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Inflatable Bike Helmet May Be The Best-Looking Helmet Yet

A new bicycle helmet design puts a helmet on your head only when you need it.

The HydraBob Scuba Scooter Isn't Nearly As Cool As It Sounds

Somehow the Hydrabob manages to make a big, clunky mockery out of one of the coolest devices out there.

Social Media's Shopping Deals Space Goes Ape With JungleCents

In an already crowded space that includes major players like Groupon, Woot, Gilt Groupe and RetailMeNot, JungleCents enters the field with an inverted affiliate scheme and seed money from billionaire Mark Cuban.

Enjoy Healthy Microwave Popcorn With A Catamount Popcorn Popper

Popcorn is such a comforting snack.  Sometimes there is just nothing better, and usually when you have a craving for it you do not want to wait.  The downside here is that microwave popcorn has a lot of bad stuff in it.  If you want a quick popcorn alternative that is far safer then you should check out Catamount Microwave Popcorn Poppers. 

Laptop? iPad? No Problem, The STM Revolution's Got You Covered

The average bicycle commuter has enough to worry about. The STM Revolution pack takes safely storing and transporting a computer, iPad and all accessories of his plate.

Landslide Warnings Get Down With The Sound

A new type of sub-surface, sonic detection system is making all the night noises when it comes to efficient landslide detection.

Apple Gets Presidential: Obama Signs The First iPad Into History

While iPads still don't support Adobe Flash - another Adobe product- the "Ideas App" appears to have received a presidential promotional push on October 21, when President signed the first iPad ever. Sylvester Cann IV came up with the idea to use the Idea App in such a fashion, and scored some major geeky street cred as a result.

Can Your Cell Phone Tell You When You're Sick?

Have you ever found yourself feeling horrible, only to go to the doctor, undergo a battery of tests and be told that there is nothing wrong?  Wouldn’t it be great if your body could be scanned and diagnosed much like your car?  It is feasible that this kind of diagnosis will soon be reality and without even having to visit the doctor’s office.

Invention Through The Eyes Of The Dean, On Planet Green

Dean Kamen, best known for the invention of the Segway personal transporter, will co-host an 8-part series on invention starting tomorrow, October 22, 2010, for Planet Green on the Discovery Channel.  The series, titled Dean of Invention, was named for and after Kamen, as he is now holds more than 400 patents himself.   Though inspiring for all, Dean of Invention is intended to inspire young persons to enter science and math so that they can be a part of shaping their own futures.

 


A Bone Bicycle For Green Ghouls And Goblins

Just in time for Halloween comes this skeletal bicycle design.