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TrackR Is The Little Dongle To Locate Lost Items

One of the worst feelings in the world is losing your wallet or keys. You immediately begin to retrace your steps desperately trying to find your lost item. Trackr hopes to alleviate some of this stress by giving users a simple GPS tracking device that will help you recover your lost or stolen items.

Get A Basketball, Coach And Data Analyst With Smart Sensor Basketball

Smart technology isn't just for the computer geeks anymore. The 94Fifty Smart Sensor Basketball brings smart technology to the court. This Smart Basketball makes it easier for players to practice with purpose, instantly measuring different aspects of the players' offensive games. It also doubles as a coach, giving drills and feedback.

Need This New Invention? A Cup Holder For Your Umbrella

Whether you call them umbrellas, brollies, or bumbershoots, this canopy to protect us from the rain has one significant problem -- it uses up one of our hands. This means that you have to choose between holding on to your cuppa joe or your cell phone, or your glass of beer and your sweetie's hand. Worry not! The answer is on the way! It is called Morella and it is a cup holder that attaches to the handle of your umbrella.

Razer Unveils Two New Ultra-Thin Laptops In The "Blade" Line

Razer - known for its gaming hardware and peripherals - today announced two new versions of their ultra-thin Razer Blade Laptops, bringing to the table better displays, enhanced apps, and overall better computing performance. They're pricy, but if you're into portability, it just might be a worthwhile purchase.

Happy Birthday World Wide Web: The Gift That Keeps On Giving, Until It Doesn't?

We have Tim Berners-Lee to thank for the World Wide Web - an accessible bank of knowledge that's hyperlinked content across the globe bestowing upon "us mere mortals a real chance to learn as much as our brains can store." And guess what? He did it all before digital monetization. . .

Carbon Gives You Charging Power On Your Wrist

We rely on phones now more than ever. Not just for conversing, but for emails, GPS, and beating your high score on the late Flappy Bird. How many times have you found yourself at 5% battery on your phone, and no where close to a charger? Carbon introduces a wrist unit that can charge your phone and other mobile accessories.

Translucent Concrete: Scientific Marvel and Brilliant Innovation

Translucent concrete is a wondrous creation that sprang from the brilliant mind of Hungarian architect, Aron Losonczi. It represents a new frontier in architectural construction, design, innovation and beauty. Read on for more information on this fascinating subject.

Glass Brain Device Lets You Literally See What You're Thinking

Developed by a team of neuroscience Ph.Ds., artists, and computer programmers, Glass Brain is a revolutionary way to take a peek inside your own head, and look directly at your thoughts.

Inside The Samsung Gear 2, Gear Fit, And S5

Samsung recently revealed two new, "hands on", videos for their upcoming products to give users an in-depth look at their newest technology.  The Gear 2 and Gear Fit are the latest in wearable technology, and are crammed with so many features that it seems almost unbelievable -- while the Galaxy S5 is bringing up the rear with latest innovations in smart phone technology. 

Immersive Virtual Robotics Will Soon Allow Us To Directly Control Robotic Behemoths

Turns out, the answer to the myriad safety concerns surrounding massive industrial robots is virtual reality. Johns Hopkins Computational and Interactove Robotics Lab has developed an Immersive Virtual Robotics Environment that allows workers to directly interact with and control robots.