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No Junk In The Trunk - New Robotic Arm Never Forgets Its Elephant Lineage

 Brainchild of Germany company Festo and the Fraunhofer institute in Stuttgart is the Bionic Handling Assistant (BHA), which takes its cue from the supple movement of the trunk of an elephant.

2010 Video Game Roundup - Top 5 Must-haves For Christmas

The 2010 Christmas season is fast approaching, bringing with it some of the most sought-after video game titles of the year. Here are five can't miss choices for gamers.

Social Media Handles Baggage Handlers With Touchy-Feely iPods, Foursquare & Loopt

Location-based social networks have seized (pun intended) a contentious issue affecting travelers at airports this holiday season. Starting with the infamous "day before Thanksgiving" travel onslaught, both Loopt and Foursquare have found ways to relate to the we-rub-you-the-wrong-way security guards and their new frisk-first-ask-questions-later policies.

Make Your Own Fun Gifts With A Bath Bomb Maker

If you are a bit of a bath bomb junkie you may want to invest in your own Bath Bomb Maker from Japan Trend Shop instead.  This fun gadget allows you to craft your own spherical bombs in a few easy steps. 

Alarm Clock Strips You Of The Ability To Wake Up – Leaves Ability To Get It Up Intact

Sure, you could have a “regular” alarm clock, one that would buzz and whine to get you out of bed, or you could have one that sashays its way into your conscious. Let's have a big round of applause for the Pole Dancer alarm clock!

No Quarter Given To Diseases By New Biosensor

Boston University researchers have created a quarter-sized biosensor which can easily detect a wide variety of viruses in a matter of seconds.

 

Social Media Homeboy Wants Homepage Advantage

The blogosphere is cyberventilating once again with the recent news that Facebook is making a rather aggressive push to integrate with browsers to become your homepage. For years, Google has held that coveted honor by many of us - but in the ensuing war for the next decades' dominance of the Internet, Facebook appears to be storming the search giant's Bastille, sort of speak.

Are Your Dogs Laughing Their Tails Off?

One thing that hasn't come along in a long time is a novel leash, but this fuzzy little collar-hooker is not just a new leash, but a leash that's Laughing My Tail Off!

V.I.O. Action Cam Goes 1080p

Another camera that combines rugged, outdoor-specific build with full 1080p recording.

The 2010 Gadget Giftening Part 4 – Dalek Keychains, Now With 100% Less Extermination

Ah, Daleks. If you know Dr. Who, you know what we’re talking about. Even if you don’t, the Dalek LED keychain is still something worth putting your keys on.