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Water Shooting Remote Controlled Car Goes From Zero To Awesome In Eight Ounces

What's better than a remote controlled car with a turbo boost? One that can shoot water on enemies up to 15 feet away! Enter the Water Shooting Remote Controlled Car and run other cars, run from its majesty!

Soothing The Savage Beast - The Role Of Comforting Robot Nurses

Robotic nurses are coming soon to a hospital near you, but how we will as humankind react to these marvels of medical technology and respond to the touch of our robotic responders?

No More Tweetdeck, TwitPic, Twitter Apps Doing Their Own Shtick?

While it's not a certainty, but the life expectancy of most of Twitter's 3rd party clients may be short-lived, based on Twitter's recent moratorium on new API builds by developers. Ryan Sarver, director of platform published an official decree stating that when "developers ask us if they should build client apps that mimic or reproduce the mainstream Twitter consumer experience. The answer is no."

O! That A Man Might Know - James May Wants Your Invention

James May wants to feature your invention on his TV show, Man Lab.

Google Launches Person Finder for Japan After Devastating Quake

The earthquake was massive and so were the tsunami waves that washed over Japan thereafter. The world is reeling in shock but moving quickly to send aid and assistance to Japan in their time of need. Just like it did in previous calamities, Google answers by launching the Person Finder for the 2011 Japan Earthquake.

We've Got The Power - Memory That Requires 100 Times Less Energy

New technology drastically reduces the energy needed to run mobile devices, allowing you to use them for longer.

The Best Microphone For The Job In DSLR Audio

If you are switching from photography to video, there is a lot to learn. Audio is an important part of video and there are many options for microphones, each with their own purpose.

The Touchpad: HP's Answer to the Ipad

Since the Ipad's release in April 2010, Apple's moved virtually millions of units.It kind of makes sense. Apple's garnered a very positive reputation in the market, and they didn't exactly have much competition for their new product. When they announced the Ipad 2, it seemed like last year would repeat itself over again.

 But then HP made an announcement of their own. 

4D City Skyline Puzzle Makes A Toy Of Out Of Time

Puzzles are great - and they're even better when they include the mystical 4th dimension. That's right, this puzzle of the New York skyline includes Time, and not just the time it's going to take to put it together.

Give Your iPhone a Vintage Look With This Retro iPhone Case

This '80s analog phone features a remarkable 960-by-640 resolution touchscreen and has a front camera that allows FaceTime video calling–now, wait a minute! This isn't some phone from the eighties because it's just the iPhone dressed up in some vintage threads! Now this is a creative case that can really age your phone up.