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by Josiah Motley
Ever said to yourself, "You know what my bedroom needs? An outrageously priced music box that looks strangely similar to the Star Trek Enterprise, but isn't actually the Star Trek Enterprise? And I need it to play snippets from the Star Trek AND Star Wars theme songs?" Oh, you have? Well, aren't you in luck, the MB&F MusicMachine 2 was made just for you!
by Samantha Pankey
Seriously, don't skip leg day. If you're any kind of gym goer or fitness freak, you don't want to be the guy with the great arms and chicken legs. That's where Calf Fit comes in. If you're looking for impressive calves, or you want to improve your leg strength, this may be the in-home fitness product for you.
by M Dee Dubroff
Harvard graduate, Grace Choi, has invented a 3-D prototype printer called Mink that enables users to print any form of makeup right from their home. Read on to learn more about this amazing wearable tech innovation.
by Rey M.L.
Despite being barely larger than its own AC adapter, Zotac's latest Zbox system nonetheless runs Windows 8.1 and boasts a respectable array of features.
by Steve Levenstein
The Retro 2 Con Famicom Earphone Mic from Datel Japan evokes the Eighties 8-bit era and Nintendo's groundbreaking Famicom without sacrificing the high-tech conveniences we've all come to know and love.
by Laurie Kay Olson
Many children need a night light to help them sleep and there are many different kinds of night lights available out there. However, few are as amazing and charming as the Uncle Milton Rainbow In My Room light. At the touch of a button the ethereal beauty of a rainbow is projected across your child's bedroom. It is a great way to keep all of the monsters away and bring the unicorns in to stay.
by Ron Callari
Still thinking Augmented Reality (AR) is a fad at worst or science fiction at best? Is it just a passing distraction-dujour for teen gamers, before they move onto the next new shiny thing? Or is truly disruptive technology that’s on the cusp of enhancing our every day lives?
by Laurie Kay Olson
There are times when you really need somewhere comfortable to rest your head or some cushioning to sit on and all you have with you is your backpack. It can be pretty lumpy as a pillow and not a very comfy seat. One company is planning to change that with their new invention -- the Windcatcher Air Pakk -- a self-inflating backpack that can become a place to rest your weary bones while you are on the run.
by Amber Leventry
Part nightlight. Part flashlight. All super cute. This woodland creature can keep your child company while winding down with a book before bed and guide their way to the bathroom in the middle of the night. It can also be placed on a bedside table to create a glow bright enough to keep the boogie man away but soft enough to drift off to sleep. It’s no wonder the Light My Way Nightlight by Munchkin is the #1 best seller on Amazon for nightlights.
by Ron Callari
In the new TV show drama, “MANH(A)TTAN (a fictional accounting of the Manhattan Project’s lead-up to the Atom Bomb), Liza Winter, one of the scientist’s wives notes that in 1943, out of “75 sovereign states in existence in the world (at the time), 61 of them were at war.”