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SilverStone ECM20 PCIe Card Adds M.2 SSD Support To Your PC

More and more solid-state drives are showing up in the new M.2 "gumstick" format, and SilverStone has an answer for those whose PCs lack the right slots. The ECM20 is an add-on card that supports both SATA and PCIe-specific M.2 SSDs, but check if your motherboard can properly support it first.

Art-Inspired Solar Cells Track The Sun

Unsurprisingly, solar panels that can track the sun as it arcs across the sky show much higher efficiencies than those fixed at a given angle; on the order of 40%. However, for standard home installations, the energy expended to rotate the heavy panels counteracts the potential gains. Scientists this week report that cells based on the Japanese art of kirigami are able to circumvent this problem. Read on to find out how an old art-form is being used for thoroughly modern technology.

EXO Is A Foldable Electric Skateboard

More and more, we're seeing motorized versions of the wheeled "toys" we enjoyed as children, like bikes, scooters and skateboards. The EXO Foldable E-Board is a conceptual motorized version of the skateboard, and it redefines the design of the skateboard.

Make Your Own Bread With The T-Fal Actibread

There's something rewarding about making your own food. Yes, the instant gratification of just ordering out is nice, but there is something to be said about using your own hands and ingredients to make a meal. The same goes for bread. Buying it from the store is fast and easy, but warm, fresh bread made in your own kitchen? Sign me up, because that's where the T-Fal Actibread comes in.

Asus' USB 3.1 UPD Panel Gives You Dual Type-C USB Ports

Got a newer motherboard with a SATA Express connector? Tired of waiting for SSDs that use it? Check out the Asus USB 3.1 UPD Panel, which adds two of the newfangled, reversible Type-C USB ports to the front of your case. Plus, you're not out of luck if your case doesn't have a spare 5.25" bay to mount the thing...

Check Out This 6” 4K-Resolution AMOLED Screen

The 4K UHD format is big with TVs currently, offering a whopping 3840x2160 pixels of room for supported high-def video content. That said, Everdisplay Optronics have managed to cram that many pixels onto a tiny 6" display. While you may think these are meant for the latest smartphones, that's actually not the case.

Easy And Elegant Way To Double Your Phone Battery Life: 1byone Phone Case Charger Review

If you don't want to carry around a bulky phone charger, there is a nice solution to simply living with a dead and useless phone. You can use a phone case charger.  If you have an iPhone, I recommend the Phone Case Charger by ibyone. Here's why...

Smash Wristband Helps You Improve Your Tennis Game

Whether you're aspiring to be the next Serena Williams, or you just want to beat the neighbors in a friendly game of doubles at the local recreation center, Smash Wristband can help you to your goals. This little wristband uses sophisticated technology to help improve your tennis swing.

Epson EcoTank Printers Drop Ink Cartridges For Ink Tanks

It's really about time: Epson's latest lineup of consumer and business all-in-ones ape the ink systems of large-format printers, snubbing disposable ink cartridges for user-refillable ink tanks. Not only are these much cheaper to refill than your average set of ink cartridges, but they apparently last much longer before you need to top up.

How About This Concept? Ground Wakeboard Is A Hover Board Powered By A Fuel Cell Car

Don't get too excited. This concept hasn't quite manifested physically. However, designer Ken Nagasaka has come up with something unique in the Ground Wakeboard--a concept that would pair a fuel cell car with a hover board to create an "on-land" wakeboarding experience.