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Frozen Carbon Smoke – Aerogels Go Metal

Multiwalled carbon nanotube aerogels – also known as “frozen smoke” – are now being developed to detect pollutants in a variety of situations.

Jesus Tablet: Savior Of The News Industry? Or In Need Of A Resurrection?

Euphemistically called the "Jesus Tablet," Apple's iPad seemed to be the answer to ever newspaper man's dream, including Rupert Murdoch's. It was the first portable device with a large enough screen to make computing and reading convenient and expeditious. Apple finally produced a product that out-did the Kindle. Why wouldn't people pay for newspaper and magazine subscriptions with a tablet that was so handy?

Asus SonicMaster Music Box - A Tale Of Sound And Fury

Heralding the release of their new laptop, the SonicMaster, Asus has created the SonicMaster Music Box to show off the power of sound.

Cool Boomer... The Omhu Cane, A Walking Stick With Attitude!

I'm not rushing anything, but when I need a cane, I want an Omhu cane.  Not a plain ash, meld-into-the-background cane, but a bright, spirited, boomer cane that's right in your face.

Smartfish ErgoMotion™ Mouse & Keyboard: It's The Motion, Stupid!

Stupid.  That's what you say to yourself when you read about Smartfish's patented ErgoMotion technology. Then you say, 'Of course! It's so obvious that for designs to be really ergonomic, they have to move with your body.

 


Darth Vader Lego Alarm Clock - Forcing You Out Of Bed

From the makers of Lego comes a 9" tall Darth Vader alarm clock to - ahem - Force you out of bed.

Saving Energy Via Digital Power: Green Plug Presents the Green Power Processor

Green Plug's "Green Power Processor" (GPP) intends to save energy wasted by electronic devices by relying on digital power as opposed to analog.  According to PC World, technology used in this device could allow dormant devices to "relax their demand from the electrical grid or shut down automatically, thanks to intelligent power supplies."

Can Location-Based Social Media Be Taken Serious When It Goes "GTL"?

I know MTV's hit reality show "The Jersey Shore" is the network's highest rated show ever and has become a "guilty pleasure" of many who won't ever admit to watching it. I know the Foursquare team have become masters at TV-partnership marketing. But can the leading location-based social network be taken seriously by aligning itself with a pop-cultural phenomenon  that offers little to no redeeming value for today's geo-location discourse?

Acoustic Cloak Hides Objects In Plain Sound

Professor Nicholas Fang of the University of Illinois has created an acoustic cloak that hides objects from standard sonar waves - and it fits in the palm of his hand.

Squawk-Activated Computer Games For Parrots: Robots Provide Treats

Nothing surprises me about parrots.  They are the most uncanny, confounded creatures that ever brought endless joy, humor, and destruction to a home.  Very smart, very demanding, and very active, you need to keep them very busy, or they find a way to keep themselves busy... You want to avoid the latter.