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Understanding The Pendulum Method: Intel’s Tick Tock Strategy

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.

Gadget-Charging Bicycle Makes Efficient Use Of Your Pedal Power

A bicycle that charges up your electronics with eco-friendly leg power. All it's missing is a bamboo frame and organic-wool-filled seat.

HTC Slim Concept Combines Style And Business Savvy

Designer Sylvain Gerber has created a new prototype phone for HTC - the Slim - intended to meld the needs of business with the style of the streets.

Free Your Mind - A Computer That Reads Your Mind, But Only The Good Bits

One day soon, it may be possible for a computer to read your mind, and determine which thoughts are worth reading.

Donut Hole Maker Creates Fast, Fresh and Non-Fried Morsels In Minutes

I previously reported on a countertop cupcake maker and on an individual pie maker.  The newest device of this sort that I have come across is a Donut Hole Maker by Nostalgia Electrics.  This baby allows you to whip up seven tasty little morsels of donutty goodness at a time.

Cluster+ Equals Lots Of Lighting Fun For Puzzlers

The German lighting design company, Benwirth Licht, has come up with a clever, modular design, which can make you unsure whether you're looking at a lighting design or at a stove top with all its burners on.

 

Amplifier Makes Voices Louder AND Clearer For Hearing Impaired

Presbycusis, or age-related hearing loss, affects two aspects of hearing; volume and clarity.  Amplification provided by a hearing aid increases the volume of all sounds, but the sounds that benefit most from amplification are vowel sounds.  Consonant sounds also become louder, but not necessarily more clear.

 

MET Electric Car Great Concept For Singles - Might Highlight Your Crippling Depression

The MET "single-person family" vehicle is intended to be both energy and space efficient and also reminds you hey - guess what - you're all alone!

New Forensics Tool May Re-Open Many Cold Cases: CERA

Prior to now, it has been almost impossible to track latent prints from discharged cartridge cases.   But a new invention in the field of forensics technology was unveiled last week  that will send uncaptured criminals scrambling, for it has the technology to reveal fingerprints on spent bullet cartridges.

 


Thinking About Driving? Careful! - Driving With Your Mind

A German research team has developed a car that can be driven by the mind.