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by Ron Callari
For as long as I have been reporting on Foursquare, I like others have been impressed by their partnership deals with TV shows, newspapers, venues and brands. Their check-in model was emulated by competitors as small as one-off app developers and as large as Facebook Places. However, in all that time, Foursquare's use cases have been unsuccessful in showing significant ROIs for the merchants and brands they are aligned with...
by Gadgetry Inc
The Magellan RoadMate 9055 has been released for some time now, but this gadget is definitely worth a second look. This 7-inch device might just be the one thing you need to make sure that your days of getting lost on the road are over.
by Boomer Babe
Have you ever had hot stone therapy and Shiatsu massage at the same time? Have you ever had both of them all over your body at the same time? Customized?
Windows are wonderful inventions. They let you see what's going on outside, brighten up your rooms with natural light, make your rooms warmer or colder depending upon the outdoor temperature, and even let you hear the street traffic or, sometimes, your next door neighbors' conversations. You don't want that?
by The Toymaster
The British Toy and Hobby association has released its list of great toys for the 2011 year and one of their top picks under the "creative" category is the Great Gizoms Solar Rover robot. Time for some Sun n' Fun!
by Kim Patterson
A new program called Green Goose may offer just the incentive that many people need to get back on track with their health goals and household routine. The system, which is currently in beta, comes with several sensors to monitor different activities such as flossing, going for walks, taking vitamins, drinking water, etc. and plays out kind of like a video game.
by Gloria Campos
I think a man in uniform is captivating. A man in uniform, who can make toys out of found items and then uses them to inspire people is amazingly captivating! This is exactly what Private First Class Rupert Valero does and so he is.
by Doug Bonderud
From toy and gadget maker Perpetual Kid comes the Cool Gamer Calculator, also known as the X-Cool, an attempt to combine video games and math in a hand-held, portable option.
It's always handy to have a copy of the table of elements wherever you go because you never know when you might need it. Okay, that may not be necessarily true, but The Elementals sure makes looking at the old table easy on the eyes.