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Foldable Keyboard is Portable And Hygienic

None Bacteria Project Keyboard aims to reduce spread of infection using portable keyboard. Flip it out anywhere to write an email on your iPhone, or to update your latest posts.

Doughnut To-Go Keeps Sweet Snacks Safe & Secure

Doughnut To-Go is a custom carrying case designed to hold a single doughnut in protective custody. It can even be locked, keeping your sweet snack safe from kids, co-workers and Homer Simpson. DOH!

Pick Up A DQ Blizzard Maker And Skip The Drive Thru

I am an absolute ice cream addict.  Image my delight when I saw that there is now a Dairy Queen Blizzard Maker on the market.  Oh how I would have loved to have had one of these as a kid!     

Griffin Powermate – The Art Of Being A Knob With A Twist

Sure, you can do things from your keyboard, but sometimes having a shiny metal knob is just cooler.

 

Cats, Dogs, & Laser Toys

I've written a lot of blogs about pet toys, including one I update every year called the 19+ Best Interactive Pet Gifts, but I don't write a lot about laser toys.  There's a reason for that, and with the holidays soon upon us, I want to share my thoughts about buying laser toys as pet gifts.

Bees Solve Complicated Math Problem Faster Than Computers

The "Traveling Salesman Problem" is a complex mathematical problem that involves finding the shortest route to all destinations in the shortest amount of time.  A computer is tied up for days figuring out the solution, but not so for bumble bees! 

A Robot With Coffee-Balloon Vacuum Hands – The Future Is Upon Us!

You’d think that was a typo, but not so much. Scientists from Cornell, the University of Chicago and iRobot have created human-analogue hands using nothing but coffee grounds, party balloons and a vacuum pump.


Strollometer Helps New Moms Regain Their Pre-Pregnancy Shape

With all of the magazine covers featuring celebs who have given birth only weeks before and are now back in bikini shape, there is a lot of pressure on new moms to get back to their pre-pregnancy form.  However, if you have tried to get back your pre-bump bod and have not seen the results you were hoping for or cannot seem to keep yourself motivated then there is a new gadget that may help.   

8 Philips Products Receive 2010 Industrial Design Awards

This year, six of Philips' eight Good Industrial Designs just happen to make great holiday gifts, if they can be found for sale. Most of them are so new, that they haven't reached all of Philips many markets. But if you know an infant, a mother, an elderly person, someone who loves to cook, watch TV, or needs motivation to exercise, you'll find a new gift here.

 

Picturing The iThought Around The Corner? Think Again!

Researchers at the University of California have made progress in the utilization of brain-controlled interfaces (BCIs) by getting subjects to picture what they wanted.