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by T Goodman
About 25 percent of mothers develop hemorrhoids as a direct result of vaginal births. This week a patented device called Hem-Avert® Perianal Stabilizer was approved for use during labor and vaginal childbirth by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Test results indicate that the device does what it claims to do....
by Chris Weiss
Bored and surrounded by snow, one quirky Russian inventor has made a new way of skiing. It involves a lawn mower motor, spare paraglider parts, a giant fan and a bunch of praying.
If you've seen really high quality audio and visual technology dressed in slick, sleek, tomorrow design, then you have an idea of what Ashcraft Design is about. From high end speaker systems enrobed in modern mahogany to polished steel video encasements, Ashcraft Design is what catches your eye, not your ear.
by Doug Bonderud
Getting AA batteries out of common household devices can be a real pain in the AAss. Now, with the Seesaw battey concept from Young Suk Kin, the scales may have tipped in your favor.
by Ron Callari
Was it any wonder, with 'The Social Network' movie nominated for 'best picture,' that social media would come center stage at the 83rd Academy Awards? At the Kodak Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, February 27, big brands are attaching themselves to celebs and are capitalizing on their Facebook and Twitter pages to hype activities leading up to and at the event.
by The Toymaster
In another round of Twilight Zone-inspired merchandise comes the "Mystic Seer" from the classic episode "Nick of Time." We're pretty sure it's telling you to go check it out.
by Doug Bonderud
With eco-friendly everything on the rise, designer Denis Kalinin has created the Rotator MP3 player, a clever way to have your music and charge it too.
by Steve Levenstein
Joseph Tame is taking social media to the streets – literally – with something he likes to call 'iRun'. Tame intends to wear the 'World's Most Advanced Mobile Social Media Studio' on February 27, 2011, when he stands on the starting line of the Tokyo marathon. I just have one question... Is it safe?
by Kim Patterson
There are people who are absolutely terrified of visiting the dentist and all that that entails. Luckily for all of us with dentist fears there may be some help on the way. Some London researchers have developed a device that cancels out the sound of a dentist’s drill.
by Tech Light
Intel's had a very interesting idea in practise for the last few years, known as the "Tick Tock" method. For those who don't know a lot about computers, their explanation of it is...hazy, at best. No worries, though- it'll be explained, in full, so even someone who's not in computer science can understand.