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by Chris Weiss
It's huge. It's expensive. It's an entirely new type of unicycle.
by Myra Per-Lee
What? Cool, ergonomic, sustainable, and comfortable? Could they be crutches?
by Doug Bonderud
As created bio-technologies become more robust, researchers like Zhenan Bao are pushing the artificial envelope with what she hopes will become “super skin”.
by Product For Profit
If you’re new to the game of selling to major retailers, then you’re probably wondering how their buying processes work. It’s a question that comes up all of the time in my workshops and classes. And this important topic rarely gets discussed, so I thought I’d take a minute to review!
by The Toymaster
New from design company Modular Robotics are Cubelets – a toy that combines the function of robots and the simple fun of building blocks.
by Doug Bonderud
As our computer use continues to increase, its important that users have a viable and comfortable way to get around our desktops, and the Mus3 Mouse is poised and pointed to change that.
by Ron Callari
Watson may not know that Toronto isn't located in Canada, but Retrevo has designed similar artificial intelligence to analyze more than 50 million real-time data points to provide shoppers with the most comprehensive, unbiased information regarding what consumer electronics to purchase. In an interview I conducted with Aditya Vailaya, Retrevo's chief scientist, we gain insight as to how AI is being used in this field.
by Tech Light
One can't argue that the gaming industry has produced its fair share of innovative products. Video games have changed a lot since the days of pong - the technological advances on this list are among the chief innovations that have propelled us from Pac Man to Crysis, and beyond.
by T Goodman
About 25 percent of mothers develop hemorrhoids as a direct result of vaginal births. This week a patented device called Hem-Avert® Perianal Stabilizer was approved for use during labor and vaginal childbirth by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Test results indicate that the device does what it claims to do....