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Scubus S: Underwater Communications, Video Recording And HUD In A Diving Mask

Designed to make diving safer and more entertaining, the Scubus S integrates underwater communication, video recording and heads-up display into a diving mask. With the Scubus S you can communicate with your fellow divers while recording the memories.

15 Weird Baby Product Trends That Are Actually Brilliant

When it comes to baby and children's products almost anything goes.  While many of the items in this list might have you shaking your head, they're actually cherished by many parents.  Here are 15 weird yet trendy baby products that are actually brilliant.

A Lamp With Millions Of Colors You Can Control Remotely - Gearbest Yeelight Review

Looking for a new type of light? Want something that can change to millions of colors by the mere touch of your fingers or from anywhere in your house remotely  on your smartphone? If you are in the market for a sleek, fun and versatile light, Yeelight may be great for you.  Take a look and what I thought about the Yeelight.

Bike Nest Lifts Your Bike Like Using A Window Shade

If you have a bike, then you need some place to store it when you're not using it. There are tons of options when it comes to storing a bike--pulleys, hooks, electric bike hangers, etc. The Bike Nest is the convenient and easy option when it comes to bike storage.

The First Optical Microprocessing Chip Is A Breakthrough In Quantum Computing

Scientists at the University of Bristol have debuted new optical chip that could be to quantum computers what traditional microprocessors are to current computer technology: invaluable. Already the chip has been able to tackle typically year-long experiments in just a matter of hours. What else will it achieve?

What's Next For Quirky's Future? CEO Resigns

The World’s Least Important CEO has resigned and his company has blown $185 million they raised since forming in 2009. Yes, a dark cloud now looms over Quirky. What kinds of changes will Quirky make in order to survive? And what does it all mean for the inventor community?

Cruise On The ET Scooter Then Fold It Up When You're Done

Commuting on a bike or scooter is always better than walking. You get to your destination quicker and with less effort. The problem with this is that you always have to find some place to secure the vehicle. With the ET Scooter, you can just fold it up and go.

Motorola Hint Is A Tiny Discreet Bluetooth Headset Worth Checking Out

Ok, let's just get this out of the way, traditional Bluetooth headset are ugly and, like, so 2005. Disregard the fact that they are extremely helpful and convenient, you couldn't wear one without looking like a wanna-be secret agent.  Thankfully, companies have realized this and are coming out with better designs. Motorola is one of those companies and has recently released a stylish and very discreet BT headset called, appropriately, the Hint.

Haute Couture Joins Wearable Tech: Designer Purse Can Charges Smart Phones

Few names have been more enduring in the world of iconic fashion than Diane von Furstenburg. Read on to learn more about her fusion with wearable tech as demonstrated by her creation of a purse that can charge a smart phone.

Transform Your Smartphone Into a 3D Hologram Projector

It's 2015, and honestly, I expected things to be more futuristic. You've let me down, earth. Flying cars, sentient robots, you know, those kind of things. Well, sadly, we're just not there yet, but thanks to this incredibly easy phone hack you can have one futuristic thing today, 3d holograms projecting from your phone.