through the human body itself.

Spire Isn't Just An Activity Tracker; It's A Mood Changer

With activity trackers flooding the market like heavy summer rains, odds are you may have one or are looking into getting one. If so, you may want to consider getting one that will not only help you get fitter, but happier. Spire is the activity tracker that can help you change your mood.

The Fusion Guitar Brings Smart Tech Into The World Of Music

With the Fusion Guitar you don't have to be that guy that brings an acoustic guitar to the party. Instead, bring the full force of Trogdor and guitar riffs and start the party yourself. The Fusion Guitar, currently being funded on Indiegogo, brings smart tech into the world of music.

Want To Go Retro When You Write? Get A USB Typewriter

Once upon a time, a long time ago but not in a galaxy far, far away, people used manual typewriters to put letters, recipes, and manuscripts down on paper. It was a simpler time, without spell check or the ability to save a document. You had to have strong hands to operate it. Ah, yes, I remember it well. If you long for a partial return to yesteryear you can get it with a USB Typewriter.

G.Skill Announces 4000 MT/s Trident Z DDR4 Memory Modules

In preparation for Intel's Skylake Core i7 processors, G.Skill is putting out DDR4 DIMM kits capable of seriously high speeds - up to 4 GT/s (gigatransfers per second) - with cool-looking heatspreaders to match.

Google’s Radar-Based Wearable: One 'Handy' User Interface

Meet Project Soli, a radar-based wearable destined to control just about every product under the sun (except maybe the sun). Created by Google, this new wearable transforms human hands and fingers into a user interface. Read on to learn more about  this fascinating wearable-tech innovation.

Bulletsafe Bulletproof Baseball Cap: Shield Your Skull With This Hat

Baseball caps have been popular since baseball was invented, and now there are thousands of styles and designs you can choose from. There are even baseball caps with special features like bottle openers and lights. Bulletsafe has produced one with a special feature that could save your life--a bulletproof plate.

Want To Wage War On Those Flies? Get A Bug-A-Salt Rifle

Next to mosquitos, flies are easily the most annoying insect most of us are faced with. You can run around the house armed with a low-tech fly swatter, but that can get old pretty quickly. These days you can arm yourself for a full-scale assault on these pests with Bug-A-Salt 2.0 -- a miniature rifle you load with table salt to take them out and have a little fun working on your aim.

ChefCharger Brings Stylish Charging Hubs To Restaurants

It’s safe to say that many of us are attached to our phones. We use them to keep in touch with people constantly, check basketball scores, and share videos and photos with one another. But with this increase in use comes one glaring problem, we feel completely lost when our phone is dying and we have to make crucial decisions such as, “Do I use the last 5% of my battery to Instagram this awesome meal?” Well, ChefCharger wants to alleviate that stress for you.