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The Forcite Alpine Ski Helmet: First Ski Helmet With Fully Integrated Smart Technology

When you hit the slopes, a helmet is always a good accessory to have for safety reasons alone. If you have the Forcite Alpine Ski Helmet, safety isn't the only feature you'll enjoy. This helmet is the first snow sports helmet with fully integrated smart technology.

The YikeBike Folding Electric Bike Challenges The Traditional Bike Design

The YikeBike looks like a modern, miniature version of the penny-farthing or high wheeler bike (you know, the old school bike with the really big front wheel). But, if you look closer, you'll see some design features that set this bike apart from the crowd of traditional bikes.

Lending a Hand: Teen Creates Cheap Voice-Controlled Prosthetic Arm

The world of 3-D printing has made it possible for the economically-challenged to afford the cost of prosthetic limbs. Meet Nilay Mehta, a 17-year-old high school student from California who in his own special way is lending a helping hand to the world of the disabled.

The Speedo Shine Is A Fitness Tracker Designed For Swimmers

The Misfit Shine is already a great activity tracker. Its smooth design allows it to be worn during pretty much any activity or event, and discreetly keeps up with your stats through the use of LED lights on the face. It doubles as a sleek watch, as well. The Shine is no mere step counter, however, and can keep up with you through your active lifestyle and will even monitor your sleeping patterns.

Scubus S: Underwater Communications, Video Recording And HUD In A Diving Mask

Designed to make diving safer and more entertaining, the Scubus S integrates underwater communication, video recording and heads-up display into a diving mask. With the Scubus S you can communicate with your fellow divers while recording the memories.

15 Weird Baby Product Trends That Are Actually Brilliant

When it comes to baby and children's products almost anything goes.  While many of the items in this list might have you shaking your head, they're actually cherished by many parents.  Here are 15 weird yet trendy baby products that are actually brilliant.

A Lamp With Millions Of Colors You Can Control Remotely - Gearbest Yeelight Review

Looking for a new type of light? Want something that can change to millions of colors by the mere touch of your fingers or from anywhere in your house remotely  on your smartphone? If you are in the market for a sleek, fun and versatile light, Yeelight may be great for you.  Take a look and what I thought about the Yeelight.

Bike Nest Lifts Your Bike Like Using A Window Shade

If you have a bike, then you need some place to store it when you're not using it. There are tons of options when it comes to storing a bike--pulleys, hooks, electric bike hangers, etc. The Bike Nest is the convenient and easy option when it comes to bike storage.

The First Optical Microprocessing Chip Is A Breakthrough In Quantum Computing

Scientists at the University of Bristol have debuted new optical chip that could be to quantum computers what traditional microprocessors are to current computer technology: invaluable. Already the chip has been able to tackle typically year-long experiments in just a matter of hours. What else will it achieve?

What's Next For Quirky's Future? CEO Resigns

The World’s Least Important CEO has resigned and his company has blown $185 million they raised since forming in 2009. Yes, a dark cloud now looms over Quirky. What kinds of changes will Quirky make in order to survive? And what does it all mean for the inventor community?