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Ramos Alarm Clock: Get Up Or Get Up!

Alarm clocks are a pain in the butt. No one wants to get up in the morning, or they wouldn't need an alarm clock, would they?  That's why we all have snooze buttons on our alarm clocks, because we need one more chance to be late. Ineffective as snooze alarms are for many, engineer Paul Sammut has created a new version of the alarm clock, one that never shuts up!

KDDI's Concept IIDA Smartphone Features a Manual Analog Clock

Look Ma, hands! Japan's KDDI is showcasing a curiously retro smartphone that's a real blast from the past. The phone's bezel features a manually-wound analog clock, thus creating a fusion of elegance and technology.

The Split Stick – Two USB Flash Drives In One!

With two flash drives shoehorned into a single USB key, the Split Stick reduces the number of drives hanging on our lanyards while keeping personal and professional data conveniently separate.


Japanese Robot Rings Redefine the Face Palm

A bizarre set of robotic rings developed by Japanese researchers puts the concept of wearable robots in – actually, “on” – the palm of your hand. Consisting of spherical, movable, electrically-powered eyes and mouth, the rings could someday enhance communication through non-verbal means.

Lenovo's IdeaTab S2109 Android Tablet Unveiled

Lenovo's Youtube channel has unveiled the company's upcoming tablet, loaded with Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” and a few other interesting features.

Melty Chocolate USB Lamp Pours Out Calorie-free Illumination

Hot chocolate just got hotter... and lighter, too! The Melty Chocolate USB Sweets Light pours out warm, comforting, calorie-free light while avoiding what would appear to be a sticky mess in the making.

An Old Simple Gadget Made New By Biomimicry

The thumbtack, or 'drawing pin' as it was first named by the British, was invented more than a century ago.  It  is so simply designed, it's hard to think of how it could be improved... unless you happen to stick a few fingers into a box of these pins to try to pick one out just one from the pack. Ouch! 

 

Consumer Gadgets I Never Thought I'd See: Hearing Aid Vacuums!

No longer just in the realm of professional hearing aid dealers, I suppose, two new devices intended for hearing aid users guarantee to clean 'em out and improve the performance of your hearing aids at a more affordable cost than the professional models.  These two items intended for home hearing aid cleaning are both made by Serene: the Re-New Hearing Aid Dryer and Freshener and the Re-New Deluxe Hearing Aid Vacuum.

Microsoft Planning “Xbox Lite” Alongside Xbox 360 Replacement?

Along with all of the other rumors surrounding next-gen game consoles comes a hint that Microsoft is planning a smaller, cheaper Xbox for 2013's holiday season.

Toilet Brush Designed with Input from 200 Housewives Rates a Royal Flush

The “Brand New Toilet Brush” from Marna is designed to eliminate everything you hate about toilet brushes and improve upon every possible function. If it were a hand in a high stakes poker game, this new standard in toilet brushes would be a royal flush.