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2010's Disruptive Technologies At Odds: Ipad vs WikiLeaks

The game-changing technology of the iPad and WikiLeaks fast became part of the world zeitgeist this year. Under normal circumstances disruptive technology is a stand-alone innovation setting a new path for technology that went before. If iPad disrupted the laptop and eReader industries, and WikiLeaks was a political game-changer in the world of journalism - how did they cross paths to motivate one to reject the other?

Light Up Your Wheels With The Tron Skatecycle

A unique piece of sports gear dedicated to the next big blockbuster, the Tron-inspired Skatecycle is a geeky but stylish way of wheeling down the block.

Color Your Own iPhone Case: Funky Fashion For Your Favorite Gadget

Customizable fashions are some of the most fun items out there, and these days, our iPhones have become our favorite fashion accessories so it only makes sense that we would dress them up just as we try to dress ourselves and allow them to reflect our personalities.

Boon's Glo Nightlight Is Part Toy, Part Soothing Light Source

For parents of babies and toddlers, there is not much better than an infant product that can multi-task.  When you have a house full of baby gear it is great to find an item that serves more than one purpose.  Boon’s Glo Nightlight, which is set to hit the market in the spring of 2011, is a toy and soothing light source in one.

Syma S107 Helicopter – Flight Goes Palm-Sized

The Syma S107 helicopter delivers stable, indoor flying fun in the palm of your child’s hand – for under $50!


Pi4-Workerbot Lends Hands To Assembly Lines

From German future designer Fraunhofer comes the Pi4-Workerbot, designed to supplement assembly line production with two hands, fingertip sensitivity and the ability to look bored. 

The Password Vault: More Stuff You Don't Have To Remember

Albert Einstein rhetorically questioned, "Why should I remember anything when I can just look it up?" Now there was a man after my own heart. And here is a gadget after my own heart too: the Password Vault.

That's Not A Knife, This Is A Knife!! Credit Card With Big Blade

An intriguing take on the pocket knife, this knife packs thin and light and transforms into a stainless steel utility knife.

As Seen On TV: The Magic Jack - Product Review

We've all seen the commercial for the Magic Jack--an inexpensive USB device that can be used to make telephone calls via the Internet.  But does it work?

Prosthetic Arm Biomimics The Arms Of An Octopus

Kaylene Kau, a recent graduate from the industrial design department at the University of Washington was challenged by a professor to 'push the boundaries of prosthetic design.'  So she did, and here, inspired by the fluid movements of an octopus's arms, is her multi-jointed Prosthetic Arm.