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If I were to tell you that you can get a complete, worldwide patent search conducted on your invention idea for $9.99, you would think I just swallowed a whole lot of advertising bull. I thought it was too good to be true too, so I went to the source, the company that owns and offers the ideaAPP for Apple and PC products, and asked the founder an irritating amount of questions. He answered.
A 19-year old electrical engineering student at the University of Queensland in Australia has created a levitating light bulb that is not an optical illusion. While it may not look too sexy in this photo, just wait until you see these LevLights floating around your ceiling in designer glass shades.
There I go! Can't find my keys again. Just when I think I'm ready to hop in the car for another day's commute, my car keys, mobile phone, wallet, purse, reading glasses, and/or sunglasses can't be found. Whoops, where did I leave my coffee thermos? read more »The disappearing act those slylies pull every day has been a source of needless frustration in my life, and I finally decided I had to stop them. I checked into several locating devices and found two locators I'd like to share with you, as each has appealing but different features for different needs... the FOFA® and the Loc8tor.
Supposedly finding another use for its dependable m4 technology, Crucial has released a number of inexpensive SSDs for those looking to bring a considerable speed-boost to older SATA II-based computers.
One adventure in gastronomy I have not enjoyed yet is eating an old family photo. The thought of it is actually not that appealing to me. But what is appealing is the idea of receiving an edible portrait of almost anything else, especially if it's chocolate.
Those with an overabundance of hard drives in their collections (*ahem*) may want to look at HighPoint's latest dock – featuring two USB 3.0 interface connections to eliminate bottlenecks.
O-rings. They're those small, looped elastomers that mechanics and photography hobbyists always seem to say they need when they're in the middle of some project. I was pretty much blown away by how useful these little buggers were, which led me to think about what the world would be like without o-rings--and let me just say, it wasn't pretty.