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by Richard Whelchel
With a handful of DIY remedies and a large amount of costly options, taking your tunes on the go --or even in the shower -- are limited, until now. With The All Purpose Bluetooth Speaker by Abco Tech, you can get an all-in-one convenient, Bluetooth speaker system that is both portable and highly audible, all at a pretty decent price.
by Ellen Dudley
Collectible. Collectible. Wearable. Customizable. Electronic. These buzz word describe the latest in wearable bracelets: the Nex Band. This next generation charm bracelet comes with an initial set of modular components (mods) that include a microcontroller, a vibration motor, a low-energy Bluetooth radio and a battery that can last for 2-4 days, depending on how much you use it.
by Must Love Gadgets
Doormats get a bad rap. They take all the dirt we can wipe off on them, withstand tremendous weight, let our dogs urinate on them. And when doormats get very dirty or very old, their owners don't even bother to clean them; they throw them away and lay new ones out. But a South Carolinian inventor, Andrew Clark, has created a doormat you won't want to throw away... because it's very very smart.
by Samantha Pankey
Crashes happen, and sometimes can leave a person incapacated, unable to reach help. That's where the ICEdot Crash Sensor comes in. This sensor can detect impact and contact help in cases on emergency. In short, it can save your life.
Researchers at Washingon State University have touched on a very fascinating way to improve machine learning and artificial intelligence: by having said machines teach each other to play video games. No, that isn't an April Fools' Joke: it's a legitimate scientific study.
by Alicia Zuberbier
The Lumo Lift is little, but it does a lot to better your posture. The small clasp attaches to your collar near the shoulder and lets you know when you need to straighten up. It's time to bling out those shirts instead of being scolded by our mothers for slouching. Check out the details on how it works...
by Samantha Pankey
Grill some hot dogs while charging your smartphone. Brew coffee and read your Kindle without worrying about the battery dying. With the BioLite CampStove, these things are possible. The CampStove burns wood and, through a thermoelectric generator, sends power to a USB port.
by M Dee Dubroff
The driverless car hovers in our midst as the vehicle of tomorrow. What are the implications, however, when the driver's attention doesn't have to be focused on the road? Technology has developed some amazing diversions to help riders pass the time. Read on for more about this most interesting phenomenon.
by Boomer Babe
One thing boomers learn fast: Medicare and other insurance plans don't pay for hearing aids. And those buggers can cost up to $4,000 - $5,000 a pair. There's perhaps no one who knows these facts better than the man who invented the Lyric hearing aid, which, on a subscription basis, cost that much per pair per year! Now, that man, Adnan Shannib, has invented iHear, the hearing aid for the 99 percent of us who would love to hear, but can't afford those Lyric prices. It's the iHear, and wait 'til you see what's different about these hearing aids!
by Rey M.L.
Intel is rather serious about making a mark in the slate PC market. Serious enough, in fact, that it will soon augment its lineup of Atom processors with nine or so new ones. Even the partial specs list we've gotten a hold of is confusing, so allow me to untangle it for you.