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So, Will the Perfect Bacon Bowl Provide Deliciousness? Let's Find Out!

I love bacon.  I don't mean just "love".  I mean I love it as much as I love cheese.  If cheese and bacon were to get into a fight I would jump in to mediate because I wouldn't want either of them hurt.  I would encourage peace amongst dairy and pork products and usher a new era a prosperity and, yes... love.  Then I would eat them both.  But, I digress.  The idea of the Perfect Bacon Bowl is intriging.  But does it deliver deliciousness?

Scientists Are Now Testing An Internet Made For Robots: RoboEarth

I've got three words for you, ladies and gentlemen: robotic hive mind. That's what scientists at Eindhoven University have spent the last four years creating; an invention they refer to as "RoboEarth," a "world wide web for robots."

Chinese Tourists May Soon Set Out For The Final Frontier

When you have all the money in the world, what is there left to do? Go into space, apparently. A Netherlands-based tourism firm by the name of Space Exploration Corporation today signed a deal with Dexo Travel which will see it taking rich tourists into space at a premium.

EA Finally Admits That Always-On DRM Doesn't Work With SimCity

When SimCity first launched, it came with DRM that effectively crippled the game. Things only got worse when it came to light that this wasn't even necessary - and now EA is finally admitting as much. Today, they announced that they're finally bringing offline single-player to SimCity.

Meet Your New Home Medical Laboratory: Scanadu

The ease of access to medical information has increased our health IQs greatly from pre-Internet days. But if doctors aren't exasperated with their know-it-all patients just yet, a Silicon Valley startup called Scanadu is about to change the practice of medicine altogether with smart gadgets that give you the tools to test and analyze your own vitals and body fluids.  And you don't need a prescription, or a fortune, to buy them!  

Bibliotech: World's First Bookless Library

When you think about paying a visit to a library, you think about shelves upon shelves of books, a library catalog, and sometimes even a male or female librarian dressed in tweed and glasses so nerdy that they're the coolest fashion statements ever. What you do not expect to find is a business that is chock full of emptiness. But that's exactly what the world's newest library offers to patrons.

KJB Security Camera Lens Cup Has an Eye on You... And a Cup a' Joe.

Well, okay... it's not a real lens.  But if you are into photography, you may want to check out this clever coffee mug.  And it also has a coaster for cookies!

Zackees Turn Signal Gloves Are A Bright Biking Idea

Bicycle riders rejoice, Zackees Turn Signal Gloves put safety in the palms of your hands! This new direction in two-wheeled security allows bike-riders to speak the language of the cars and trucks they share the roads with.

How Many Times Have You Checked Your Phone Today?

Mother is a device by Sen.se launched at 2014 International CES, that turns objects into smart and understanding things that enrich your life. She comes with Motion Cookie sensors to attach to your toothbrush, your keys, your shoes, your pill bottle, or your child - anything that you want to monitor throughout the day using temperature, geolocation and accelerometer capabilities, even your phone. How many times do you check yours per day?

Video Game Consoles Are Now Legal In China; That Doesn't Mean Much Yet

Last September, the Chinese government announced plans to lift a long-standing ban on foreign video game consoles. Good news, everyone: today, they've finally realized those plans. Well...at least for a little while. And there are a few strings attached.