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Over-The-Air Updates...For Cars?

Get out from under the chassis and onto the computer! Cars of the future may be capable of changing driving settings and adding functions by way of over-the-air software updates.

iWallet Bills Itself As High-Tech Way To Keep Your Money From Going Missing

New from the iWallet corporation is - you guessed it from the name - the iWallet! Playing off of the popular "i" trend, the company has created what it says is a remarkably secure update to the standard wallet concept.


Never Miss A Thing with the Sony Ericsson LiveView

It looks like an iPod Nano. It's as small as an iPod Nano. It's certainly as light as an iPod Nano. But it's not something that's made by Apple. It's actually the Sony Ericsson LiveView and it sure packs a mean punch considering its tiny size.

Toepener Lets You Avoid The Bathroom Door Handle

I don’t know about you, but I despise using public washrooms.   It makes me cringe thinking about all of the non-hand-washers who have touched the door on the way out, leaving behind who knows what.  The Toepener is a handle that fastens to the bottom of a door and allows people to open the door with their feet.  

Jet-Powered Skiing Takes It To The Next Level

Strap a rocket to your back, skis to your feet and go where the fuel takes you. What could possibly go wrong?

Pure Luxury: Bringing Postmoden Art to PCs

Let's face it, if you want to build a gaming computer, how it looks is almost as important as how it runs. I mean, who's going to want a superpowered rig if it burns the eyes just to look at it? The guys and gals over at PurePC and Darwin Machine understand this, and they've put a rather...interesting spin on things.

iPhone Cases From Recycled Skateboards

Carry your skateboard on your phone--or maybe your phone on your skateboard. You may not be able to ollie it anymore, but it sure looks cool.

Water Shooting Remote Controlled Car Goes From Zero To Awesome In Eight Ounces

What's better than a remote controlled car with a turbo boost? One that can shoot water on enemies up to 15 feet away! Enter the Water Shooting Remote Controlled Car and run other cars, run from its majesty!

Soothing The Savage Beast - The Role Of Comforting Robot Nurses

Robotic nurses are coming soon to a hospital near you, but how we will as humankind react to these marvels of medical technology and respond to the touch of our robotic responders?

No More Tweetdeck, TwitPic, Twitter Apps Doing Their Own Shtick?

While it's not a certainty, but the life expectancy of most of Twitter's 3rd party clients may be short-lived, based on Twitter's recent moratorium on new API builds by developers. Ryan Sarver, director of platform published an official decree stating that when "developers ask us if they should build client apps that mimic or reproduce the mainstream Twitter consumer experience. The answer is no."